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Titolo: History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great ...
Casa editrice: H. Fisher, R. Fisher, and P. Jackson, London
Data di pubblicazione: 1835
Legatura: Hard Back
Condizione libro: Good
History of the Cotton Manufacture in Great Britain with a Notice of Its Early History in the East and in All the Quarters of the Globe; a Description of The Great Mechanical Inventions Which Have Caused Its Unexampled Extension in Britain; and a View of the Present State of the Manufacture, and the Condition of the Classes Engaged in its several departments. Book smells old. Undated at title page, but both the preface and frontis is dated 1835. Cream cloth boards with black leather band to spine with gilt tltle. Some soiling and light foxing to inside pages. Previous owner's pencil ticks to list of engravings. Book is not in it's original binding - it has been rebound in the 1980s and has new endpapers, and a photocopy of a catalogue page has been inserted in the back relating to books on the cotton industry. 544pp B&W illustrations and text. Binding firm. All illustrations and fold-out present. Codice inventario libreria 043370
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