Catalog Record: The British carpenter, or, A treatise on carpentry : containing the most concise and authentick rules of that art, in a more useful and extensive method, than has been made publick | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The British carpenter, or, A treatise on carpentry : containing the most concise and authentick rules of that art, in a more useful and extensive method, than has been made publick / by Francis Price.

Main Author: Price, Francis, -1753.
Related Names: Ackers, Charles 1702?-1759., Toms, W. H. approximately 1700-approximately 1750.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed by C. Ackers ... ; and sold by the Author ... ; also by A, Bettesworth and C. Hitch ...; and T. Astley ..., 1735.
Edition: The second edition enlarged, with the addition of sixteen copper-plates.
Subjects: Building > History
Carpentry > Early works to 1800.
Note: Engravings by William Henry Toms after designs by Price.
"A supplement to The British carpenter : containing Palladio's orders of architecture, with the ornaments of doors and windows..."--[4], 16 p. at end.
Signatures: A⁴ a1 B⁴(-B4) C-H⁴,²A²,²B-C⁴.
Physical Description: [4], ii, [4], 52, [4], 16 p., [61] leaves of plates : ill. ; 26 cm. (4to)
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