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Astounding Stories  for September 1934
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Astounding Stories for September 1934

By Edited by F. Orlin Tremaine

Publication: Astounding Stories, September 1934 Editor: F. Orlin Tremaine Publisher: Street & Smith Publications, Inc. Pages: 164 Type: Vintage Pulp Magazine Cover art by Howard V. Brown Contents by page number 6 • The Living Equation • novelette by Nat Schachner 20 • The Skylark of Valeron (Part 2 of 7) • [Skylark of Space • 3] • serial by Edward E. Smith (book publication as Skylark of Valeron 1949) [as by Edward E. Smith, Ph.D.] 42 • Time Haven • short story by Howard Wandrei [as by Howard W. Graham, Ph.D.] 53 • A Scientist Divides • short story by Donald Wandrei 63 • Dragon's Teeth • short story by Wallace West 72 • Famine on Mars • novelette by Frank K. Kelly 98 • The Wand of Creation • short story by Raymond Z. Gallun 107 • The Stolen Element • short story by Paul Ernst 118 • The Legion of Space (Part 6 of 6) • [Legion of Space • 1] • serial by Jack Williamson 137 • Lo! (Part 6 of 8) • (1931) • essay by Charles Fort 150 • Still Crowding! • [Editorial (Astounding)] • essay by The Editor 151 • Brass Tacks (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • [Brass Tacks] • essay by The Editor 153 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by William M. Danner 153 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Jack Winks 154 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Francis Donovan 154 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Arthur Leo Zagat 155 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by L. Jerome Stanton [as by L. J. Stanton] 156 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • [Letters: Wilson Tucker] • essay by Wilson Tucker [as by Bob Tucker] 156 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Arthur L. Widner, Jr. 156 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Olon F. Wiggins 157 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Lionel Dilbeck 157 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Vincent H. Gaddis [as by V. H. Gaddis] 157 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Jack Darrow 159 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Ross Rocklynne [as by Paul Cahendon] 159 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Milton Kaletsky 159 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Alvin Earl Perry 159 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by Tom Olog 160 •  Letter (Astounding Stories, September 1934) • essay by David R. Daniels A good to very good copy with edge tears and dust soiling , text toned as usual. See Photos off top

$70.00

Astounding Science Fiction  for May 1939
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Astounding Science Fiction for May 1939

By Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.

Publication: Astounding Science-Fiction, May 1939 Editor: John W. Campbell, Jr. Publisher: Street & Smith Publications, Inc. Pages: 164 Type: Vintage Pulp magazine Cover art by Graves Gladney Content by page number 6 • Those Marvelous Inventions • [Editorial (Astounding)] • essay by John W. Campbell, Jr. [as by The Editor] 9 • Coils of Time • [Sands of Time • 2] • novelette by P. Schuyler Miller 37 • Laboratories Aren't Playful • essay by John W. Campbell, Jr. [as by Arthur McCann] 38 • Fire-Maker • essay by John W. Campbell, Jr. [as by Arthur McCann] 39 • The Day Is Done • short story by Lester del Rey 50 • No Other Race • essay by uncredited 51 • Special Flight • novelette by John Berryman 79 • Employment • short story by L. Sprague de Camp [as by Lyman R. Lyon] 92 • In Times to Come (Astounding, May 1939) • [In Times to Come (Astounding)] • essay by The Editor 92 • The Analytical Laboratory: March 1939 (Astounding, May 1939) • [The Analytical Laboratory] • essay by uncredited 93 • Melody and Moons • [Pvt. Kelton] • short story by Kent Casey 103 • Design for Life (Part 1 of 2) • essay by L. Sprague de Camp 117 • One Against the Legion (Part 2 of 3) • [Legion of Space • 3] • serial by Jack Williamson 152 • Science Discussions and Brass Tacks (Astounding, May 1939) • [Brass Tacks] • essay by The Editor 152 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • essay by John Christopher [as by C. S. Goud] 153 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • [Letters: Willy Ley] • essay by Willy Ley 154 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • essay by Allan Ingvald Benson 155 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • essay by John D. Clark, Ph.D. [as by John D. Clark] 156 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • essay by Charles Schneeman 158 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • essay by A. Langley Searles [as by Langley Searles] 160 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • essay by Roy A. Squires 160 •  Letter (Astounding, May 1939) • essay by James V. Taurasi A good only copy with a chip at the top inside edge ,spine and rear cover , dust soiling edge wear, text toned as usual. See Photos off top

$23.00

Astounding Science Fiction  December 1939
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Astounding Science Fiction December 1939

By Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.

