Catalog Record: Nicholson's New carpenter's guide : being a complete book of lines for carpenters, joiners, cabinet-makers, and workmen in general, on methods entirely new founded on geometrical principles; explained, in theory and practice, by numerous engravings, wherein the utility of every line is fully exemplified | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Nicholson's New carpenter's guide : being a complete book of lines for carpenters, joiners, cabinet-makers, and workmen in general, on methods entirely new founded on geometrical principles; explained, in theory and practice, by numerous engravings, wherein the utility of every line is fully exemplified.

Main Author: Nicholson, Peter, 1765-1844.
Related Names: Bowen, John.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Jones, 1831.
Edition: Improved and enl. ed.
Subjects: Carpentry.
Note: Other editions have title: The carpenter's new guide.
Edited by John Bowen - cf. pref.
Environ Dsgn TH5605.N6 1831: ENVI Rare
Physical Description: iv, iv+ , 83 p., 84 p. of plates : ill.
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