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A Piece of History – Ken Brown Calligraphy Book

Own a Piece of Ken Brown History – Ken Brown Calligraphy Handbook

Ken Brown Calligraphy HandbookOnly 20 Copies Available.

The Ken Brown Calligraphy Handbook was first created in 1977 and specially composed for beginning calligraphers, or anyone interested in learning how to write calligraphy letters. It quickly became a best seller in the arts and crafts industry.

The manual is very easy to follow. You will learn Ken’s proven method of 14 common strokes, each of which are made with a single stroke of the pen. By combining these simple strokes, beautiful hand lettering is formed.

Anyone that is willing to practice can and will learn this process. You do not need to be an artist.

The handbook is 84 pages, 8.5″ x 11″ – soft cover.

Ken’s handbook also covers letter spacing, an introduction to engraving, lettering in wood and much more.

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This is the only place you will see this offer – it is not in stores (in fact, it’s not even in Profitable Hobbies Online Store!)

Only 20 available – (and I’m surprised Ken allowed to sell that many!)


No, this book will not teach you how to engrave letters. However, it will show you how to form the letters, which you can then trace using stencil film. With practice, it is possible to skip the entire stencil film process altogether.


In fact, this is the exact thing Ken teaches in his Professional Engraving Seminars.

Note: There are no future plans to print this handbook again – only 20 available through this offer. This is a piece of history and your opportunity to grab your copy before they’re gone.

Take a look at Page 81 below – this is a page that was printed in the third edition – when Ken began combined his calligraphy talent with high speed engraving.

Ken Brown Handbook Page 81

Trouble Seeing It? – Larger Version Here.

From the moment Ken first tried his hand at calligraphy – to where he is today with hundreds of students implementing his techniques – making money by combining calligraphy with with high speed engraving.

Who would have ever imagined that a simple idea would grow into what it is today?

Once again – No Artistic Ability Required.

The earning potential is unlimited. Take a peek at Ken’s Event Calendar – where he will be getting paid to engrave wine bottles in the upcoming months.

His Professional Engraving Seminars will teach you how to do this same thing – and get paid $$$$.

Whether you grab a copy of Ken’s Handbook, Enroll in a Seminar, get started with Ken’s Professional Engraving System, or download his stencil patterns to try your hand at engraving, it’s hard not to admire what Ken has accomplished throughout the years.

Thank you Ken for adding so much to our network of hand engravers.

Grab a piece of Calligraphy History – Order your copy today.

Ken Brown Calligraphy Handbook

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5 Responses to A Piece of History – Ken Brown Calligraphy Book

  1. Steve September 13, 2010 at 2:28 pm #

    Just to let you know, I have the Third Edition of Ken’s Handbook and page 82 in my book is completely different than what you show. Was there two different Third Editions?

  2. Randy September 13, 2010 at 4:03 pm #

    This is a great book. I have used it for decades and is still the standard for calligraphy. Another great buy from Ken.

  3. admin September 13, 2010 at 9:04 pm #

    Sorry, it was actually page 81. I have made the correction, thanks for the heads up.

  4. admin September 16, 2010 at 7:55 am #

    Not sure, but the 5 we have left have 84 pages. The last four are on the engraving equipment. Might have been added later?

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