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In order to improve my handwriting, I'm going through two exercise books: Michael Sull's "American Cursive Handwriting" and Austin Palmer's "The Palmer Method of Business Writing."  The former includes practice sheets but the latter doesn't.  In lesson 32, page 70, Mr. Palmer writes "As there are six-sixteenths of an inch between the rule lines in the practice paper generally used, and in all the the Palmer Method practice paper... ."

 

So, where do I get this 3/8" paper or "Palmer Method practice paper?"  Also, what is Seyes paper?  Where do I get French-ruled Clairefonte paper or notebooks?

 

I wrote to Michael Sull and asked him what is the spacing on his Clairefontaine Tablets but didn't receive any response.  I also wrote to John Neal Books asking about the spacing of guidelines in their P76 Strathmore Writing Pad, lined, P35 Clairefontaine Lined Pad; and P86 Logos Calligraphy Copperplate Pad, but again didn't receive any response.

 

I don't have access to a printer so I would like to buy paper with guidelines (and maybe 52 degree or 55 degree lines) on it.

Dan Kalish

 

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19 hours ago, Mysterious Mose said:

In order to improve my handwriting, I'm going through two exercise books: Michael Sull's "American Cursive Handwriting" and Austin Palmer's "The Palmer Method of Business Writing."  The former includes practice sheets but the latter doesn't.  In lesson 32, page 70, Mr. Palmer writes "As there are six-sixteenths of an inch between the rule lines in the practice paper generally used, and in all the the Palmer Method practice paper... ."

 

So, where do I get this 3/8" paper or "Palmer Method practice paper?"  Also, what is Seyes paper?  Where do I get French-ruled Clairefonte paper or notebooks?

 

I wrote to Michael Sull and asked him what is the spacing on his Clairefontaine Tablets but didn't receive any response.  I also wrote to John Neal Books asking about the spacing of guidelines in their P76 Strathmore Writing Pad, lined, P35 Clairefontaine Lined Pad; and P86 Logos Calligraphy Copperplate Pad, but again didn't receive any response.

 

I don't have access to a printer so I would like to buy paper with guidelines (and maybe 52 degree or 55 degree lines) on it.

Call John Neal Books.  I always receive excellent service when I call them.

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On 5/6/2021 at 10:14 AM, Mysterious Mose said:

what is Seyes paper?

On 5/6/2021 at 10:14 AM, Mysterious Mose said:

Where do I get French-ruled Clairefonte paper or notebooks?

 

Disclaimer: I haven't dealt with The Writing Desk or Goulet Pens myself before, and do not take those as my recommendations. I have dealt with Amazon.com aplenty, and would be happy to buy from it again. The Clairefontaine Séyès-ruled books I have were bought from some bricks-and-mortar bookstore when I was in Germany.

 

 

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