Probably unused Bench stop no.169 made by Record. Comes complete with...
An unused, unopened Spear & Jackson sawset. These sawsets are made...
Hardwood handled drill brace no.78, 10In made by Stanley. This brace has...
An unused fine sharpening oilstone made by Norton India. Dimensions: 8 x...
A medium and a fine gouge sharpening stones.
A hardwood infill panel plate with decorative pieced heart brass lever cap.
A collection of GTL tools. These tools came from a GTL tool box.
A set of 6 boxwood handled paring chisels made by I.Sorby, Sheffield.
Descriptive Geometry for Architects and Builders by Leslie A. Lee and R. Fraser Reekie, dated 1943.
Organization of Building Sites, H.M Stationary Office 1959, 186 pages with pull out tasles, black & white photographs..
Laxton's building price book. 1957, 1072 pages with interesting and old advertisments and information.
Estimating for building and public works by B.Price - Davies (believed 1927).
How to estimate being the analysis of builders prices by J.T.Rea. 1947.
Newnes Pratical Householder Complete Home Maintenance. Preface reads: ”Everything the householder needs to know in order to maintain and improve his home..
The building Encyclopedia (Volume 3) A handbook of Modern building practice for the working builder by Blaxland Stubbs.
Laxton's building price book. 1960, 1044 pages.
Building Contracts including a commentary on the J.C.T standard Form of building contract. Donald Keating, Q.C, B.A of Lincoln’s Inn a recorder.
Modern Architectural Design by Howard Robertson, dated 1932.
Estimating analysis for Building by G.Chrystal Smith. 68 pages.
Quantities in architectural building construction volume 1 by F.E.Drury & Graham Doyle, 1934, 235 pages with illustrations.
A.B.C of Builders Estimating by R.G.Bailey 1948, 24 pages.
Principals of modern building Vol 1, H.M Stationery Office, 1950, 420 pages, includes tables, illustrations and black & white photographs.
The pressure piling system.
Principles of Modern Building Volume 2 - Floors and Roofs. Published in 1961 by Her Majesty's Stationary office
How to look at Buildings by Darcy Braddell with 12 plates and 16 illustrations in the text, fourth edition 1949.
A practical treatise on the construction of Oblique Arches by John Hart, third edition. Published by John Weale Architectual Library, dated 1847.