By Edward Hoppus
London   John Smith
6.5" by 2.5" xl, 205pp
An interesting mathematical guide to measuring.
By Edward Hoppus

1848 Hoppus's Practical Measurer; or Measuring Made Easy to the Meanest Capacity By a New Set of Tables, Which Shew at Sight the Solid Content of Any Piece of Timber, Stone &c.

London   John Smith
6.5" by 2.5" xl, 205pp
An interesting mathematical guide to measuring.
£24.99
: 0.5kgs / : LTH23-B-19

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Leather Binding

A fascinating and helpful guide to measuring. Written by Edward Hoppus. He invented the Hoppus unit of measuring, measuring the solid content and value of any building materials that is square or round. Previous owner's ink inscription to rear free endpaper.

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In a morocco binding. Externally, sound. Some llight wear to extremities, rubbing and marks to boards. Front hinge failed, reinforcement to both hinges with paper. Internally, generally firmly bound although strained in places. Pages are bright but with occasional scattered foxing and handling marks.

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