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The Glassmakers Pilkington: 1826-1976

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Product description

68 black and white plates with 27 drawings, graphs, charts and plans. Very good condition and includes dustjacket.

This is the story, through good times and difficult ones, of one of Britain's leading manufacturers, Pilkington Brothers Limited. It is told with full and free access to the company's accounts and other business records. Intimate financial and other details of what was probably Britain's largest private family company are revealed for the first time down to 1939, and subsequent continued growth is chronicled in an epilogue chapter.

Item details

Author(s):
T. C. Barker
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1977
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
557
Publisher:
Weidenfield & Nicolson
Title:
The Glassmakers Pilkington: 1826-1976

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68 black and white plates with 27 drawings, graphs, charts and plans. Very good condition and includes dustjacket.

This is the story, through good times and difficult ones, of one of Britain's leading manufacturers, Pilkington Brothers Limited. It is told with full and free access to the company's accounts and other business records. Intimate financial and other details of what was probably Britain's largest private family company are revealed for the first time down to 1939, and subsequent continued growth is chronicled in an epilogue chapter.

Author(s):
T. C. Barker
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1977
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
557
Publisher:
Weidenfield & Nicolson
Title:
The Glassmakers Pilkington: 1826-1976

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