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by Mark Rees,Jane Rees


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A detailed examination of Gabriel's journal from 1770 until 1809 which gives a unique insight into the family tool business in London and into Gabriel's connection with the London trade. Stock inventories for a number of years are reproduced.

Jane Rees (Author), Mark Rees (Author). A detailed examination of Gabriel's journal from 1770 until 1809 which gives a unique insight into the family tool business in London and into Gabriel's connection with the London trade. Also included are photographs of a selection of marked Gabriel planes and braces.

The book" of Christopher Gabriel, planemaker and tool seller in London from 1770 until 1809, has fortuitously survived to give those interested in tools and trades a unique insight into a family business in late 18th century London

The book" of Christopher Gabriel, planemaker and tool seller in London from 1770 until 1809, has fortuitously survived to give those interested in tools and trades a unique insight into a family business in late 18th century London

The book of Christopher Gabriel, planemaker and tool seller in London from 1770 until 1809, gives a unique insight into a family business in late 18th century London.

The book of Christopher Gabriel, planemaker and tool seller in London from 1770 until 1809, gives a unique insight into a family business in late 18th century London. From this and other sources it has been possible to draw a picture of a small but developing business and to trace Gabriel’s connections with other toolmakers of the time, both in London and elsewhere. Perhaps the most valuable parts of the Gabriel legacy are the two inventories of his stock that have survived

Jane Rees, Mark Rees.

Jane Rees, Mark Rees. The book" of Christopher Gabriel, planemaker and tool seller in London from 1770 until 1809, has fortuitously survived to give those interested in tools and trades a unique insight into a family business in late 18th century London. From this andother sources it has been possible to draw a picture of a small but developing business in an uncommon trade-planemaker and tool seller-and to trace Gabriel's connections with othertoolmakers of the time, both in London and elsewhere

Address: Somerset, England.

Address: Somerset, England. I also have personally written about tools and trades for various publications on a regular basis.

For those wishing to read in detail about the planemaker, I can do no better than refer to the excellent book, Christopher Gabriel and the Tool Trade in 18th Century London by Jane and Mark Rees. There is also a great set of papers on Gabriel on Google Books, Eighteenth Century Woodworking Tools by James. This article was scanned from the July 1994 issue of ToolTalk.

No current Talk conversations about this book.

Coauthors & Alternates.

ISBN 9780947673154 (978-47673-15-4) Softcover, Tool & Trades History Society, 2004. Coauthors & Alternates.

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Christopher Gabriel and the Tool Trade in 18th Century London download epub
Economics
Author: Mark Rees,Jane Rees
ISBN: 0904638111
Category: Business & Money
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Astragal Pr (December 1997)
Pages: 92 pages