is a sectional view of a fall front writing bureau fitted with centre or pivot hinges and arranged so that the edges form a stop when the desk front is turned to a horizontal position. The position for the fitting of the brass plates carrying the pivot-pin is somewhat awkward; but, by first sinking the plates into the carcase ends, and then slotting the edges of the fall, it will be found that the fall front may be put in from its horizontal position, and that sufficient room is left to enable the screwdriver to be manipulated without inconvenience.
Fig. 242.—Fall Front of Writing Bureau.
Fig. 243.—Revolving Fly Rail for Table. See Pivoted Fly or Front Rail.
Fig. 244.— Draught Screen Tape Hinge.
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