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Home Workshop

For Sale: Classic Engineering Books.

Mon 6th Feb '17

Advert ID: 28863

Due to advancing years I am reluctantly reducing my collection of very useful engineering books.
They are all in clean and sound condition. Prices shown are without postage but this will be charged at cost only. Collection is also OK. Email me if you want any further info or photos.

Item 1.
“Workshop Technology” By WAJ Chapman. Three volumes parts 1, 2 and 3. (Part 3 is very hard to find). Selling as one lot. £15
Item 2.
“Fowlers Mechanics’ and Machinists’ Pocket Book” 1970. £8
Item 3.
“Newnes Engineers Reference Book” by FJ Camm. Second edition 1947. 1378 pages full of useful information and some wonderful period adverts. £10
Item 4.
“Engineering Workshop Data” By Arthur W Judge published by Caxton 1950. 500 pages of data this volume is often missing from the set of the same name. £8
Item 5.
“What Every Engineer Should Know About Rubber” by JS Naunton 1956. An absorbing book on a surprisingly little understood material. £7

Item 6.
“Ingenious Mechanisms for Designers and Inventor” By F D Jones. First edition from The Industrial Press New York. 536 pages with many line drawings. £8
“Kemp’s Engineers Year Book 1989” In two volumes £12.
Item 8.
“Harper’s Machinery Book for Boys” By Joseph H Adams. Printed in USA 1909 . Has a lovely from cover and lots of period illustrations. Explains basic principles that have not changed over the years. £5
Price: Multiple
Collection or Post
Eric Clark
Milton Keynes


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