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Catalogue of Cotton Spinning & Weaving Machinery

£14.99

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'A brief retrospective of the progress made in cotton spinning and weaving since the invention of the spinning machine in 1738 and a concise description of the modern processes of cotton manufacture'. Published by Platt Bros. Hartford Works, Oldham. Black and white illustrations. With plans and illustrations of cotton mills, including Platt Brothers. Delta and Royton Mills, Maple Mill, Oldham, Laburnam Mill, Atherton, Coppull Ring Mill, Nr. Chorley, Tamwald Bohemia, La Cotonniere, Lille, Mr Benigno Crespi's Mill, Nr. Milan, Schlan, Bohemia, Kagoshima Japan (built by Prince Satsuma), Osaka and Fuji Mills, Japan, Kohinoor, India, Rio Blanco, Mexico and Spring Mill, Bombay.

Used semi-hard back book with green cloth boards and gilt lettering. Ex library book with sticker and stamps on front papers but otherwise in good, clean condition.



Item details

Condition:
As new
Edition:
1925
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
357
Publisher:
Platt Brothers
Title:
Catalogue of Cotton Spinning & Weaving Machinery

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'A brief retrospective of the progress made in cotton spinning and weaving since the invention of the spinning machine in 1738 and a concise description of the modern processes of cotton manufacture'. Published by Platt Bros. Hartford Works, Oldham. Black and white illustrations. With plans and illustrations of cotton mills, including Platt Brothers. Delta and Royton Mills, Maple Mill, Oldham, Laburnam Mill, Atherton, Coppull Ring Mill, Nr. Chorley, Tamwald Bohemia, La Cotonniere, Lille, Mr Benigno Crespi's Mill, Nr. Milan, Schlan, Bohemia, Kagoshima Japan (built by Prince Satsuma), Osaka and Fuji Mills, Japan, Kohinoor, India, Rio Blanco, Mexico and Spring Mill, Bombay.

Used semi-hard back book with green cloth boards and gilt lettering. Ex library book with sticker and stamps on front papers but otherwise in good, clean condition.



Condition:
As new
Edition:
1925
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
357
Publisher:
Platt Brothers
Title:
Catalogue of Cotton Spinning & Weaving Machinery

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