The Rudiments of Practical Bricklaying: In Six Sections : General Principles of Bricklaying, Arch Drawing, Cutting, and Setting, Different Kinds of Pointing, Paving, Tiling, Materials, Slating, and Plastering, Practical Geometry, Mensuration, Etc
C. Lockwood, 1885 - 116 páginas
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The rules of bricklaying haven't changed much over the ages. This book definitely has enough information to give any beginning bricklayer an excellent foundation for his trade. I would suggest looking into modern codes for required mortars to make sure you are on the right track.