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The Illustrated Carpenter & Builder

£19.99

Product description

This bundle contains 9 issues, one from 1956 and 8 from various dates in the first half of 1957.
3 issues are in poorer condition than the rest: March 13th is missing its front cover and the following 4 sheets, April 5th has half the mast head missing, May 5th is lacking its covers, front and back. The other issues are in good condition, however.
This is a trade magazine rather than one for amateurs, comprising a mixture of articles and advertisements.
In all issues the text is legible and b/w diagrams and illustrations remain clear. There are occasional b/w photographs and many striking advertisements ("Austins of East Ham, the biggest name in joinery" is a pleasantly coloured advert, also interesting architect's plans for a variety of buildings which were probably the height of innovation at that time.

Item details

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22 x 32 cms
Edition:
1956-1957
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
The Illustrated Carpenter & Builder
Title:
The Illustrated Carpenter & Builder

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About this item

This bundle contains 9 issues, one from 1956 and 8 from various dates in the first half of 1957.
3 issues are in poorer condition than the rest: March 13th is missing its front cover and the following 4 sheets, April 5th has half the mast head missing, May 5th is lacking its covers, front and back. The other issues are in good condition, however.
This is a trade magazine rather than one for amateurs, comprising a mixture of articles and advertisements.
In all issues the text is legible and b/w diagrams and illustrations remain clear. There are occasional b/w photographs and many striking advertisements ("Austins of East Ham, the biggest name in joinery" is a pleasantly coloured advert, also interesting architect's plans for a variety of buildings which were probably the height of innovation at that time.

Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
22 x 32 cms
Edition:
1956-1957
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
The Illustrated Carpenter & Builder
Title:
The Illustrated Carpenter & Builder

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