BOOK: 1893 ELECTRICITY UP TO DATE BY VERITY NR

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  • Item Category: Tools
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 03,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
BOOK: 1893 ELECTRICITY UP TO DATE BY VERITY NO RESERVE

Techantiques is back with an incredible, no reserve selection of oilers, steam toys, engines, etc. from several major collections recently acquired. Techantiques is honored to have been chosen to sell a major library of technical books and ephemera from a life-long collection. When possible, our offerings will continue the tradition of offering items without reserve and always a satisfaction guarantee. Please bookmark our eBay site and visit . Please bookmark our eBay site and visit .

BOOK: 1893 ELECTRICITY UP TO DATE BY VERITY. 7 1/2" x 5 1/8", 163 pages, by John B. Verity, published London and New York, a comprehensive work referencing, light, power and traction applications of electricity, with specific chapters on production, the dynamo, lighting, storage, wiring, public supply, transmission, motive power, electric traction, eletro-theraputics. In very fine condition.

Sold without reserve.

It is with great pleasure that Techantiques returns to eBay after a year dedicated to acquiring several exciting steam and related collections, interesting technological items and two important consigned collections. Techantiques acquires and offers items globally.

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Techantiques will continue purchasing quality items and collections and will entertain quality consignments for 2008-2009. It is not necessary for Techantiques to physically have your consignments in order to offer them globally over eBay. Contact us to explore this opportunity.

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