Few people would go to Cuzco to look for baroque calligraphy, but you can see it there, and not quite hidden.
In the museum of the Santa Catalina convent there are many pictures of the so called escuela cuscena. Some of them have comments in the corner in large baroque italics fashionable in European writing at the time.
There also are some documents on display there, written in baroque copperplate, with strangely filled high loops of some letters, which gives them club-like appearance. Apparently also fashionable in Spanish-speaking countries at the time.