Book ID: 18402

Stair-Building in Its Various Forms. And the New One-Plane Method of Hand-Railing as Applied to Drawing Face-Moulds, Unfolding the Centre Line of Wreaths, Thereby Obtaining Exact Lengths of Balusters, and Also Unfolding Side Moulds.

Monckton, James H.

N. Y.: John Wiley & Sons Canada, 1906. 4th Edition, Rev. & Extensively Enlarged. Hardcover. Very Good.


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Binding Type: HardcoverBook Condition: Very GoodEdition: 4th Edition, Rev. & Extensively EnlargedCatalogue:

xxvi + approx. 186 pp. Red cloth with black-stamped title lettering & design; black-ruled; spine lettering gilt, ruled in black & gilt; geometric black-stamped design on rear board, black ruled. Illustrated with 109 full-page plates plus frontispiece, almost all with facing page commentary and directions. For “wood, iron and stone stairs” and “For the use of architects, stair-builders, carpenters, iron-workers, pattern-makers, and stone masons.” Extremities rubbed with light rubbing & soiling to cloth; hinges started under endpapers and binding cracked, but firm; some faint soiling and foxing to prelims and rear matter; but all plates clean & bright. Rare!

Book ID 18402
Publisher John Wiley & Sons Canada
Publisher Place N. Y.
Publisher Year 1906
Size 4to
Language English