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Books of sundry draughtes : principaly serving for glasiers, and not impertinent for planterers, and gardeners, besides sundry other professions / by Henry Shaw
Bib ID 598924
Format BookBook
Author
Gidde, Walter
 
Description London : Pickering, 1848 
1 v. : illus. 
Notes

Almost wholly copied from a small volume entitled, A book of sundry draughters ... [by W. Gidde] Lond., 1615.

Subjects Decoration and ornament.  |  Geometrical drawing.
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650 0 |aDecoration and ornament.
650 0 |aGeometrical drawing.
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