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Red cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos. A chronicle of 88 years of trade unionism in the British iron and steel industry. Spine a little creased, gilt title to spine is dull. Boards are lightly marked. Corners lightly rubbed. Text block browned and grubby. Endpapers grubby. Frontis and title page creased with a little damage to title page (edge of). Hinges pulled but binding tight. Contents generally clean. A well used copy.
A facsimile of the 1931 edition. B/w photos. Maroon boards, gilt title to spine. Marks to outer page edges. ISBN: 0715344706. Bookplate to front endpaper. Page edge browning. Wrapper is a bit faded and marked to spine; small closed tear to rear panel.
SKINNINGROVE IRON AND STEEL WORKS: ITS HISTORY, RAILWAYS AND LOCOMOTIVES
Written by Cliff Shepherd.
Stock no. 1820118
Published by The Industrial Railway Society. 1st 2012. Fine condition.
The history and physical changes affecting a UK integrated iron and steel works. Large format. Blue glazed pictorial boards. B/w photos and a few colour. ISBN: 9781901556803. SIGNED by the author (no dedication) to title page.
The Forces of Nature turned to the Service of Man. Some ordinary useful applications of the sciences explained in simple language for young people. Blue boards, pale blue titles. B/w illustrations. Boards marked, spine and title to spine faded. Endpapers and text block heavily browned. Rear pastedown has a sticky label stuck to it and pencil scribble. Rust spot to gutter edge of prelims.
Biography of the Teagues. The industrial revolution brought unforeseen changes to the Teagues and other working families in the Forest of Dean. Six members of the family are comprehensively discussed. B/w illustrations. ISBN: 086299750X. SIGNED by the author (no dedication) to verso of front endpaper. Minor foxing to top edge of text block else contents fine. Pictorial dustwrapper is slightly edge-creased and lightly faded to spine.
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.
B/w photos and illustrations. The Darbys and Coalbrookdale. xiii + 308 pages. Covers unevenly faded. Contents very good. Wrapper chipped at edges and lightly browned to rear.
Dowlais Iron Company letters 1781-1860. B/w illustrations. Wrapper grubby and edge-chipped.
INTRODUCTION TO THE PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY OF STEELMAKING
Written by Hermann Schenck.
Stock no. 692942
Published by The British Iron & Steel Research Association. 1st 1945. Good condition.
Green cloth, gilt titles. 587 pages. Contents very good. Complete with diagrams in rear pocket. Corners worn, covers marked.
THE HISTORY OF THE IRON, STEEL, TINPLATE, AND OTHER TRADES OF WALES
Written by Charles Wilkins.
Stock no. 686630
Published by Joseph Williams Limited. 1st 1903. Good condition.
Grey cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos. Contents in general very good but front joint cracked and covers badly stained with browned spine.