I did some browsing yesterday through an online edition of Codex Alexandrinus at the artwork and titles at the end of each Gospel.
Mathew has the urn and concatenated line at the bottom (as in the title to Acts):
Mark has a framing line at the top and in the left margin:
Luke also has a framing line at the top and in the left margin with a wider and more intricate criss-cross design. The title is written horizontally rather than vertically (as in Matthew and Mark) and it has three leaf figures:
John's is the simplest, scrunched in at the end of the column. A tight stylized framing with the title written veritcally and a space between each word:
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