"A manual for the practical watch and clock maker"
Printed papers covers, now in stitched card covers, 80 pages, 70 figs including one folding plate in colour, an Offprint from the Journal suisse d'Horlogerie, this being the 2nd part covering copper, brass and nickel. Geneva, November 1895.
A rare copy of a work little known in England, and once said to be "particularly interesting and thorough on wheel-cutting" by Charles Allix.
In unusually fine condition, the flimsy covers having been protected by its additional cover, the acidic paper pages with the usual age browning, but not at all bad.
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