Modern Practical Carpentry For the Use of Workmen,Builders,Architects and Engineers

By: George Ellis

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London: B. T. Batsford, 1906. Hard cover.Brown cover with black lettering on front and spine.Book in fair condition otherwise clean and tight text.No marking on page. Top of spine has a tear and slightly worn. Full description of tools,workshop,practice,house joinery,bank,office,church,museum,and shop fitting,air-tight cases and shaped work,fixing,setting out of roads and preparation of working drawings.New and simple methods of finding the bevels in roof,setting out domes,steeples,an account of failures in construction and theory of trussing frames.1,100 black and white illustrations.. 1st Published. Hard Cover. Fair. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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