London: The Society for Italic Handwriting,
The Society for Italic Handwriting, Item #27568
A run of 71 issues, lacking just one issue #62, beginning at #21, Winter '59/'60 through #92, Autumn '77. The early issues run 32 pp. containing articles on and examples of Italic Handwriting. The Society for Italic Handwriting was founded in 1952 by Alfred Fairbank, a most notable British calligrapher, & Joseph Compton, a Director of Education in London. Articles by A. S. Osley, Alfred Fairbanks, Anna Hornby, and many other experts in the art of the italic hand and with the added interest of book reviews and advertisements. Illustrated. Nearly all are in very fine condition with just a few with a bumped corner or a few scuffs to covers.