By Lewis Foreman Day
This can be a iteration Of the unique 1910 variation.
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Cowtan. xxv Descriptive List of Illustrations. 185. modern italic capitals — By Walter West. delicacy of Mr. West's beautiful Much penmanship of the unfor- is tunately lost in the process reproduction. 186. — By Selwyn Image. An penmanship, given as an example of a modern handwriting which may fairly be described modern minuscule alphabet example of his ordinary as caligraphy. 187. modern capitals adapted for engraving. 188. modern capitals adapted for execution with single strokes 189. modern French type of the pen.
Manuscript writers used, as they sometimes did, the square capital form, they not did severely simple the lapidaries. themselves (n) to confine the shapes which came naturally to The unequal strength of the lines, the thickening of the strokes at the ends, and the sparred or forked shapes they take, the pen ; speak of all not the steel pen, of course, nor yet the — more supple quill, but the reed pen rather blunter than a quill, but pliant enough, and not given to spluttering. Moreover, it did not tempt the writer to indulge in unduly thin upstrokes.
Roman numerals in relief, The stone. the 15th-century shape. 243. 1548? incised in wood — 1588. — From grounded out. a bronze dial. Swiss. Figures 1647. — 1692. 244. cut in stone 245. various dates 1633, wood in relief. 1625, wood The rest on brass (grounded out) or cut in stone. — in 1679 resembles the letter rence in 17th-century A— a German not incised. uncommon The 1 occur- inscriptions. — 246. various 18th-century numerals The complete series from an English Writing Book (Curtis), 1732. The Dates 247.
Alphabets old and new by Lewis Foreman Day