My cousin in Řepiště shared two extremely useful PDF documents with me. They have handwriting examples in Czech script and how it has changed through the years. These are especially useful in Czech research when dealing with letters with hačeks. There are many German current script examples floating around the internet, but far fewer Czech examples with letters like č and ř, and the common ch combination shape. I think it would be wonderful to create a resource that shows examples of these letters in the context of words, because that is how you will actually be deciphering them. However, this is better than nothing, and I have relied on them often enough to know that other researchers will probably use them, too.
- Pisma 1 – Czech handwriting examples from 1600-1935, letters A-M
- Pisma 2 – Czech handwriting examples from 1600-1935, letterse N-Ž