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Author    Miller, Andrew Hayes and Dalia Maria Miller

Title   Survey of American Clocks: Calendar Clocks

Binding   Soft Cover

Book Condition   Very Good

Edition   Fourth Printing

Publisher   Dundee, Illinois Antiquitat 1989

Seller ID   09583

Rear corner crease and light rubbing. Clean copy. 159 pages, with numerous illustrations. A pictorial history of American calendar clocks, beginning with the first patent of 1853 by J.H.H. Hawes and ending with the J.I. Peatfield patent of 1902. An excellent reference for both the novice and advanced clock collector.

Price = 10.00 USD


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