Text Copies by R. Langford
Richard Langford was a British penman based in London. He seems to have been active from 1785 till his death in 1814.

His work must have been very popular because his copy slips and books were reprinted many times and decades after his death: I saw a catalogue from 1860 which was advertising his slips for sale.

W. D. Prior (a tutor and teacher) published a book: "Practical Penmanship" in 1880 which described Langford as one of 'the finest exponents of legitimate plain writing or "set hands'

x-height on these is 9mm, slant is 55 degrees.
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