Originally published in 1946 by Stephen Ziller for the Tamblyn School of Penmanship, this little series was designed for classroom use as well as home study and provides instruction for pointed pen and engrossing work.
Book Two is on Stephen Ziller's Artistic Alphabet, a graceful pointed pen style similar to Spencerian. While their first book sticks with all things business, this manual teaches students how to write dramatic, rounded letters with smooth, clean-cut hairlines. Ziller's Artistic Writing booklet also details each individual letter, ensuring exceptional calligraphic success.
Paperback; 5.25" x 8.5"