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Start by marking Chats on Old Copper and Brass as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The object of so doing has been to awaken still greater interest-if that is possible-in the collection of copper and brass, and to preserve to futurity metal objects from which the utilitarian purpose of their manufacture is fast waning-if not already gone. The Brass of Commerce. Bell Metal and Other Alloys. The Sources from which Copper is Derived. Chapter I the metal and its alloys. Bronzes of Greece and Rome and Eastern Nations. The Characteristics of the Metals.
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The collection of old metal may at first sight appear a somewhat unattractive hobby; a moment's reflection, however, brings to mind the wonderful art treasures . Books related to Chats on Old Copper and Brass (Illustrations).
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Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. Fred (Frederick) William Burgess (1855-1945) was the British author of: Chats on Old Coins (1913), Chats on Old Copper and Brass (1914), Chats on Household Curios (1914), Antique Furniture (1915), Ol. .Pottery and Porcelain (? ), Antique Jewellery and Trinkets (1919), Silver, Pewter, Sheffield Plate (1921) and Old Prints and Engravings (1924). MoreLess Show More Show Less. Chats on household curios. This little book has been compiled to emphasise and accentuate the distinct awakening of English women and Needlecraft Artists to the beauty of the ancient laces and embroideries which we own in the magnificent historic collections in our great public Museums. We are fortunate in possessing in the Victoria and Albert Museum monumental specimens of both lace and needlework.