Washington, D.C. U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942. Original poster. Color lithograph. 22 x 16.75 inches. World War II government issued War Bonds poster. The text and borders are colored in patriotic red, white and blue. Images in the poster are photogravure technique showing a mechanic working on a car superimposed on an image of a soldier holding a rifle. Very good condition.
New York: Van Nostrand, 1900. 204 illustrations, including a few folding plates. xii + 551 pages, thick 12mo, blue cloth; significant dampstain to lower covers and endpapers and foredge-- text is clean and unaffected. New York: The D. Van Nostrand Company, 1900. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Internally clean and tight with very soiled covers, overall a very good(-) company.
London: John Weale, 1841. Large 8vo, 2 volumes: 1 volume of text, xlvii, 579 pages, volume 2 of plates, of 65 plates, (43 folding), with tables and a few illustrations in the text. Original blind stamped lavender cloth, inner hinges strengthened. London: John Weale, 1841. Near fine. Scarce. Bucanan's original text contained 7 treatises on several of the elementary parts of machinery, including those on the teeth of wheels, and on millwork and other machinery, here extensively brought up to...
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1836. 28 engraved plates, some folding. 392 pages, title page torn at top corner not affecting the text, fairly heavy foxing throughout. Tall 8vo, full calf (rubbed but sound). Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1836. Ninth Edition. Scarce. A very good(-) copy.
Athol: L. S. Starrett, 1929. Three volumes. Illustrated with photographs, drawing, diagrams, and tables. Thin 12mo, flexible red cloth; wear to front hinge of Volume I. Athol: L. S. Starrett Company, (1929, 1931, & 1940). A very good(+) set. Volume I: for Machinists' Aprrentices; Volume II: for Machinists; Volume III: for Motor Machinists and Auto Repairmen.