Benjamin, Asher, 1773-1845. / The American builder's companion; or, A new system of architecture: particularly adapted to the present style of building in the United States of America
Plate 19 [description of stairs], pp. Plate 19-35
PLATE 19. '; DESCRPI a a 'OF STAIRS. PIG. I, SHOWS the manner of placing newels. They always ought to be placed so as to cause the extreme part of the nosing of the step to be flush with them, they are represented by the dotted lines on the plate. FIG., 2. A isa nwel for aplain staircaseC D Sideview of handrail. Bu B &4.- tions 6f steps. C and C Section -of risers. FIG* 3, Shows the manner of framing carriges to circular stairs. a c de b areh t. endsoftbf aplakrser. D is a de view of aplank4 riser. The sbaed4 ; < are the mor to ceve the tenons of 4 &c. n an n n n #: Aot tions ofoppafi i. ]FIG.~4 f f . ~S; oh a ti f O- w:thec arpaM seethe t' a_ c:dtuJi X artthe end views of the p risers, andf; i ksideview.offghJi- -i l0:- 3, thedotttdlir show both mor0eg and tto afcgdh £ I ffu - .'.. s C q Q.rbnfuri~wA mi f .laI of £..,xw* wl;4&Ia-v t - m~ ar i0a wWI.W5 I aui- d , eii cw- .7 2- :, t If -. ;I--,. . I I - I _ I - I - "I ':t r '- , *t z , I i I 1 *; I 'o -, - _'.I " -cI - Z '
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