ART AND MYSTERY
ON THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
BOOT AND SHOE-MAKING.
WITH ILLUSTRATIVE COPPER PLATES,
By JOHN F. REES
PRINTED FOR GALE, CURTIS, AND FENNER,
Printed by Richard Taylor and Co., Shoe-Lane
PART THE FIRST.
|THREAD and WAX||2|
|Manís Shoe (Making)||15|
|Manís Pump (ditto)||39|
|Channel Pump (ditto)||45|
|Manís Boot (ditto)||48|
|Cork Sole Boot or Shoe||52|
|Womanís Wood-heel Pump||54|
|Woman's Wood-heel ditto, Silk, &c||68|
|Womanís Shoe, &c||74|
|Womanís Cork Shoe||77|
|Womanís Cork Pump||78|
|Turn-over Pump or Shoe||78|
|Womanís Plain-heel Shoe or Pump||80|
PART THE SECOND.
|Cutting of Menís Shoes||85|
|Cutting of Menís Boots||103|
|Cutting of Hessian Boots||120|
|Cutting of Half-Boots to lace||126|
|Cutting of Womenís Shoes or Slippers||128|
|Cutting of Womenís Half-Boots||132|
|Cutting of Hide Leather for Soles, &c||133|
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