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Having found a nice vector graphics for magic symbols, I wonder what the symbols on the second-to-last row are. I recognize tap, untap, infinite and half, and the last one as the earlier white, but what are the others?

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They are old versions of the tap symbol.

As it is explained in this article posted on Daily MTG, the symbol with the T is the tap symbol from Revised through Fallen Empires and the one with the rectangle is the tap symbol from 4th Edition through Scourge.

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Do you know what the ones are between the phyrexian mana at the end and 100? –  Gordon Gustafson Nov 14 '12 at 2:08
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@CrazyJugglerDrummer The first is the chaos symbol from the planechase dice‌​, and the half-mana symbols were on some Unhinged cards - Little Girl and Mons's Goblin Waiters‌​. –  Jefromi Nov 14 '12 at 3:05

1st row:

  • Colorless mana amounts (0..9)

2nd row:

  • Colorless mana amounts (10..19)

3rd row:

  • Colorless mana amounts (20)
  • Colorless variable mana amounts (X,Y,Z)
  • Colored mana symbols
  • Snow mana symbol (from the Ice Age block)

4th row:

  • Hybrids mana symbols

5th row:

  • Monocolored hybrid mana symbols
  • Phyrexian mana symbols (from the New Phyrexia set)

6th row:

7th row:

  • Colorless mana amount (from the Un- sets, e.g. Gleemax)
  • Colorless mana amount (from the Un- sets, e.g. Mox Lotus)
  • Chaos symbol (Used in Planechase games, e.g. Llanowar)
  • Colored fractional mana symbol (from the Un- sets, e.g. Little Girl)
  • Colored fractional mana symbol (from the Un- sets, e.g. Mons's Goblin Waiters)
  • Separator used in the power/toughness box of creatures
  • Phyrexian mana symbol (e.g. Rage Extractor)
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What's a card that has an untap cost? –  nornagon Nov 15 '12 at 3:01
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@nornagon, They're all in the Shadowmoor block. Added example to my answer. –  ikegami Nov 15 '12 at 3:05

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