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768 'I'UHOKY OF ARCHITI'XTUEK. Took II.

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Jf the panels of lo-inch doors are raised, or if double margii.al d'ors, so describe
them. All the above must be specified as to be hung folding, if the nature of the
work so requires.
Wainscot doors.

H-inch wainscot, 2 panels, square


;
and bead flush and square
;
and
moulded and square
;
and bend flush on both sides; and be.id flush and moul'ieil.
2-ineh wainscot, 2 panels
;
2^-inch wainscot, 2 panels
;
follow in the s:jme order.
lA-inL-h wainscot, 4 p:inels, follow in the same order, and may be moulded on
both sides; also 2-inch wainscot, 4 panels; and 2^-inch wainscot, 4 panels; also
2-inch wainscot, 6 panels; also 2|^-inch wainscot, 6 panels; and so on.
Wainscot sash doors.

2-inch wainscot, with diminished stiles, lower panel moulded,


bead flush, with astragal and hollow sash; or ditto, with astragal and hollow
sash, moulded on both sides : or 2^-inch wainscot sash doors, diminished stiles,
h^wer panels moulded, and bead flush, with astragal and hollow sash
;
or ditto,
Avith astragal and hollow sash, moulded on both sides. These may be hung
folding, double margined, or moulded on the raising.
Mahogany doors, or best Spanish mahogany if required (of course now veneered)

2-inch Honduras mahogan}', 2 panels, moulded and square


;
or moulded on both
sides. 2-inch Honduras mahogany, 4 panels, moulded and square ; or moulded
on both sides. 2-inch Honduras mahogany, 6 panels, moulded and square; or
moulded on both sides. 2^-inch Honduras mahogany, 4 panels, moulded and
square
;
or moulded on both sides. 2|-inch Honduras mahogany, 6 pane's,
moulded and square; or moulded on both sides. These may be hung folding;
with projecting mouldings; or with double margins.
Mahogany sash doors.

2-inch Honduras mahogany, astragal and hollow, bottom


panel moulded and square; or bottom panel moulded on both sides; or 2i-inch
Honduras mahogany, astragal and hollow, 1 ottora panel moulded and smmre;
or bottom panel moulded on both sides. These may be hung folding; or with
double margin
;
or diminished stiles.
Rdernal doors.

2-inch wrought, ledged, framed, and braced, folding (or other)


doors, with stop chamfered, arched heads, stiles, rails, and bracts, crvered on the
outside with |-inch wrought, tongued, and
V
.jointed oak boarding, hung to solid
oak frame (or on binge-hooks let into stone jiinibs), with strong, heavy, wrought
iron mediieval hinges, and fastened with best rim dead lock cased with oak, and
a heavy wrought iron latch, with bold ornamental drop handle and plate, key-plate,
&e., all wrought according to detail drawing (or a price to be stnted for each
article). The frames to be of oak, 6 inches by 4 inches, wrought, double rebated,
stop chamfered, grooved, &c., tenoued into stone steps, and to have extra strong
hooks on plates screwed to same.
2-inch deal, 4 panels, the loAver panels headbutt and .squire, and the upper panels
square both sides
;
or the upper panels bead butt on the backs
;
or the upper
panels bead flush on the back. .The panels m:iy liave raised mouldings.
2|-inch deal, 4 panels, the lower panels bead butt and square, upper panels f-quare
on both sides
;
or bead butt on the back
;
or bead flush on the back
;
with perhaps
raised mouldings.
2-inch deal, 6 panels, lower panels bead butt and square, upper panels square both
sides
;
or bead butt on the back
;
with perhaps raised moiddings.
2^-inch deal, 6 panels, the lower panels bead butt and square, and the upper panels
square both sides
;
or lead butt on the back ; or beiid flush on the back; witli
perhaps raised mouldinfls, double margined, &c. Describe any of these external
doors, if to be hung folding, or with circular or curved heads.
Sash doors.

1^-inch deal, 2 panels, square, diminished stiles, and ovolo sash


;
and
bead bult and square, diminislied stiles, and ovolo sash
;
and bead flush and
square, diminished stiles, and ovolo sash
;
and moulded and square, diminished
stiles, and ovolo sash
;
and moulded and bead butt, diminished stiles, and ovolo
sash
;
and moulded and bead flush, diminished stiles, and ovolo sash
;
and moulded
on both sides, diminished stiles, and ovolo s;tsh.
2-inch deal, 2 panels, squai-e, diminished stiles, and ovolo sash, in the same order.
2^-inch deal, 2 panels, square, diminished stiles, and ovolo sash, in the same order
All these may be hung folding, or with marginal lights.
In describing joiner's work, specify the ironmongery to be used ; that is, the hinges,
locks, fastenings, and furniture. There is now great variety.
Common framed J-panel doors are usually hung with 3i-inch butts and 7-inch iron
lim stock locks. Better doors are hung with 4-inch iron or brass butts, mortise
locks and brass knob furniture. Folding doors, if heavy, should have
4i
or 5-inch
brass butts, and if necessary lo clear mouldings, they should be hung with
pro-
jecting brass butts, be prf)vided with flush and other bolts, and mortise locks and