Publication: Astounding Science Fiction, December 1939 Editor: John W. Campbell, Jr. Publisher: Street & Smith Publications, Inc. Pages: 164 Type: Vintage pulp Magazine Cover art by Gilmore A very good copy with a small tear at the lower edge at the spine edge of the front cover , edge wear, dust soiling , wear to the spine as shown, text paper toned but not brittle . See Photos Contents by page number 6 • Ad Astra, Et Cetera— • [Editorial (Astounding)] • essay by John W. Campbell, Jr. [as by The Editor] 9 • Discord in Scarlet • [Space Beagle] • novelette by A. E. van Vogt 35 • Thundering Peace • [Dr. von Theil and Sgt. John West] • short story by Kent Casey 45 • City of the Corporate Mind • [Past, Present and Future] • novelette by Nat Schachner 71 • Sculptors of Life • short story by Wallace West 86 • The Nova • short story by Edwin K. Sloat 91 • In Times to Come (Astounding, December 1939) • [In Times to Come (Astounding)] • essay by The Editor 91 • The Analytical Laboratory: October 1939 (Astounding, December 1939) • [The Analytical Laboratory] • essay by The Editor 92 • "There Ain't No Such!" (Part 2 of 2) • essay by L. Sprague de Camp 101 • Brass Tacks (Astounding, December 1939) • [Brass Tacks] • essay by The Editor 101 •  Letter (Astounding, December 1939) • essay by Ray Bradbury [as by Ray Douglas Bradbury] 102 •  Letter (Astounding, December 1939) • essay by A. Arthur Smith 104 •  Letter (Astounding, December 1939) • [Letters: L. Sprague de Camp] • essay by L. Sprague de Camp 106 • Science Discussions (Astounding, December 1939) • essay by The Editor 106 •  Letter (Astounding, December 1939) • essay by John D. Buddhue 109 • Gray Lensman (Part 3 of 4) • [Lensman • 4] • serial by Edward E. Smith [as by E. E. Smith, Ph.D.] K/right / 2

$25.00

Astounding Science Fiction June 1939
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Astounding Science Fiction June 1939

By Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr.

Publication: Astounding Science-Fiction, June 1939 Editors: John W. Campbell, Jr. Publisher: Street & Smith Publications, Inc. Pages: 164 Type: Vintage Pulp Cover art by Graves Gladney A good copy with edge wear and small edge tears chips and creases to the spine, dust soiling and text paper toned but not brittle . See Photos Contents by page number 6 • Future Tense • [Editorial (Astounding)] • essay by John W. Campbell, Jr. [as by The Editor] 9 • Hermit of Mars • novelette by Clifford D. Simak 28 • "Sensitive Instrument • essay by uncredited 29 • When the Future Dies • short story by Nat Schachner 44 • The Analytical Laboratory: April 1939 (Astounding, June 1939) • [The Analytical Laboratory] • essay by The Editor 44 • In Times to Come (Astounding, June 1939) • [In Times to Come (Astounding)] • essay by The Editor 45 • The Morons • novelette by Harl Vincent 65 • Pressure • short story by Ross Rocklynne 79 • Done in Oil • [Josh McNab] • novelette by Arthur J. Burks 103 • Design for Life (Part 2 of 2) • essay by L. Sprague de Camp 116 •  Letter (Astounding, June 1939) • [Letters: Willy Ley] • essay by Willy Ley 116 •  Letter (Astounding, June 1939) • essay by A. Arthur Smith 117 • Science Discussions and Brass Tacks (Astounding, June 1939) • [Brass Tacks] • essay by The Editor 120 • Pandora's Icebox • essay by Philip M. Morse 125 • One Against the Legion (Part 3 of 3) • [Legion of Space • 3] • serial by Jack Williamson K/right/2

$25.00

Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for October 1940
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Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for October 1940

By edited by The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co

Boston Mass.: The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co.. Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1940. First Edition; First Printing. Single Issue magazine. This vintage 6 and 1/2 by 9 and 1/2 inch , 63 page cooking magazine is in good collectible condition with an small chip and tear with rubbing to the first page which is a adverising page , light edge wear and minor dust soiling , the magazine had some pencil markings to the front cover which I have erased as shown, this is a minor thing but still needs to be mentioned. A tight clean collectible copy . See Photos; This classic magazine of American cooking and home and family care content's includeTwo Charming Apartments for Contemporary Living by Mark McMillin , Seasonable and Tested Recipes , Menus for October Appetites, From Sun-Drying to Quick- Freezing by Clifford Parcher with much more . A great vintage cooking magazine with each issue having may uncommon recipes and cooking advise. Many great vintage advertisements. If you love cooking you will love this magazine. ; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 63 pages . K/right / 2

