Practical Sheet and Plate Metal Work: For the Use of Boilermakers, Braziers, Coppersmiths, Iron Workers, Plumbers, Sheet Metalworkers, Tinsmiths, Whitesmiths, Zincworkers, and Others who Require a Knowledge of the Working Up of Metals Or Development of Surfaces
Sir I. Pitman & sons, Limited, 1940 - 612 páginas
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