☛ The Manicule symbol (meaning Little Hand or Fist), commonly known as a pointer finger is a punctuation mark originating during the Renaissance period found in margins of manuscripts to mark corrections or notes.
Later is it was popularize by the printing press and in modern times was used in publications, advertising and used for directional signage.
Other names for the symbol include printer’s fist, bishop’s fist, digit, mutton-fist, hand, hand director, pointer, and pointing hand.
☛ ☛This manicule measures 6 by 11 inches
Hand printed on paper in oil based ink, mounted on wood and painted then fitted with hanging wire on the back – ready to hang!