Sterling 1st 1983
4to, min bmps to bds, min wr to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 640 gms
(Order reference 10427).
B T Batsford 1st 1983
4to pb 168pp F 505 gms
(Order reference 10505).
Unwin Hyman 1st 1987
square fmt 4to pb 169pp, v v min wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++ 465 gms
(Order reference 10577).
Sterling 1st 1999
4to pb 224pp F 530 gms
(Order reference 10649).
Guild of Master Craftsman rep 1998
4to pb 168pp F 525 gms
(Order reference 11150).
The art of woodfinishing can improve an uninspired piece of woodwork, but poor staining and polishing can equally ruin good craftsmanship. Because of this, woodfinishing has gained an air of mystery, and is often thought of as difficult to master, especially by students and amateur woodworkers.
Woodfinishing is the complete guide to every kind of finish, traditional and modern: beginning with why we finish wood and the importance of good preparation, the book examines methods of darkening, lightening, colouring and enhancing wood. How to preserve and treat timber, and when and how to strip and restore finishes, both interior and exterior, are all explained clearly and fully.
The straightforward, common-sense text is based upon years of professional and teaching experience, and is backed up by 136 colour and black-and-white photographs and nearly 50 line drawings. There are step-by-step instructions for woodfinishing techniques in words and pictures, and checklists for identifying and improving finishes are included.
As Ian Hosker says: `I hope that this book goes some way towards dispelling the mystique that surrounds woodfinishing, and helps you develop your skills.'
C 0 N T E N T S
The Right Finish for the Job : Power Sanding : Health and Safety
Surface Preparation : Staining and Bleaching : Wax and Oil Polishing
French Polishing : Varnishes : Modern Synthetic Lacquers
Colouring : Finishing Turned Work : Protecting Timber
A Guide to Refinishing : Painted Finishes : Limed Oak
Recipes for Finishes
Stobart Davies 1st 1998
4to pb 198pp F 700 gms
(Order reference 11246).
Guild of Master Craftsmen 1st 1998
4to pb 183pp F 720 gms
(Order reference 11247).
Grove Weidenfeld 1st 1990
square format 4to F/F 620 gms
(Order reference 12103)
B T Batsford 1st 1985
4to M/F 835 gms
(Order reference 12171).
Hamlyn/Build It Magazine 1st 2005
4to pb 256pp F+ 930 gms
(Order reference 12172).
Evans Brothers rep 1951
8vo, v min bmps to bds, short indented line to fr bd + fr of d/w, min staining, sl wr + small pce mssg to slightly grubby d/w, tiny name to fep o/w VG+/VG+ 425 gms
(Order reference 12581).
Ted Smart 1st 2005
square format 4to pb 160pp VG++ 480 gms
(Order reference 14542).
Sobart & Son 1st pb edn 1986
large 8vo pb 288pp, sl wr to edges of cvrs + some min bmps + marks to cvrs o/w VG++ 450 gms
(Order reference 14672A).
16pp 8vo stapled booklet, moderate crsing + wr, staining from rusty staples o/w VG 15 gms
(Order reference 14915)
Sterling 1st 1995
4to paperback 192 pages F 500 gms
(Order reference 15416)
“This volume offers actual 3-dimensional usable projects rather than typical flat cutouts. Make mirrors, clocks, candle holders, snap-together boxes, vases, earrings, baskets, shelves, puzzles, key racks, and more."
Evans Bros reprint 1949
8vo, blue boards with red titling to front board & spine. Small name + date to front free endpaper, foxing to endpapers, tears, creasing + pieces missing to d/w. D/w in clear film sleeve o/w VG/P 335 gms
(Order reference 15655)
Orbis reprint 1978
4to, black boards with gold titling to spine, slight foxing to inside d/w o/w VG++/VG+ 810 gms
(Order reference 15656)
BBC 1st 1985
4to, glazed pict bds, v v min wr o/w VG++ 732 gms
(Order reference 2753).
Future Books 1st 1995
lrge 4to F/F 740 gms
(Order reference 2874).
Collier 1st thus 1976
4to, glazed pict bds, min spotting to prelims o/w VG+ 436 gms
(Order reference 2965).
BBC/John Murray rep 1983
4to, glazed pict bds, min dmge to hd of sp o/w VG++ 1050 gms
(Order reference 2966).
