Specially the F is not like any Dutch handwriting I have ever seen.
It actually looks more like a Greek Phi.
For some letters it is obvious that they look like the Greek version, for example, K, U and T.
But if you have a better look at the L, you can see how it may have evolved (through the 'run'-version) into the Greek Lambda.
Jol-F => run-F => Greek F
Jol-L => run-L => Greek L
This trick does not apply for all letters, but that it does for some of them is, at least, remarkable.
Edit: after I posted I noticed that the Greek L is a mirrored version of the L that I made, based on the run-L (which is like the traditional capital L).
I may be slightly dyslectic after all...
Edited by Otharus, 13 November 2012 - 08:26 AM.