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Machinery's Handbook

£19.99

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Machinery's Handbook by Erik Oberg and F.D. Jones
Publishers: The Industrial Press
14th Edition - 1952

"A reference book on machine design and shop practice for the mechanical engineer, draftsman, toolmaker, and machinist"

The book is in good condition. The cover is worn noticeably on the spine and on the right edge of the front, apart from this the front cover is intact. The binding is tight and the pages have no foxing and are not discoloured. The inside of the front cover has some large green marks on it and there is a name inscription written in biro pen. The book has been produced with unique purposefully shaped curved indentations in the side of the pages to assist in finding a particular section of the book. It is a very thick book of 1911 pages.

The book also has a case of quite poor quality. Like the book, it appears very old. it has a lot of marks made on its inside and is quite delicate. Paper around its outside is peeling.

Item details

Author(s):
Erik Oberg and F.D. Jones
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
14th
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
1911
Publisher:
The Industrial Press
Title:
Machinery's Handbook

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Machinery's Handbook by Erik Oberg and F.D. Jones
Publishers: The Industrial Press
14th Edition - 1952

"A reference book on machine design and shop practice for the mechanical engineer, draftsman, toolmaker, and machinist"

The book is in good condition. The cover is worn noticeably on the spine and on the right edge of the front, apart from this the front cover is intact. The binding is tight and the pages have no foxing and are not discoloured. The inside of the front cover has some large green marks on it and there is a name inscription written in biro pen. The book has been produced with unique purposefully shaped curved indentations in the side of the pages to assist in finding a particular section of the book. It is a very thick book of 1911 pages.

The book also has a case of quite poor quality. Like the book, it appears very old. it has a lot of marks made on its inside and is quite delicate. Paper around its outside is peeling.

Author(s):
Erik Oberg and F.D. Jones
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
14th
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
1911
Publisher:
The Industrial Press
Title:
Machinery's Handbook

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