The braille alphabet is used for writing and reading materials. Each braille cell has six raised dots, which are displayed in two columns and numbered. To indicate a capital letter, dot six is placed before the cell. The letters “a” through “j” become numbers “1” through “10” when the number sign—dots 3, 4, 5, and 6—is placed before the cell. Shown are the braille alphabet card that describes and illustrates the braille reading and writing system, and the date finder—a portable braille calendar—that provides a signature guide.