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A Handbook of the Steam Engine

by Haeder, Herman [trans H.H.P.Powles]

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London. Crosby, Lockwood and Son 1902 Third English Edn Revised. Pocket sized hardback. 458pp. Illustrated. Subtitle: with especial reference to small and medium-sized engines for the use of engine makers,mechanical draughtsmen, engineering students and the users of steam power. Some foxing on endpapers - spine sunned and stained-one corner bumped. Near VG -generally crisp and clean. .

  • Bookseller: Murray and Kennett GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 1670
  • Title: A Handbook of the Steam Engine
  • Author: Haeder, Herman [trans H.H.P.Powles]
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: London. Crosby, Lockwood and Son 1902 Third English Edn Revised


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