• Topic: Technical: Electronic

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R.E. Crompton:

London: Constable, 1928. First edition. xiv, [ii], 238, illustrated with photographs. Erratum slip pasted in at p.1. Previous owner has neatly written on the front pastedown his account of trying for five years to obtain a copy. He has also attached a xeroxed inscription by the author below the frontis portrait. Contents clean and in very good order. In the original binding of dark green grained cloth, spine titled in gilt. Firm and clean, with faint marks, corners blunted, spine ends professionally refurbished. Engrossing: Crompton was a great electrical and mechanical engineer. A good copy. Very Good.

Price: 45.00

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H.J. Barton Chapple: with a foreword by Mr J.L. Baird [Logie Baird]:
Television for the Amateur Constructor.

London: Pitman, 1933. First edition. xx, 233pp, [1], 34 adverts. With foldout plans, and many diagrams and photographs. Foldouts crisp, contents clean and fresh. Firm, in the original binding of green cloth titled in gilt: firm and clean, corners good, cloth mottled, front bright, spine dulled: joints slightly rubbed, spine ends blunted. A book for the adventurous, from the early period of television: a very good copy of the scarce first edition. Very Good.

Price: 140.00

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Journal of the British Institution of Radio Engineers - renamed from vol.25 onwards The Radio and Electronic Engineer: Journal I.E.R.E.: 42 bound volumes, from #6 - #52, lacking only vols #8, #11, #13, #45 & #48.

London: The British Institution of Radio Engineers, then the Institution of Electronic and Radio Engineers, 1946 to 1962. First editions. 400+pp per vol, illustrated with photographs and diagrams, contents very clean. In varying quarto sizes up to 30 x 21cms, all in the original green buckram gilt, in very fresh bright condition, with occasional minor crimping of spine ends. A fantastic resource and record of electronics research and development. Near Fine.
[EXTRA Heavy Item] [n.b.: Viewing by appointment only as this item not held on premises.]

Price: 550.00

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Carolyn Marvin:
When Old Technologies Were New. Thinking About Communications in the Late Nineteenth Century.

Oxford University Press, 1988. First edition. [x], 269pp, illustrated. Contents very clean, fresh and unmarked. In the original binding of black cloth, spine titled in gilt, clean, bright and firm. In the protected pictorial dust jacket, clean, crisp and bright. Lovely copy. Near Fine in near fine dust-jacket.

Price: 60.00

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