Woodwork Joints: How They Are Set Out, How Made And Where Used by William Fairham 1920. ISBN: 9780982532973
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- Trade Paper: 236 pages
- Publisher: The Toolemera Press (September 8, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-13: 9780982532973
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces
"To be successful in woodwork construction the possession of two secrets is essential - to know the right joint to use, and to know how to make that joint in the right way."
WOODWORK JOINTS: HOW THEY ARE SET OUT, HOW MADE AND WHERE USED; WITH FOUR HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS AND INDEX; REVISED EDITION, C1920, by William Fairham, is one of the most popular titles in The Woodworker Series of handcraft books published by Evans Bros., London, during the first quarter of the 20th Century.
Covering both the major and minor woodworking joints, Fairham gives us clear, concise and well illustrated instructions on when to use and how to make joints in Carpentry, Joinery and Cabinet-Making. "...written for the practical man...", WOODWORK JOINTS is an essential resource for learning and improving hand tool skills as authored by an experienced woodworker and educator.
Gary Roberts, publisher of the Toolemera Press imprint, returns to print classic books on early crafts, trades and industries. All titles are produced from the original books in his personal library.
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