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Last edited 28 Dec 2020
A scarf joint is: ‘A type of joint between two timbers meeting end-to-end and designed to appear as one continuous piece.’
Ref Drawing for Understanding, Creating Interpretive Drawings of Historic Buildings, published by Historic England in 2016.
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