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Robertson & Mullens Ltd, Melbourne - first edition, 1947. Hardcover, 11¼" x 8½" (lacks jacket). Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stamps, and advts at rear. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Brown cloth-bound boards with dark-brown title to spine, photographic frontis (the author), two-colour title page, 29 other b&w photographs, many black & red scale drawings, questions & answers, and index. To grasp the essentials of roof cutting by any of the usual methods which tradesmen employ is to consider a 'cut' not as an independent sloping line but as the hypotenuse of a right-angle triangle with a definite base and height. This is true of the Steel Square method because the carpenter has a perfect right-angle, and when asked to set out a cut does not immediatley concern himself with the bevel but with the rise and run.