Common-Sense Stair Building and Handrailing; Handrailing in Three Divisions showing three of the simplest methods known in the art, with complete instructions for laying out and working handrails suitable for any kind of stair, straight circular or elliptical, or for stairs with landings and cylinders. Stair building covers upwards of eighty pages, devoted to newel or platform stairs chiefly, giving instructions for their building, planning and decoration. Fred T. Hodgson.

Common-Sense Stair Building and Handrailing; Handrailing in Three Divisions showing three of the simplest methods known in the art, with complete instructions for laying out and working handrails suitable for any kind of stair, straight circular or elliptical, or for stairs with landings and cylinders. Stair building covers upwards of eighty pages, devoted to newel or platform stairs chiefly, giving instructions for their building, planning and decoration.

London: Crosby Lockwood And Sons, 1890. Second edition. Hardcover. 58 pages. 19.5 x 14 cm. Illustrated with over 250 drawings and diagrams, and containing a glossary of terms use in stair building and handrailing; and in addition, 25 moderate priced house designs, showing the perspective view and floor plans. Ex-Library, owners signature on head of paste-down endpaper, crisp, clean copy. Original green cloth decorated in blind. Near fine. Item #19600

Price: $175.00

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