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Archibald Williams: The Mechanic's Friend

£17.99

Product description

"Hints, data, suggestions, recipes, instructions on many subjects." Published Thomas Nelson and Sons(Thought to be circa 1922). Hardback with no dust jacket in good condition. Yellow, grey and black cloth hardback with illustrated front cover. Inside front cover has pasted book plate presented as third prize from the Superintendent of East Indian Railway Schools to a pupil at Oak Grove School. Foxing first few pages and edges but text is tight and generally clean with slight age toning. Illustrated in black and white.

Preface excerpt:
“The purpose of this volume is to give information of a practical kind in connection with the working of metal and wood, hydraulics, electrical apparatus, tools, machinery and kindred subjects. Limitations of space have compelled treatment of individual items to be brief in many cases, but the author has endeavoured after judicious selection of his material, to present it in such a form.”

Item details

Author(s):
Archibald Williams
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
408
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd.
Title:
The Mechanic's Friend

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About this item

"Hints, data, suggestions, recipes, instructions on many subjects." Published Thomas Nelson and Sons(Thought to be circa 1922). Hardback with no dust jacket in good condition. Yellow, grey and black cloth hardback with illustrated front cover. Inside front cover has pasted book plate presented as third prize from the Superintendent of East Indian Railway Schools to a pupil at Oak Grove School. Foxing first few pages and edges but text is tight and generally clean with slight age toning. Illustrated in black and white.

Preface excerpt:
“The purpose of this volume is to give information of a practical kind in connection with the working of metal and wood, hydraulics, electrical apparatus, tools, machinery and kindred subjects. Limitations of space have compelled treatment of individual items to be brief in many cases, but the author has endeavoured after judicious selection of his material, to present it in such a form.”

Author(s):
Archibald Williams
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
8vo
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
408
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd.
Title:
The Mechanic's Friend

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