Williams, Archibald - How It Is Made. Describing in simple language how various Machines and many Articles in common use are manufactured from the Raw Materials. (Money, paper, matches, piano, candles & soap, mineral-water, china & pottery, glass, photographic plate, weaving, cotton goods, rubber goods, biscuits, iron, wrought iron, steel, armour plate & big guns, saws & files, watch, motor-car, cycle, locomotive, pens, needle, screw, pins, twine & rope, wire ropes, knives & razors, cuttlery). Nelson, June 1917 reprint. 7¾" x 5¼", 474pp, blue buckram blocked in black, blue and orange with an illustration, hardback. Index. Illustrated with a colour frontispiece and within the text with monochrome photographs and drawings.
Sunned spine; slight marks/patchyness to buckram; slight edge-wear; edge-foxing; Sunday School prize plate on front paste-down; good, very reasonable copy; no wrapper.
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