Early Lancashire Horological Tools & Their Makers


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Published 1994

9″ x 12″. Buckram hard cover, case bound, archival heavy coated paper, approximately 300 pages, 286 illustrations. History of the Lancashire tool industry; origination and development of the mandrel uprighting tool; the approximate full-size reprint of the circa 1775 Daniel Mather, Liverpool, a 19 plate horological tool catalog with three successive price lists, therefore; histories of Lancashire tool makers including the Joneses, Leylands, Daniel Septhon, and others. Many previously unpublished photographs of unusual horological tools, some in the Prescot Watch Museum and BHI.

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Weight 80 oz
Dimensions 12 × 10 × 2 in