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indicates the method of pelleting and screwing the corner of a picture frame. The mitre joint is first screwed and a pellet of the same timber is made to fill the hole which has been bored to receive the screw head. The pellet is glued in position and levelled off.


Fig. 358.—Patera Covers to Hide Screws. Fig. 358.—Patera Covers to Hide Screws.






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