$16.00

April 1991 Issue a Clock and Watch Collectors Magazine Nawcc Bulletin
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April 1991 Issue a Clock and Watch Collectors Magazine Nawcc Bulletin

By edited by Amy J. Smith

Pennsylvania: National Association Of Watch And Clocks Collectors Inc. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1991. First Edition; First Printing. Single Issue magazine. A near fine copy of this Classic collectors Reference magazine. This 9 by 11 inch 127 page magazine has light edge wear as shown. See Photos; Some of the Contents of this classic collectors magazine are English Horological Literature by Herbert A. Gold , New Life for a Tower Clock by W. M. Coombe and Others , Phineas Davis : A York PA, Inventor & His Timepiece by Lee H. Davis and Robert J. Schaull , North Star Visible in all parts of the Globe by Dick Hoban and much , much more.; Photograpghs, Drawings Diagrams; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 127 pages .

$14.00

A Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for April 1941
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A Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for April 1941

By edited by The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co

Boston Mass.: The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co.. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1941. Single Issue magazine. This vintage 6 and 1/2 by 9 and 1/2 inch , 63 page cooking magazine is in very good collectible condition with light edge wear and minor dust soiling the magazine had some pencil markings to the front cover which I have erased as shown, this is a minor thing but still needs to be mentioned. A tight clean collectible copy . See Photos . ; This classic magazine of American cooking and home and family care content's include From The Tropics to Your Table by Rowena Gailey , For Gourmets Only by E. M. Haller, Club Supper by Clifford Parcher , Seasonable and Tested Recipes , Spring Menus Parties with an Easter Flavor , with much more . A great vintage cooking magazine with each issue having may uncommon recipes and cooking advise. Many great vintage advertisements. If you love cooking you will love this magazine.; Photographs . K/right 2

$18.00

Nice Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for May 1938
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Nice Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for May 1938

By edited by The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co

Boston Mass.: The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co.. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1938. First Edition; First Printing. Single Issue magazine. This vintage 6 and 1/2 by 9 and 1/2 inch , 63 page cooking magazine is in very good collectible condition with edge wear, and minor dust soiling, the magazine had some pencil markings to the front cover but I have erased these as shown, this is a minor thing but still needs to be mentioned. A tight clean collectible copy . See Photos; This classic magazine of American cooking and home and family care content's include A House in step with the times by Elizabeth C. Grant, Talking Turkish by Charlotte Dille, Recipes from North South East and west , A menu for a May Sunday, Seasonable and Tested Recipes Illustrated by Louisa P. Skilton and Doris W. McCray with much more A great vintage cooking magazine with each issue having may uncommon recipes and cooking advise. Many great vintage advertisements. If you love cooking you will love this magazine. ; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 63 pages . K/right /2

$17.00

Nice Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for January 1934
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Nice Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for January 1934

By edited by The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co

Boston Mass.: The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co.. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1934. First Edition; First Printing. Single Issue magazine. This vintage 6 and 1/2 by 9 and 1/2 inch , 63 page cooking magazine is in very good collectible condition with light edge wear and minor dust soiling a few small chips to the paper cover at the head and the heal of the spine, the magazine had some pencil markings to the front cover which I have erased as shown, this is a minor thing but still needs to be mentioned. A tight clean collectible copy . See Photos; This classic magazine of American cooking and home and family care content's include Old-Time Hospitality by Marie Lucile Brown , A day at home in bed by Thomas J. Malone, Arctic Tables by Elizabeth C. Forrest, Menu for a New Years dinner, Seasonable and Tested Recipes with much more . A great vintage cooking magazine with each issue having may uncommon recipes and cooking advise. Many great vintage advertisements. If you love cooking you will love this magazine. ; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 63 pages K/right /2 .

$17.00

A Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for April 1934
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A Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for April 1934

By edited by The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co

Boston Mass.: The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co.. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1934. Single Issue magazine. This vintage 6 and 1/2 by 9 and 1/2 inch , 63 page cooking magazine is in very good collectible condition with light edge wear and minor dust soiling and a few small stains at the tips of the lower outside corner of a couple of pages , the magazine had some pencil markings to the front cover which I have erased as shown, this is a minor thing but still needs to be mentioned. A tight clean collectible copy . See Photos; This classic magazine of American cooking and home and family care content's include Garden Lounging Retreats by Charles Alma Byers, Gardening for Flavor by Phyllis K. Ockert, Seasonable and Tested Recipes Illustrated by Louisa Pryor Skilton and Doris W. McCray , Menus For Special Occasions with much more . A great vintage cooking magazine with each issue having may uncommon recipes and cooking advise. Many great vintage advertisements. If you love cooking you will love this magazine. ; Photographs . K/right /2

