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Concrete Fences, Gate-Posts & Walls.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London: The Concrete Utilities Bureau, nd.(c.1920).:

Seller ID: 42754


Fifth in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and stru... View more info

Concrete Tanks & Cisterns.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: The Concrete Utilities Bureau, nd.(1920).:

Seller ID: 42753


Third in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and stru... View more info

Concrete. How It Is Made.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London: The Concrete Utilities Bureau, nd.(c.1920).:

Seller ID: 42752


Second in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and str... View more info

Concrete: A Unique Building Material and Substitute for Timber, Bricks, Iron & Steel.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London: The Concrete Utilities Bureau, nd. (c.1920).:

Seller ID: 42751


First in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and stru... View more info

Concrete Blocks. How to Make and Use Them.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London: The Concrete Utilities Bureau, nd. (c.1920).:

Seller ID: 42758


Twelfth in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and st... View more info

Concrete Farm Buildings.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London: The Concrete Utilities Bureau, nd. (c.1920).:

Seller ID: 42755


Eighth in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and str... View more info

Concrete in the Home.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £6.00

Publisher: London:The Concrete Utilities Bureau, nd. (c.1920).:

Seller ID: 42757


Eleventh in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and s... View more info

Concrete Troughs and Wells.

By: THE CONCRETE UTILITIES BUREAU.

Price: £5.00

Publisher: London: The Concrete Utilities Burea, nd.(c.1920).:

Seller ID: 42756


Ninth in a series of pamphlets issued by The Concrete Utilities Bureau, which was established in 1916 by the Associated Portland Cement Company [APCM] to promote the use of concrete as a building material. Inside front cover states: "A Permanent Collection of Concrete Products has been arranged at 143 Grosvenor Road, SW1 (near Victoria Station), and is open daily from 10 to 4 (Saturdays excepted). A cordial invitation to visit this exhibition is extended to all who are interested in the smaller uses of concrete, and to those who wish to see actual specimens of many of the articles and stru... View more info