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Images: instructions.

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The differences in these images clearly show there is hope for anyone willing to put forth the effort to learn script.

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External link: Learn Engrosser’s script (Copperplate) from OE Hovis, one of the most versatile penman who ever lived. These are scans of lessons from an old Business Educator magazine.

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External link: Learn Engrosser’s script (Copperplate) from Joseph Galterio. The instructional pages were taken from Palmer’s Penmanship Budget published in 1919.

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Image: an illustration of different techniques.

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External link: While there is a common perception that fountain pens are problematic for left-handers, the truth is that lefties love fountain pens.

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Clear, legible writing is vital to ensure the other person receives the correct information. Children must be taught to write clearly and comfortably in order to carry that skill throughout life.

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External link: Learn Engrosser’s script (Copperplate) from the person who created the instructional pages in the Zanerian Manual, EA Lupfer.

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External link: Learn Engrosser’s script (Copperplate) from EL Brown, one of the most versatile penman who ever lived. These are scans of lessons from an old American Penman magazine.

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This seventh installment marks the first lesson covering the uppercase letters. Grouping of the capital letters presents a greater challenge than does the lowercase letters.

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In lesson three we will begin with the Group I lower case letterforms. It was my desire to make these lessons visually oriented. I designed the exemplars with this idea in mind.

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In this installment we will examine the lower case Group 2 letterforms shown in Figure 1. Let us begin with the Group 2A forms.

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In this chapter we will continue our examination of the lower case letterforms, specifically the Group III forms.

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In this installment we will examination the last group of lower case letterforms (Figure 1).

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In this article I will examine the fundamental strokes that make up the lower case letterforms in Engrosser's script (Figure 1).

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This will be the first installment in a series of instructional articles on Engrosser's script.

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This is a huge category for nibs, easily the largest of any writing discipline.

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by Brian G. Walker

I thank Nan and others for the positive comments re my ink, appreciated, but Nan's remark -- 

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Roundhand has been in use for a number of centuries and today the bulk of the engrossing business is done in this style.

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This article will address setting the angle and stabilizing the flange on the removable flange type holders, specifically, the Tysdal oblique penholder.

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In this article we will examine the various styles of pointed pen script and the sometimes confusing terminology that apply.

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