Chirographer

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A chirographer can refer to

  • Someone who studies chirography
  • a machine patented in 1842 by Charles Thurber which was an early form of typewriter.
  • "The officer appointed to 'engross fines' (chirographs), in the Court of Common Pleas (Abolished in 1833.)" ("chirographer, n.", Oxford English Dictionary)