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Heraldry as Art: An Account of Its Development and Practice, Chiefly in England
George William Eve
No preview available - 2015
Heraldry As Art: An Account of Its Development and Practice, Chiefly in ...
G. W. 1855-1914 Eve
No preview available - 2013
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Page 319 - OLD CLOCKS AND WATCHES AND THEIR MAKERS. Being an Historical and Descriptive Account of the different Styles of Clocks and Watches of the Past in England and Abroad, to which is added a List of 10,000 Makers.
Page 330 - THE PLUMBER AND SANITARY HOUSES. A Practical Treatise on the Principles of Internal Plumbing Work ; or the best means for effectually excluding Noxious Gases from our Houses. By S. STEVENS HELLYER. 6th Edition, revised and enlarged. With 30 Plates, and 262 Woodcut Illustrations. "The best treatise existing on Practical Plumbing.
Page 328 - Crown &vo, cloth, gilt. 4*. 6d. net. STRESSES AND THRUSTS. A Text-book on their Determination in Constructional Work, with Examples of the Design of Girders and Roofs, for the use of Students. By GAT MIDDLETON, ARIBA Third Edition, thoroughly revised and much enlarged. With 170 illustrative Diagrams and Folding Plates.
Page 318 - Folio, cloth, gilt. Ģi 1 6s. net. ENGLISH INTERIOR WOODWORK of the XVI., XVII., and XVIII. Centuries. A series of 50 Plates of Drawings to scale and Sketches, chiefly of domestic work, illustrating a fine series of examples of Chimney Pieces, Panelling, Sides of Rooms, Staircases, Doors, Screens, &c., &c., with full practical details and descriptive text. By HENRY TANNER, ARIBA, Joint Author of " Some Architectural Works of Inigo Jones.
Page 329 - HOW TO ESTIMATE : OR THE ANALYSIS OF BUILDERS' PRICES. A Complete Guide to the Practice of Estimating, and a Reference Book of the most reliable Building Prices. By JOHN T. REA, FSI, Surveyor, War Department. With typical examples in each trade, and a large amount of useful information for the guidance of Estimators, including thousands of prices. Second Edition, thoroughly revised and much enlarged.
Page 316 - The work can be confidently commended as a most workmanlike and accomplished treatise not only to all students of design, but to artists and craftsmen generally. The illustrations are extremely rich and varied.
Page 312 - Illustrations (50 of which are full-page) of perspective views, plans, and details of gardens, ranging in size from a tiny cottage garden to gardens of twelve acres in extent.
Page 322 - ARCHITECTURAL SKETCHING AND DRAWING IN PERSPECTIVE. A progressive series of 36 Plates, illustrating the Drawing of Architectural Details and Sketching to Scale ; including chapters on the Plan and Measuring Point Methods, the Simplification of Perspective by R's method, and on Figures, Foliage, &c. By HW ROBERTS, Author of "R's Method.
Page 328 - BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS for the use of Architects, Surveyors, Builders, &c. Comprising the complete Specification of a large House, with Stables, Conservatory, &c. ; also numerous Clauses relating to Special Classes of Buildings, and Practical Notes on all Trades and Sections. By JOHN LEANING, FSI, Author of " Quantity Surveying,