Copper Pipe-Line Services in Building London. Copper Development Association 1947 6th impression Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book 4to - over 9¾ - 12 The purpose of this book was to collect in one volume much of the theoretical and practical information that was known about using Copper pipe in the building trade between its first issue in 1938 and this revised edition in 1947. This is a clean and tight copy.
The Layton Type Book London C & c Layton Hardcover Poor No Jacket Book Folio - over 12 This book is for anyone interested in the craft of printing and particularly the laying out of type, that is composing.It is full of type faces and borders used in this very important craft.The book itself has seen use , the spine is torn top and bottom and worn around the edges but the pages are all intact.
Ferguson JohnForge and Founded in Cornwall St Austell ,Cornwall Cornish Hillside Publications 2000 1900147114 / 9781900147118 1st Edition Soft cover Very Good No Jacket Book 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾ There were about sixty foundries and allied works throughout Cornwall in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. They manufactured ironwork for local mining, farming and fishing industries ranging from hand tools to steam engines. They also produced items for the home such as 'slabs' , as well as street furniture including lamp posts, sign posts and railings. This comprehensive book describes these artifacts and lists places where they can be seen. There is light creasing to the edge of the front cover.
Findlay W.P.KThe Preservation of Timber London Adams & Charles Black Ltd. 1962 First Edition Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Ex-Library 8vo - over 7¾ There is small writing in white on the spine and a mark on the back cover and spotting on the top of the pages.