At present all I know is that Paul Hayden Duensing employed some variation of Goudy's method of paper "master patterns" in at least his cutting of his 24 point version of Belgian.  David W. Peat indicates that his method when working from historical sources was to make photographic enlargements to a size of 4 to 5 inches. Using these enlargements, he then cut, by hand, Master Patterns in binder's board.
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