BBC 1st 1985
4to, glazed pict bds VG++ 748 gms
(Order reference 2967).
4to, glazed pict bds F 748 gms
(Order reference 2968).
4to, glazed pict bds F 616 gms
(Order reference 2969).
Macdonald/Orbis rep 1988
4to pb 112pp, min wr to edges o/w VG+ 462 gms
(Order reference 2970).
David & Charles 1st 1981
ex lib, fep mssg, ex libris plate to 1/2 title, rems of adhesive to bds, sunning to d/w sp o/w VG+/VG+ 680 gms
(Order reference 3094).
Frederick Warne 1st 1963
8vo, silver titling to fr bd + sp, dulling, sm trs + chps, min crsing + sm stn to d/w o/w VG+/VG 605 gms
(Order reference 3099).
Sterling Publishing 1993
4to pb 127pp, min bmps, wr + sl crsing o/w VG++ 350 gms
(Order reference 3308).
Evans Bros nd (1937?)
no d/w, pds, eps + frontis verso covered in tiny neat notes about various kinds of wood VG++ 305 gms
(Order reference 3435).
Homeowner Press 1st 1985
4to pb 160pp, v sl wr to edges of cvrs, v sm split to tail of sp o/w VG+ 470 gms
(Order reference 3502).
B T Batsford 1st 1981
v vmin bmps o/w F/F 600 gms
(Order reference 3555).
Evans Bros rep 1949
8vo, v sl stning to bds, stning, chps + wr to d/w + sm amt of loss o/w VG++/VG+ 340 gms
(Order reference 3890).
Bell & Hyman rep 1981
4to VG++/VG++ 860 gms
(Order reference 4007).
David & Charles 1st 1989
4to F/F 740 gms
(Order reference 4008).
Tiger Books rep 1988
large 4to F/F 950 gms
(Order reference 4179).
George Allen & Unwin 1st 1982
4to, glazed pict bds, v v min bmps to bd edges o/w F 745 gms
(Order reference 4221).
B T Batsford 1st 1985
4to, v v min bmps + wr to bds o/w VG++/VG++ 590 gms
(Order reference 4261).
Ray Key is one of Britain's most respected and successful wood turners. He sets out in detail here how to master the basics of the craft, and then, by explaining many design principles, shows how to take your work that important stage further.
In a book that is both personal and instructive, he discusses the types of lathe that are commonly available and the ones he has used, other machinery necessary to help in the successful practice of woodturning (something not mentioned in most books on the subject), the hand tools required — with special emphasis on the development of high-speed steel tools, their benefits and disadvantages - chucks and accessories, general workshop advice, finishing methods and tips (some of which will be found a little unusual but highly useful). There are detailed and highly illustrated sections on the making of platters, boxes and bowls, finishing with some advanced projects designed to test and stretch the ability of those readers who have reached a higher standard of proficiency.
Processes and techniques are illustrated, as well as examples of finished work by the author and a number of internationally-known woodturners that will provide inspiration for all those practising this fascinating craft.
121 black and white photographs 181 line illustrations 9 colour photographs
Dover 1st 1981
4to pb 179pp, v min wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++. 84 ills. 315 gms
(Order reference 4984).
David & Charles 1st 1981
4to, few tiny stains to inside of d/w, d/w sp sunned + v v min crsing to hd of sp, name + date to fr pd o/w VG++/VG++ 695 gms
(Order reference 5046).
B T Batsford 1st 1977
4to, v min bmp to bds, v min wr + crsing to d/w o/w VG+ 660 gms
(Order reference 5282).
Ward Lock 1st 1996
4to M/F 750 gms
(Order reference 5419).
Richard Blizzard has been designing and building garden projects for many years. The very best of these have now been brought together in this practical, easy-to-follow book — with attractive, money-saving ideas to liven up your garden.
Blizzard's Garden Woodwork presents a portfolio of garden ideas. There are simple projects such as an oriental bird table, a mosaic herb planter and wildlife boxes which demonstrate basic woodworking skills, as well as more ambitious items including a hammock stand, barbecue trolley and storage bench. Projects such as a pergola and a poet's seat utilize the range of skills acquired throughout the book.
Each project is illustrated with a colour photograph, line drawings and detailed cutting lists to take the reader through the construction methods step by step. There is also invaluable advice on materials, tools, preservatives and general woodworking techniques.
