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Script and Cursive Alphabets

Script and Cursive Alphabets Author Dan X. Solo
ISBN-10 9780486253060
Release 1987
Pages 100
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This treasury of script and cursive fonts offers artists and designers a broad range of type styles that richly convey the elegant intricacies of hand lettering. Includes the flowing elegance of Liberty; the sturdy formality of Piranesi Bold Italic; the airy Art Deco flair of Hannover; and more. Many include upper- and lower-case alphabets, plus numerals.



Script and Cursive Alphabets

Script and Cursive Alphabets Author Dan X. Solo
ISBN-10 0486253066
Release 1987
Pages 100
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This treasury of script and cursive fonts offers graphic artists and designers a broad range of type styles that richly convey the elegant intricacies of hand lettering. Here, in one compact, inexpensive volume compiled by a leading authority on typography are type designs capable of producing a multitude of special effects. Leaf through and you will quickly discover the eye-catching appeal of each typeface: the flowing elegance of Liberty; the sturdy formality of Piranesi Bold Italic; the airy, Art Deco flair of Hannover; the monogram-like quality of Juliet; the dazzle of Boulevard Script; the classical appeal of Virginia Antique. These beautiful designs, and scores more, are reproduced in complete uppercase alphabets. Ninety-two of them include lowercase alphabets as well, and eighty-nine include numerals. In all, Script and Cursive Alphabets is an invaluable resource of typefaces that will lend a distinctive character and mood to your message. Here in this rich collection of fonts, from Back Script and Virtuoso Bold to Khayyam and Poppl Exquisit, you'll find the letter-perfect way to say it.



Script and Cursive Alphabets

Script and Cursive Alphabets Author Dan X. Solo
ISBN-10 0486253066
Release 1987
Pages 100
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This treasury of script and cursive fonts offers artists and designers a broad range of type styles that richly convey the elegant intricacies of hand lettering. Includes the flowing elegance of Liberty; the sturdy formality of Piranesi Bold Italic; the airy Art Deco flair of Hannover; and more. Many include upper- and lower-case alphabets, plus numerals.



Cursive Handwriting Grades 3 5

Cursive Handwriting  Grades 3   5 Author Carson-Dellosa Publishing
ISBN-10 9781483820026
Release 2014-12-01
Pages 80
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Skill Builders are great tools for keeping children current during the school year or preparing them for the next grade level. A variety of fun and challenging activities provides students with practice and helps introduce basic skills to new learners. This full-color workbook contains appropriate passages and exercises to help elementary children master handwriting skills before progressing. Skill Builders combines entertaining and interactive activities with eye-catching graphics to make learning and reviewing fun and effective. The compact 6" x 9" size makes this book perfect for school, at home, or on the go. 80 perforated, reproducible pages with an answer key.



Bold Script Alphabets

Bold Script Alphabets Author Dan X. Solo
ISBN-10 9780486144054
Release 2012-05-07
Pages 108
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Attention-getting typefaces (italic, cursive) in dazzling variety—most in upper- and lowercase, many with vignettes or punctuation marks.



Alphabet Handwriting Book

Alphabet Handwriting Book Author Insignia Learning
ISBN-10 1540347907
Release 2016-11-12
Pages 54
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Alphabet Handwriting Book Get Your Copy Today! 6 Inches By 9 Inches Suitable for Handwriting Practice Preschool Kindergarten All The Letters Of The Alphabet A Page Per Letter Uppercase Lowercase Get Your Copy Today!



Stencil Alphabets

Stencil Alphabets Author Dan X. Solo
ISBN-10 9780486168883
Release 2013-04-09
Pages 108
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This attractive collection of royalty-free lettering for commercial artists features 100 complete upper-case stencil alphabets — many with lower-cases, numerals, and punctuation marks. Includes such classics as Ancient, Courtland, and Cleft Gothic; the whimsical Ragtime and Spooks Alive; bold Braggadocio; exotic Limbo, Beijing, and Samoa; the old-fashioned Victorian; and more.



Cursive Alphabet Book

Cursive Alphabet Book Author Insignia Learning
ISBN-10 1539908135
Release 2016-11-09
Pages 54
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Cursive Alphabet Handwriting Book Get Your Copy Today! 8.5 Inches By 11 Inches 100 Pages Suitable for Handwriting Practice Preschool Kindergarten All The Letters Of The Alphabet A Page Per Letter Uppercase Lowercase Get Your Copy Today!



Gothic and Old English Alphabets

Gothic and Old English Alphabets Author Dan X. Solo
ISBN-10 0486246957
Release 1984
Pages 100
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100 royalty-free alphabets: Blackstone, Dolbey, Germania, 97 more — with many lowercases, numerals, punctuation marks.



Art Nouveau Display Alphabets

Art Nouveau Display Alphabets Author Dan X. Solo
ISBN-10 0486233863
Release 1976
Pages 100
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One hundred complete fonts from Solo-type Typographers Catalog: upper and lower cases, alternate forms, swash forms, numerals, secondaries. Whiplash, organic, cursive, Orientalized, and other styles. This beautiful, wide range of type fluidities suggest elegance, originality, grace,and a nearness to nature. Most are not available anywhere else.



