What Handwriting Indicates: An Analytical Graphology
Health Research Books, Sep 1, 1996 - 142 pages
1904 Contents: Principles, Methods and Rules; Size; Slope; Lines; Shape; Thickness; Spacing; connections; Capitals; Finals; Punctuation; Speed; Flourishes; Signatures; General Style; Letters Separately; an Analysis; Disguised Writing;.
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I?PRINCIPLES METHODS AND ROLES
DISGUISED WRITING FORGERY AND WRITING OF THE INSANE
analytical tables ascending to right backhand slope capitals Caps CAREFULLY PLACED chirography coarse and ungraceful cross higher dots much elongated dots round down-strokes concave down-strokes muddy DOWN-STROKES SHADED end than beginning ends of strokes final letters finals ascending finals never descending flourishes graphology half formed handwriting higher than top hooks at ends illustrated incurve left of stem letter carefully letters close letters extended letters hurriedly written letters never compressed letters never extended letters open LETTERS OR WRITING letters tightly closed line clearly separated lines irregular lines straight loop letters long lower loop letters lower point sharp mind ness never low original style person pointed at top Punc right of stem separated from lines sharp and up-stroke signature signifies small letters smaller at end specimen STROKE ON RIGHT strokes and loops strokes firm student style fixed style of letters tion up-stroke on right upper loop letters wide loops words well spaced