Old German Style (Altdeutsche Deckung)
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Fig. 1.: Oldgerman slating with Thuringian slate. The shape of the slate shingles are in Thuringian Cut (= Thüringer Hieb).
Fig. 2.: Detail from Fig. 1
Fig. 3.: With Oldgerman slating each roof is absolutely unique due to the different hights of each course and the varying widths of the slate shingles.
Fig. 4.: Thuringian slates. The shape of the slate shingles are in Thuringian cut.
Fig. 5.: Differences of slate shingles: different cuts and description of a slate shingle.
Fig. 6.: graph for right-roofing
Fig. 7.: graph for left-roofing
Fig. 8.: Oldgerman slating in Rheinic cut
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