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THE PREHISTORY OF METALLURGY IN THE BRITISH ISLES
Written by R.F. Tylecote.
Stock no. 1823436
Published by The Institute Of Metals. 1st 1986. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
A completely revised edition of the author's 'Metallurgy in Archaeology' (published 1962). Incorporating the results of work done since 1960, this revised text covers native metals, copper and copper-based alloys, tin, lead, antimony, and the fabrication of non-ferrous metals. The Iron Age is divided into various periods appropriate to Britain, ending with the introduction of the blast furnace. Large format. Green cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations & photos. ISBN: 0904357724. Top & tail of spine & corners lightly rubbed. Previous owner's white address label to front endpaper. Contents clean. Green pictorial dustwrapper is heavily faded at edges and spine, closed tear to top edge of rear panel (no loss) and top of spine.
Privately Printed at The Curwen Press - for those in the Industry. Bumping to spine and corners. Uneven fading and browning to covers. A few grubby marks to endpapers. Page browning.
The lives of David Mushet and his son Robert. Two of Britain's most outstanding metallurgists who lived in the Forest of Dean. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 095113714X. SIGNED by the author with personal dedication to half-title page. Corners lightly rubbed.
3 volumes. Black cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos. Covers of volume I slightly marked.
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Stock no. 685760
1961. Slightly better than very good condition.
White cloth, black title to spine, gilt title to front. Large format. B/w photos. A retrospective review of the seventh Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Congress in the Union of South Africa 10th April-7th May 1961. Limited edition of 800 copies. Corners very slightly bumped. Copy No. 663.