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Handwriting examples from the 1870's

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matteherr:
What in the world is that hand! The "D" in Dentist is really unique!

AAAndrew:
I know, right? Don’t forget their “P” and “B.” The closest I’ve seen to it is Walt Disney’s signature.

stenolearner:
After spending hours trying to write exactly according to those business penmanship manuals, it's good to know, that in real life, people also had awful handwriting.

tintenfuchs:
I love seeing those :)

Cyril Jayant:
It is great to see those beautiful writing.
Can you think a mail will have the same appreciation after another 50- 100 years .
Will it last so long for some one to pay and download as a vintage mail file.
Oh ;D... there is something too what computer/ programme  will be able to unzip and read the scripted message ?

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