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Lafever (Minard) The Modern Builder's Guide, engraved frontispiece and 89 plates, title browned, marginal water-staining, ink stain to inner margin of title causing hole to frontispiece but no loss to image, contemporary ink signature of Jared Inscho and later ink stamp of Chas. L. Inscho, Architect of Columbia, Ohio on front endpapers, contemporary sheep, 1846 § Hatfield (R.G.) The American House-Carpenter, fifth edition, illustrations, faint ink stamp of Hatfield House Library at head of title, original cloth, image of carpenter in gilt on upper cover, spine ends and corners repaired, 1852 § Monckton (James H.) The National Carpenter and Joiner, plates in red and black, advertisement leaf and accompanying chromolithographed plate of Minton's tiles at end, [1873] § Ricker (N.Clifford) Elementary Graphic Statics and the Construction of Trussed Roofs, diagrams, 4 folding tables, advertisement leaf at end, original cloth, 1885, all foxed, particularly the first, rubbed, the third with faded spine, New York; and another, American, on carpentry, 4to & 8vo (5)

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Lafever (Minard) The Modern Builder's Guide, engraved frontispiece and 89 plates, title browned, marginal water-staining, ink stain to inner margin of title causing hole to frontispiece but no loss to image, contemporary ink signature of Jared Inscho and later ink stamp of Chas. L. Inscho, Architect of Columbia, Ohio on front endpapers, contemporary sheep, 1846 § Hatfield (R.G.) The American House-Carpenter, fifth edition, illustrations, faint ink stamp of Hatfield House Library at head of title, original cloth, image of carpenter in gilt on upper cover, spine ends and corners repaired, 1852 § Monckton (James H.) The National Carpenter and Joiner, plates in red and black, advertisement leaf and accompanying chromolithographed plate of Minton's tiles at end, [1873] § Ricker (N.Clifford) Elementary Graphic Statics and the Construction of Trussed Roofs, diagrams, 4 folding tables, advertisement leaf at end, original cloth, 1885, all foxed, particularly the first, rubbed, the third with faded spine, New York; and another, American, on carpentry, 4to & 8vo (5)

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