William Fairham published Woodwork Joints in the 1920s, but it remains a useful reference work to this day, especially for woodworkers who favor the use of hand tools. Plum Park Press is proud to present this miniature version of the revised edition, complete and unabridged with more than 400 illustrations, in two volumes.
Each volume is bound between real wooden boards - oak for volume 1, and walnut for volume 2. And the two volumes come with a maple bookstand in the form of a traditional woodworker's miter-box.
Each volume consists of 260 pages, with overall dimensions of 73 x 53 x 25 mm (2-3/8 x 2-1/16 x 1 inches). The edition consists of 20 copies, price $100 each plus $10 for shipping and handling.