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Columba Livia posted a topic in Calligraphy Discussionshttp://i.imgur.com/tCa9GRr.jpg This book was published in 1695. The calligraphy was written by John Ayres and engraved by John Sturt (who taught George Bickham to engrave). The scans are on flickr here: http://preview.tinyurl.com/ow8zp7z A short biography of John Ayres may be found here: http://preview.tinyurl.com/qxuguuw You can download a .zip file with all the scans in here: https://mega.co.nz/#!mY9TzKwS!TT39DFPUq5Yy-bvFMW89wAhdbNB7klsKaAvB9i5BAEc I would particularly like to direct your attention to the stroke by stroke examples of Secretary hand here: http://www.flickr.co
Hello everyone, I have recently created set of calligraphy lessons to learn basic Blackletter penmanship. There are short video tutorials as well as visual guides and practice sheets. This might be helpfull for beginners who are trying different styles and variations. Let me know If these lessons are of any help and how I can improve the experience of learining Thank you )) Oh, the lessons are here http://www.loopsandtails.com/blackletter/blackletter/
Columba Livia posted a topic in Calligraphy DiscussionsScans are here: http://tinyurl.com/polwxr3 download a .zip file with all the scans in here: http://www.sendspace.com/file/qkpqzg Please note that plate 25 was missing from the copy I scanned, all of the rest are there. This book was published in 1795. William Milns did the calligraphy and Harry Ashby engraved it. This book was popular enough that it continued to be published until the 1850s in England. William Milns emigrated from England to America at some point after publishing this book, and his grave may be found today in Boston, in the old burying ground, on Boston common near B