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Wrought Iron : It's Manufacture, Characteristics and Applications

By: Aston, James and Story, Edward B.

Price: $19.55

Publisher: Pittsburgh, PA, A. M. Byers Company: 1950

Edition: 2nd edition, 7th Printing

Seller ID: 040123


vi, 97 pp, blu cloth covered boards w/yel lettering, dj yel-blu w/black illustrations on the front panel. The book is a source of up-to-date information on wrought iron for those interested in material selection. It contains information on wrought iron manufacture prior to 1850, present day method of manufacturing, specifications and testing, characteristics, forging & bending, welding View more info

The Art of Blacksmithing

By: Bealer, Alex W.

Price: $11.69

Publisher: New York, New York, U.S.A., Book Sales: 1995

Edition: Revised

Seller ID: 038608


(10), 438 pp, quarterbound w/light tan boards w/dark blu spine w/gilt lettering, dj glossy wht w/green borders w/red-black lettering w/illustrations in black on front & rear panels. The book describes and illustrates the equipment and techniques developed in more than six thousand years of working iron by hand. prev owner's name on ffep. View more info

When We Speak of a Tenth

By: Morley, Christopher

Price: $701.25

Publisher: Lancaster, PA, Hamilton Watch Company: 1931

Edition: Limited/Numbered

Seller ID: 038771


28 pp, quarterbound w/silver decorative boards w/green silk covered spine, green pastedown label on the front cover, professionally built green cloth covered slipcase . The paper of the text is deckle edged, copy number 190 of 260 cc's. The author describes the tolerance that the Hamilton Watch Company engineers use in the production of some of the various parts used in making watches. When they spoke of a tenth, they meant a tenth of a thousandth. Prev owner wro... View more info

Fort Bend County Texas : a Pictorial History

By: Wallingford, Sharon and edited by Cruver, Sue

Price: $22.53

Publisher: Stafford, TX, Fort Bend Publishing Group: 1996

Seller ID: 051579


200 pp, green leatherette boards w/gilt lettering on the front cover and spine, endpapers grey-black photos of Sugar Land, dj full color wraparound illustration reproduction of original watercolors of the J.H.P. Davis Home in Richmond Texas and the Imperial Sugar Company in Sugar Land Texas. The book was a project of the Exchange Club of Sugar Land. View more info