mixed hand

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Handwriting that combines features of two or more different types of script may be described as a ‘mixed hand’: e.g. a sixteenth-century hand combining Gothic and humanistic scripts, or a mid-seventeenth-century hand combining letter forms of secretary and italic scripts.


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