This wonderful collection provides something for everyone. With Blizzard's Garden Woodwork both the complete novice and the experienced woodworker can construct all kinds of garden features and be delighted with the results.
Orbis 1st 1980
4to, v v min bmps to bds, v v min wr to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG++ 770 gms
(Order reference 5485).
4to, v min bmps to bds, sl crsing + chps to d/w edges o/w VG++/VG+ 770 gms
(Order reference 5783).
Guild of Master Craftsmen rep 1992
4to pb 144pp, v v sl wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++ 390 gms
(Order reference 5786).
Sterling 1st 1988
4to pictorial bds F 1080
(Order reference 5970).
Sterling 15th prtg 1986
4to pb 224pp, v min wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG+ 525 gms
(Order reference 6068).
Sir Isaac Pitman 1st 1946
8vo, v min dmge to bds, wr, chps + crsing to d/w with pces mssg, esp to front of d/w o/w VG/G 430 gms
(Order reference 6132).
Orbis 1st 1981
4to, v v min spotting to prelims + inside d/w o/w VG++/VG++ 705 gms
(Order reference 6448).
Unwin Hyman 1st 1988
4to F/VG++ 655 gms
(Order reference 6449).
BTJ/International Thomson 2nd edn 1985
large 8vo pb 295pp, v v min wr to cvrs, prev owner's bookplate to fep o/w VG++ 445 gms
(Order reference 6547).
Mitchell Beazley revised edition 1997
4to, v v min shelfwear to bds, gift inscr to fep o/w VG++/VG++ 895 gms
(Order reference 6610).
BBC 1st 1987
4to, glazed pictorial boards F 1075 gms
(Order reference 6613).
Guild of Master Craftsmen 1st 2001
large 4to pb 210pp F 820 gms
(Order reference 6621).
Guild of Master Craftsmen 1st 1997 large
4to pb 122pp, v v min bmps to edges o/w VG++ 510 gms
(Order reference 6765).
Consumers Association & Hodder & Stoughton rep 1985
landscape format 4to pb 180pp VG++ 520 gms
(Order reference 7484).
B T Batsford fully revised edition 1994
4to pb 169pp F+ 600 gms
(Order reference 7507).
Betterway Books 1st 1996
4to, glazed pictorial boards, v slight sunning to bds o/w F 795 gms
(Order reference 7561).
4to pb 160pp, min wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++ 395 gms
(Order reference 7563).
Sterling 1st 1983
4to pb 224pp, wear + crsing to cvrs o/w VG+ 565 gms
(Order reference 7601).
Allman & Son 1st 1969
large 4to, cloth covered bds with slight sunning to btm edge, wr, chips + crsing to d/w, small area of abrasion to fep o/w VG+/VG 1000 gms
(Order reference 7902).
Thomas Parsons & Sons no publication date (c 1900)
8vo, childish writing to fep verso + corresponding staining to title page + rear endpaper verso o/w VG+ 310 gms
(Order reference 7908).
Guild of Master Craftsmen 1st 2000
8vo pb 72pp F 165 gms
(Order reference 7978).
New Holland 1st 1996
4to pb 64pp, v v min wr to edges of cvrs o/w VG++ 295 gms
(Order reference 8202).
Guild of Master Craftsmen rep 2000
large 4to pb 170pp F 630 gms
(Order reference 8328).
Consumers' Association & Hodder & Stoughton 4th rep 1988
landscape format 4to pb 180pp, v v min wr to edges of cvrs, inscr to fep o/w VG++ 465 gms
(Order reference 8377).
B T Batsford 1st 1993
large 4to pb 128pp VG++ 570 gms
(Order reference 8787).
Fed up with wordy explanations that make building a kitchen cabinet seem like a reconstruction of the Eiffel Tower? This book has visual solutions to your practical problems. Divided into four parts, it illustrates furnitureconstruction, joints, repair and restoration before offering an alternativeapproach to furniture conversion. Exploded diagrams and hands-on photographs demonstrate the essential techniques, covering a comprehensive array of modern and traditional furniture:
• cupboards • doors • shutters • windows • drawers • shelves
• locks • knobs • handles • boxes • frames • tables • chairs
Cassell 1st 1996 4to
F/VG++ 735 gms
(Order reference 9073).
W & G Foyles rep 1973
8vo glazed pictorial boards VG++ 160 gms
(Order reference 9908).