English Cursive Book Hands 1250 1500

English Cursive Book Hands  1250 1500 Author M.B. Parkes
ISBN-10 9781351940092
Release 2017-03-02
Pages 84
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First published in 1969, English Cursive Book Hands rapidly established itself as a key resource for the study and teaching of palaeography. It covers the changes in handwriting that arose from the mid-twelfth century, tracking the growth and development of the cursive script that came to dominate book production in medieval England. This reprint is a re-issue of the 1979 second edition published by Scolar Press. This study sets out the nature of the developments which took place in English book hands, from the mid-twelfth century, largely determined by two factors: the increasing demand for books, and the increase in the size of the works to be copied. The secularization of learning and the rise of the universities created a voracious demand for texts and commentaries. At the same time improving standards of literacy led to a demand from a wide range of patrons for books of a more general nature. In such circumstances speed and ease of writing became increasingly important. Scribes began to use different kinds of handwriting for different classes of books, and as a result a new 'hierarchy' of scripts arose, each with its own sequence of development. Towards the end of the thirteenth century the cursive script which had recently been evolved for the preparation of documents was introduced into books. A hierarchy also arose in the cursive script itself, as scribes began to devise more than one way of writing depending on the degree of formality they required. Eventually the varieties of cursive usurped the functions of other scripts in the copying of nearly all kinds of books and documents. English Cursive Book Hands illustrates the developments which took place in the cursive handwriting used in England for writing books.



American Cursive Handwriting

American Cursive Handwriting Author Michael R. Sull
ISBN-10 0982868219
Release 2010-09-01
Pages 349
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American Cursive Handwriting has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from American Cursive Handwriting also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full American Cursive Handwriting book for free.



Handwriting Cursive Grades 2 4

Handwriting  Cursive  Grades 2   4 Author Brighter Child
ISBN-10 9781620578063
Release 2012-09-01
Pages 80
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Handwriting skills reinforce eye/hand coordination and Brighter Child(R) Handwriting: Cursive offers just the right practice for children ages 7 to 9. This workbook offers 80 pages of cursive activities that also reinforce literacy skills by using words children need to read and write for school. With easy-to-follow directions children will have fun learning to write cursive! --Features activities that teach: --*How to write each letter of the alphabet in cursive --*Combining letters to make words --*Combining words to make sentences --The popular Brighter Child(R) Workbook series offers a full complement of instruction, activities, and information in 51 subject-specific workbooks. Encompassing preschool to grade 6, this series covers key subjects including basic skills, English & grammar, math, phonics, reading, science, and Spanish. This series is helping prepare children by giving them a solid foundation in key skills necessary for success in the classroom!



Lettering and Alphabets

Lettering and Alphabets Author John Albert Cavanagh
ISBN-10 0486200531
Release 1946
Pages 121
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Stresses the practical application of lettering and gives examples of 85 styles



The History and Uncertain Future of Handwriting

The History and Uncertain Future of Handwriting Author Anne Trubek
ISBN-10 9781620402160
Release 2016-09-06
Pages 192
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The future of handwriting is anything but certain. Its history, however, shows how much it has affected culture and civilization for millennia. In the digital age, handwriting is less necessary than ever before, and indeed fewer and fewer schoolchildren are being taught how to write in cursive. Signatures--far from John Hancock's elegant model--have become scrawls. In her recent and widely discussed and debated essays, Anne Trubek argues that the decline and even elimination of handwriting from daily life does not signal a decline in civilization, but rather the next stage in the evolution of communication. Now, in The History and Uncertain Future of Handwriting, Trubek uncovers the long and significant impact handwriting has had on culture and humanity--from the first recorded handwriting on the clay tablets of the Sumerians some four thousand years ago and the invention of the alphabet as we know it, to the rising value of handwritten manuscripts today. Each innovation over the millennia has threatened existing standards and entrenched interests: Indeed, in ancient Athens, Socrates and his followers decried the very use of handwriting, claiming memory would be destroyed, while Gutenberg's printing press ultimately overturned the livelihood of the monks who created books in the pre-printing era. And yet new methods of writing and communication have always appeared. Establishing a novel link between our deep past and emerging future, Anne Trubek offers a colorful lens through which to view our shared social experience.



Cursive Writing Practice Inspiring Quotes Reproducible Activity Pages with Motivational and Character Building Quotes That Make Handwriting Practice

Cursive Writing Practice  Inspiring Quotes  Reproducible Activity Pages with Motivational and Character Building Quotes That Make Handwriting Practice Author Jane Lierman
ISBN-10 0545094372
Release 2009-04-01
Pages 47
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Provides ready-to-reproduce practice pages of quotes written in cursive in order to help build skills in the handwriting style.



The Italic Way to Beautiful Handwriting

The Italic Way to Beautiful Handwriting Author Fred Eager
ISBN-10 1626540381
Release 2015-03-09
Pages 130
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A Teach-Yourself Guide to Italic Handwriting "The Italic Way to Beautiful Handwriting" is your key to mastering the Italic hand in just minutes a day. Originally developed in the early Renaissance as a "speedwriting" technique by Papal scribes who wanted to combine beauty and legibility with speed, Italic handwriting continues to appear today on diplomas, wedding invitations, and other special announcements. Now through modern teaching methods developed by Fred Eager, this handwriting can be yours. The foundation of the Eager system is a dual approach: you learn calligraphic and cursive simultaneously--one handsome, the other functional--to synthesize a perfect balance. Eager's techniques have been widely used throughout the United States and inspired the resurgence of Italic classes and clubs from coast to coast. In this step-by-step, trace-and-copy manual, renowned Italic instructor Fred Eager shows how to develop the ideal handwriting--legible and beautiful, yet characteristically your own.