Arts glory or, The Pen-Mans Treasury

Publication Date1669
RemainderContaining various examples of secretary, text, Roman, and Italian hands. Adorned with many curious knots and flourishes, to render them pleasant as well as profitable. With directions, theorems, and rare principles of art, comprehending very much of the author's knowledge. Also a receipt for ink, and to write with gold.Wholly invented, written, and engraven, by Edward Cocker
Extent[24] p. 31 leaves of plates
Publisherprinted for, and are to be sold with other of the authors works, by John Overton at the White Horse without Newgate, at the corner of the Little Old Bayly, near the Fount[ain?] Tavern 1669. where you may have all sorts of blanck bonds


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