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"To give an impetus to this desire for useful information, as well as to afford an opportunity to those who would communicate their ideas of inventions and improvements, the Mechanics' Magazine was projected, and we have noe to congrtulate our subscribers on the completion of the first volume." Frontispiece of Benjamin Franklin and Eli Whitney. Volume I, 344 pp., Printed 1833; Volume II, 332 pp., Printed 1834; Appendix, 84 pp. Marbled boards with leather reinforced corners and joints. Cover boards completely separated from book. Missing spine. Cover corners, edges, faces and spine are scuffed and worn. Marbled endpapers. Ex. library with bookplate on front inside cover, stamp on free endpaper. Front pages are starting to separate from bottom at spine edge. Interior is browning and foxing throughout. Waviness to interior pages, some corners are dog-earred. Book in Fair condition. Scarce copy of early scientific magazines.
Title: MECHANICS' MAGAZINE, AND REGISTER OF INVENTIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS: TWO VOLUMES, JANUARY-JUNE AND JULY-DECEMBER 1833
Publisher: New York,
Book Condition: Fair
Type: Bound Magazine
Size: Size: Approx. 6 1/4" x 9 1/2"
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 006288
Keywords: American History, Mechanics, Science, Bound Magazine