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HISTORY OF COPPERPLATE Often Copperplate is called script. It is another form of Calligraphy with thick downward strokes and thin upward strokes. the name copperplate was derived from an oldtime procedure which was accomplished by engraving letters onto copper plates covered with ink and then wiped off leaving the ink in the impressions. the plate was then pressed onto the paper. This book will show you step by step how to accomplish these strokes, which then will form letters that will create beautiful handwriting. Only by practicing will you achieve satisfying results. As you perfect this script you will find it exciting and rewarding.
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Book Description Karol Zaleski, Peoria, Arizona, U.S.A., 1993. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good Minus. No Jacket. 4to. 61 pages. Off-white stiff paper, black and brown titles, black plastic comb binding; black & white illustrations and examples. Light wear to wraps, stain to lower front, not affecting text or interior. A very good minus copy. Seller Inventory # X02924
Book Description Karol Baldwin, 1999. Plastic Comb. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG188410701X