Some Outstanding Clocks over Seven Hundred Years 1250-1950.

Some Outstanding Clocks over Seven Hundred Years 1250-1950.
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London: Leonard Hill [Books] Limited, 1958. 4to, xx, 160 pp. with 42 in-text figures and 172 plates with photographic illustrations not included in pagination. Original red, gilt-stamped cloth in an illustrated dust jacket. Pages slightly age-toned, dust-jacket toned with some wear to the top edge, now preserved in mylar. Ownership stamp of Ellis Bell on half-title, else a very good, clean copy. “Mr Alan Lloyd is well known in horological circles for his previous books, and for his many contributions to British, Swiss, and American horological publications. His present book is quite a new departure in horological literature. In it he almost entirely avoids all the well known achievements of the greater Masters and concentrates on those, in England and on the Continent, who hitherto have not been so widely known, and yet who, as the reader will see, are worthy of the highest recognition.” (Blurb) (Item Id: 107559)

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