by John Fuller Sr.
Written in 1893 by one of the leading practitioners, this book has come to be recognized as the classic work in its field. All aspects of this important craft are covered, from the making of household copper goods and ornaments, to copper piping, three- and four-way expansion joints and double bends, brewery, locomotive, and ship installations-from the simplest, to the most complicated and demanding work. Over 474 illustrations and completely indexed. 352 pages. 6" x 91/4". Soft cover.
A classic, practical and east to follow book on coppersmithing...one of the best practical books for the aspiring tinsmith as well. (Blacksmith's Gazette)
Publisher: Astragal Press