Pennsylvania Clocks and Clockmakers
An Epic of Early American Science, Industry, and Craftsmanship
Author: George H Eckhardt
Publisher/Date: Bonanza Reprint (1950)
Format/Condition: Used hardcover book with dust jacket in Good condition: top of texblocked foxed and light foxing of dust jacket flaps; dust jacket is tattered and torn, worn, but still does its job of protecting the book. Binding good; textblock strong; pages clean and unmarked. 229 pages, index. Dimensions: 7 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches. llustrated in black-and-white.
Description: This volume was the first to be devoted solely to the Pennsylvania Clock. It represents a century of research: 25 years on the part of the author, who is the recognized authority in this field, and seventy-five on the part of the old clockmaker, B. T. Schmauk, who inspired it.
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