$18.00

February 1991 Issue a Clock and Watch Collectors Magazine Nawcc Bulletin
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February 1991 Issue a Clock and Watch Collectors Magazine Nawcc Bulletin

By edited by Amy J. Smith

Pennsylvania: National Association Of Watch And Clocks Collectors Inc. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1991. First Edition; First Printing. Single Issue magazine. A near fine copy of this Classic collectors Reference magazine. This 9 by 11 inch 112 page magazine has light edge wear as shown. See Photos; Some of the Contents of this classic collectors magazine are Eight Day Brass Weight Movements of the Noble Jerome Patent Era by Snowden Taylor, Some Alternatives to Bushing a Butchered Clock Plate by Ferdinand Armbrust, An Introduction ot Marine Chronometers, Necrology and much , much more. ; Photograpghs, Drawings Diagrams; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 112 pages .

$14.00

Original 1908 Youth\'s Companion Memorial Day Cover, Matted Ready to Frame
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Original 1908 Youth's Companion Memorial Day Cover, Matted Ready to Frame

By Youth's Companion

NY: Youth's Companion. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1908. Matted Print. This vintage Magazine cover is in Fine condition and is 19 by 14 inches with mat, with a 15 by 10 image Size. Cover only, Matted. See Photos; A beautiful Cover of the Memorial Day issue for 1908 of the Youth's Companion. The cover features an illustration of Union Soldier Playing the Violin with his sword and Hat at his feet. The Illustrated was done by an artist who signed their work W. B. This vintage piece of cover art was matted by me personally and is now ready for framing. This would make a unique and special Gift. I do not sell reproductions and I have been matted and framing my own prints for years. A great piece of vintage magazine art. . BBmag bx

$25.99

A Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for October 1936
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A Vintage Issue of the American Cookery Magazine for October 1936

By edited by The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co

Boston Mass.: The Boston Cooking School Magazine Co.. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1936. Single Issue magazine. This vintage 6 and 1/2 by 9 and 1/2 inch , 63 page cooking magazine is in very good collectible condition with edge wear, Tiny chip to the lower edge of the rear cover and minor dust soiling, the magazine had some pencil markings to the front cover . I have erased these as shown, this is a minor thing but still needs to be mentioned. A tight clean collectible copy . See Photos; This classic magazine of American cooking and home and family care content's include Hostels for Youth by Harry Irving Shumway, How Polly put it over by Grace Mabby, Of Course you season to taste by Emma Gary Wallace, , Seasonable and Tested Recipes Illustrated by Louisa P. Skilton and Doris W. McCray , Menu: Halloween Buffet Supper , SEa Foods A La Maryland by Jin Emmett, with much more . A great vintage cooking magazine with each issue having may uncommon recipes and cooking advise. Many great vintage advertisements. If you love cooking you will love this magazine. ; Photographs . K/right /2

$15.00

1927 Issue of the Youth\'s Companion Cover Art by Allen F. Thomas
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1927 Issue of the Youth's Companion Cover Art by Allen F. Thomas

By The Youth's Companion

Boston , Mass: Perry Mason Company. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1927. Single Issue magazine. A very good copy of this vintage magazine with dust soiling and edge wear, a few small or tiny tears, the issue is creased in the middle with a mailing fold. This is a ex-William Hall Library copy with which the library has blind stamped. A 11 by 14 Inch 14 page Single Issue Magazine. See Photos; Some of the Contents of this vintage magazine include A bad Medicine Hunt by James Willard Schutz , All Wet by Harford Powell Jr. , The Picture Puzzle by Gladys Blake and much more. With many great vintage advertisements some full page. ; Color and Black & White Illustrations . deskdr 2

$17.00

1927 Issue of the Youth's Companion H. A. Oglen Cover Art
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1927 Issue of the Youth's Companion H. A. Oglen Cover Art

By The Youth's Companion

Boston , Mass: Perry Mason Company. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1927. Single Issue magazine. A very good copy of this vintage magazine with dust soiling and edge wear, a few small or tiny tears, the issue is creased in the middle with a mailing fold. This is a ex-William Hall Library copy with which the library has blind stamped. A 11 by 14 Inch 18 page Single Issue Magazine. See Photos; Some of the Contents of this vintage magazine include Stories by Kenneth P. Kempton, Margaret Warde, D. Loraine and A. F. Henderson and Robert Carver North, and much more. With many great vintage advertisements many full page, such as The Big Giant Steam Engine, Book publishers ad, etc.; Color and Black & White Illustrations .

