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Hand Forging by Thomas F. Googerty

SCROLLWORK
p.121

In Fig. 74 are shown some drawings of scroll ends which can be used in connection with scrollwork, making it more interesting. The drawings show the ends shaped, also the pieces as they appear before being formed.

Fig. 74.   Scroll Ends

In drilling the holes for rivets to fasten together the different members of a flat scroll, a long flat drill should be used. A slate pencil is used to mark the places for the holes. These are marked first on the edge of the stock, as shown by the
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SCROLLWORK p.121 In Fig. 74 are shown some drawings of scroll ends which can be used in connection with scrollwork, making it more interesting. The drawings show the ends shaped, also the pieces as they appear before being formed. Fig. 74. Scroll Ends In drilling the holes for rivets to fasten together the different members of a flat scroll, a long flat drill should be used. A slate pencil is used to mark the places for the holes. These are marked first on the edge of the stock, as shown by the

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