"According to Cocker." The Progress of Penmanship from the Earliest Times. W. Anderson Smith.
"According to Cocker." The Progress of Penmanship from the Earliest Times.
"According to Cocker." The Progress of Penmanship from the Earliest Times.
"According to Cocker." The Progress of Penmanship from the Earliest Times.
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"According to Cocker." The Progress of Penmanship from the Earliest Times.

London: Alexander Gardner, 1887. Oblong quarto. 34pp., + 18ff. plates showning elaborate examples of calligraphy by the 17th-century calligrapher Edward Cocker. Provides a history of calligraphy, with a focus on Cocker's work. Corners slightly bumped and cover shows some light soiling, front hinge starting, first signature slightly loose, first front endpaper has a small tear, else fine in gold cloth-covered boards with the title stamped in gilt. Item #21893

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