Anyone know of "how-to" resources on the past art of engraving script for intaglio printing? Copperplate and engravers script (roundhand, engrossers script) seem to have been developed jointly by engravers and engrossers. There is ample information on how to execute the written portion performed by the engrosser (such as on the IAMPETH.com website) but I have not found anything on how the engraver practiced his craft. To the modern engraver it seems straightforward but I'd like to see how the engravers of the 1800's were instructed. If you look at old printing plates there just seems to be a subtle elegance that is somwhat different in the modern form. Thanks.