A treatise on projection, containing first principles of plans and elevations, and the modes of delineating solids, and every form of mechanical construction, so as to present the most striking image of the object to be carried into execution; on entirely new principles. Together with a complete system of isometrical drawing, the whole practically applied to architecture, building, carpentry, machinery, shipbuilding, astronomy, and dialling.
|Main Author:||Nicholson, Peter, 1765-1844.|
London, R. Groombridge, 1840.
Environ Dsgn QA502.N5: ENVI Rare
xvi, 136 p.
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