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[Volapük logo]
by António Martins
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A lot of enthusiasm pumped this 1880 project to a very wide popularity during it’s first 10 years, but linguistic and social inconsistencies within set it’s fall and disappearence by the turn if the century. Currently Volapük is cultivated for fun by some enthusiasts, mostly esperantists. I don’t think they use any logo or badge.
António Martins, 05 Jun 1999


Rodríguez [rod97] shows a symbol consisting of a world map (two hemispheres) over a Mercury rod (with wings and snakes) and a plaque with the motto overall. This read "Menad bal, pük bal", meaning "One humanity, one language". (Some times a variation with dative and accusative is used instead "Menade bal, püki bal".)
António Martins, 05 Jun 1999

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