By John MorrisPublication date 1953
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This handbook, the 7th of the Woodworker Series, is issued with the objective of instructing those who wish to enter the ranks of woodcarvers and to start them on the road to become eventually, if their inclination and aptitude leads them that way, experts in the craft of woodcarving.
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THESE lessons have been drawn up for students who are intending to follow cither the Course of Manual Training in Woodwork, as indicated in the instructions of the Science and Art Department, or that as specified by the City and Guilds of London Institute : to teach the use of tools employed in the handicrafts using wood, and to serve as a disciplinary educational course in training the hand and eye to accuracy, by a progressive series of exercises connected with Freehand and Drawing to Scale, and thus tend to produce thoughtful and efficient workmen.
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By CourtlandFret-Sawing and Wood-Carving for Amateurs is book by George A. Sawyer. This book was downloaded from the Google Books Project.
By CourtlandWood Carving, Design and Workmanship is a book by George Jack, Copyright Year of 1903. This book was downloaded from the Google Books Project.
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