$17.00

1927 Issue of the Youth\'s Companion Charles Dunn Bronco Buster Cover
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1927 Issue of the Youth's Companion Charles Dunn Bronco Buster Cover

By The Youth's Companion

Boston , Mass: Perry Mason Company. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1927. Single Issue magazine. A very good copy of this vintage magazine with dust soiling and edge wear, a few small or tiny tears, the issue is creased in the middle with a mailing fold. This is a ex-William Hall Library copy with which the library has blind stamped. A 11 by 14 Inch 14 page Single Issue Magazine. See Photos; Some of the Contents of this vintage magazine include A Visit From A Lion by Winifred Kirkland , The Horrors of War by Hartford Powell Jr. , The Lsle of Palms by Russell Gorden Carter, and much more. With many great vintage advertisements some full page. ; Color and Black & White Illustrations . Deskdr 2

$17.00

Vintage Issue of Farm and Garden Magazine for June 1925
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Vintage Issue of Farm and Garden Magazine for June 1925

By Barbara Schelling (editor)

New York: The Woman's National Farm And Garden Association. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1925. Single Issue magazine. This vintage magazine is in very good collectible condition with edge wear and dust soiling to the covers, also a crease from where the magazine was folded in half. A complete copy of this interesting magazine on gardening or farming. A very uncommon magazine. A 8 by 11 inch 12 page vintage magazine . See Photos; This classic vintage Home and garden magazine is the Convention Number and its contents include: A frontis Phot of Mrs. Calvin Coolidge , Our past eight months by E. Gertrude Copeland, Report of the secretary by Leana M. Phillips, Social Times in Washington by Mrs. W. G. Jones , Annual Reports of the Branches by various members, and much more.; Photographs .

$17.00

Vintage Issue of Farm and Garden Magazine for August 1925
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Vintage Issue of Farm and Garden Magazine for August 1925

By Barbara Schelling (editor)

New York: The Woman's National Farm And Garden Association. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1925. Single Issue magazine. This vintage magazine is in very good collectible condition with edge wear and dust soiling to the covers, also a crease from where the magazine was folded in half. A complete copy of this interesting magazine on gardening or farming. A very uncommon magazine. A 8 by 11 inch 12 page vintage magazine . See Photos; This classic vintage Home and garden magazine was edited by Barbara Schelling and its contents include: Rosemary for Remembrance by Clara M. Boltz Landscape Architect, Yarn Rugs by Maybelle Stuard, Hillcrest gardens by Marian Roby Case, Peonies by Will McClelland, Bush Fruits By Fred W. Card, Your Summer party with anumber of shorter articles. ; Photographs .

$17.00

Watch and Clock Collectors Magazine August 1993 Issue of NAWCC Bulletin
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Watch and Clock Collectors Magazine August 1993 Issue of NAWCC Bulletin

By edited by Kathy Everett

Columbia, PA: National Association Of Watch And Clock Collectors. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1990. Single Issue magazine. A fine copy of this great reference work with just a trace of edge wear . A 9 by 11 Inch, 125 page single issue magazine. See Photos; This vintage clock and watch collectors magazine's Contents include : E. Howard & Company Watch Dials by Clint B. Geller, Some Notes on Simon Willard and His Trapezoids by Joseph E. Brown , Horologists Oiled The Industrial Revolution by Theodore R. Crom, , Reasearch activities and News, Book Reviews , Dates to Remember , Chapter Highlights and much more . A great reference and a interesting and useful vintage clock and watch magazine. ; Photographs, Diagrams, Drawings . K/left /3

$16.00

Watch and Clock Collectors Magazine August 1990 Issue of NAWCC Bulletin
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Watch and Clock Collectors Magazine August 1990 Issue of NAWCC Bulletin

By edited by Amy J. Smith

Columbia, PA: National Association Of Watch And Clock Collectors. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1990. Single Issue magazine. A fine copy of this great reference work with just a trace of edge wear . A 9 by 11 Inch, 95 page single issue magazine. See Photos; This vintage clock and watch collectors magazine's Contents include : The San Jose Watch Company by Adin E. Mathews , The Nessfield Priors by Charles K. Aked, American Tall Case Clock systems The J Hook by Stacy B. C. Wood, Copperative Efforts in the Restoration of an Elisha Hotchkiss Wooden Works Clock by Jack Lee Clemes, Another chapter in the United States Clock and Brass , Co. By Fred Linker, Reasearch activities and News, Book Reviews , Dates to Remember , Chapter Highlights and much more . A great reference and a interesting and useful vintage clock and watch magazine. ; Photographs, Diagrams, Drawings .

$16.00

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