Finished and delivered a pelican scroll in a style reminiscent of a Mongol diplomatic document. It is done on a piece of timber, as was the Mongol style and one of the surviving ones found through Wikipedia is and the device is a khanate passport based on the examples such as Met Museum article.
The board is 140mm cedar, polished and sized before writing in Carolingian Miniscule with exaggerated ascenders and descenders to mimic an Arabic style. The device is 5mm thick brass slab, with modern paints and clear lacquer for protection as corrosion is noticeable in a few hours.
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