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Metal Crafts in Architecture by Gerald K. Geerlings

£14.99

Product description

Presents an analysis of the characteristics of metals used on architectural features of buildings, a description of how these materials are worked and a historical background of metal from various countries. Covers bronze, brass, cast iron, copper, lead and tin, along with a section on lighting fixtures and one on architectural specifications. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Pagination: vi + 202 pages, including index of illustrations.

Quarter-bound with red cloth binding and black lettering to spine and dark grey paper covering to boards; laminated orange dust-jacket with illustrations to front and rear.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: light edge-wear to dust-jacket, mainly to spine ends and flap folds with 0.9cm closed tear to front bottom edge, jacket spine sunned, light foxing to jacket reverse; very light bumping to hardcover corners, light slanting to spine; very light foxing to endpapers, private library bookplate to front pastedown endpaper, light soiling to top edge of pages and covers, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Item details

Author(s):
Geerlings, Gerald K.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Published 1957.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
202
Publisher:
Bonanza Books, division of Crown Publishers, Inc.
Title:
Metal Crafts in Architecture

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Presents an analysis of the characteristics of metals used on architectural features of buildings, a description of how these materials are worked and a historical background of metal from various countries. Covers bronze, brass, cast iron, copper, lead and tin, along with a section on lighting fixtures and one on architectural specifications. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Pagination: vi + 202 pages, including index of illustrations.

Quarter-bound with red cloth binding and black lettering to spine and dark grey paper covering to boards; laminated orange dust-jacket with illustrations to front and rear.

Very good condition for a second-hand book: light edge-wear to dust-jacket, mainly to spine ends and flap folds with 0.9cm closed tear to front bottom edge, jacket spine sunned, light foxing to jacket reverse; very light bumping to hardcover corners, light slanting to spine; very light foxing to endpapers, private library bookplate to front pastedown endpaper, light soiling to top edge of pages and covers, otherwise internally fine given age of book.

Author(s):
Geerlings, Gerald K.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
Published 1957.
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
202
Publisher:
Bonanza Books, division of Crown Publishers, Inc.
Title:
Metal Crafts in Architecture

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