The G clef can be made in one stroke if begun at the innermost part of the curl, or at the downward extremity.
When the G clef is used the staff is usually referred to as the treble staff, and when the F clef is used, as the bass staff.
The use of the G clef as here shown did not of course exist at that time.
The G clef is used in notation, but the notes sound an octave lower than they are written.
The G clef should be begun at the second line rather than below the staff.