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Joinery and Carpentry: a Practical and Authoritative Guide Dealing with All Branches of the Craft of Woodworking (Six Volumes)

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Product description

Second edition (reprint); no date. Dark red bindings with gilt titles stamped to covers and spines. No dust jackets. Top edges red, other edges very lightly tanned. Pages clean and unmarked, spines intact. Very light shelf-wear. Six volumes complete, line drawings and B&W photos.

Volume I 294pp, index: selection and use of tools; workshop and its equipment; joints and fixings; machine woodworking.
Volume II: 257pp, index, doors, frames and panelling; geometry; windows.
Volume III: 227pp, index. timber; stairs and handrails; floors; partitions.
Volume IV: 263pp, index. roofs; house fittings; church fittings; circular work, carpenter's steel square.
Volume V: 327pp, index. technical drawings; veneering; framed buildings; calculations; design and ornament; shop fronts.
Volume VI: 31pp, index. ship joinery; temporary work; mechanics; bank and office fittings; business; formwork; glossary

Item details

Author(s):
Greenhalgh, Richard (Ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
New Era Publishing

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Second edition (reprint); no date. Dark red bindings with gilt titles stamped to covers and spines. No dust jackets. Top edges red, other edges very lightly tanned. Pages clean and unmarked, spines intact. Very light shelf-wear. Six volumes complete, line drawings and B&W photos.

Volume I 294pp, index: selection and use of tools; workshop and its equipment; joints and fixings; machine woodworking.
Volume II: 257pp, index, doors, frames and panelling; geometry; windows.
Volume III: 227pp, index. timber; stairs and handrails; floors; partitions.
Volume IV: 263pp, index. roofs; house fittings; church fittings; circular work, carpenter's steel square.
Volume V: 327pp, index. technical drawings; veneering; framed buildings; calculations; design and ornament; shop fronts.
Volume VI: 31pp, index. ship joinery; temporary work; mechanics; bank and office fittings; business; formwork; glossary

Author(s):
Greenhalgh, Richard (Ed)
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
New Era Publishing

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