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No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. LXV- from January to June 1888. London; 1888; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: Bogie passenger engine, Caledonian Railway (Mr. D. Drummond, St. Rollox, engineer), with a woodengraved view; the Stanley exhibition of cycles, with fig.; trunk engines, H.M.S. Warrior, 1861 (Messrs. J. Penn and Sons, Greenwich, engineers), with plans; express locomotive, Great Northern Railway (Mr. Patrick Stirling, engineer), with a double page, woodengraved, view of the locomotive; the Birmingham cable tramway (Mr. Joseph Kincaid and Mr. E. Pritchard, Westminster, engineers), with plans and fig.; s.s. Alligator and Capercailzie (Messrs. Barclay, Curle and Co., Whiteinch, builders), with plans and fig.; New Promenade Pier, St. Leonard's-on-Sea (Mr. R. St. George Moore, Westminster, engineer), with plans and fig.; moving the Brighton Beach Hotel, New York, with woodengraved ills.; the steam yacht, Grace Darling (Messrs. Fleming & Ferguson Paisley, shipbuilders, engineers), with a woodengraved view of the vessel; the Nordenfelt submarine torpedo boat, with plans and fig.; the Zalinsky pneumatic dynamite gun, with fig.; the Forth Bridge- Fife Pier and Cantilevers (Sir John Fowler and Mr. B. Baker, engineers), with a double page, woodengraved, view of the construction of the bridge; tank locomotive, Hungarian State Railways, with a double page enclosure with plans and fig.; index; VIII, 538 pp. Former library copy. Title page waterstained. Some leaves with waterstaining at upper margin. The numerous woodengraved illustrations in fine and clear order. [26142]

€ 120,00

No author. The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CXVI- from July to December 1913. London; 1913; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the Royal Holland Lloyd liner "Gelria" (Alexander Stephen and Sons, Linthouse, builders), with a view of the ship (1 p. + 1 ill.); twin-screw harbour tug and passenger tender (Ferguson Brothers, Port Glasgow, builders), with ills. and plans; "the Great Northern railway", supplement of XVI pp., with ills. and double page enclosure; the steam yacht "Sapphire" (John Brown and Co., Clydebank, builders), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; twelve-inch naval gun mounting (W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, engineers), with double page plate; Bulak Bridge over the Nile at Cairo, with double page supplement with ills.; general arrangement and details of a seaplane (A.V. Roe and Co., Manchester, builders), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; reconstruction of Snow Hill Station, G.W. Railway, Birmingham (Mr. W.Y. Armstrong, engineer) with double page supplement with plans and fig.; commercial motor vehicle exhibition at Olympia, with ills.; Queen's Engineering Works, Bedford (W.H. Allen, Son and Co., engineers), with double page supplement with ills.; index; XV, 694 pp. Former library copy. [26248]

€ 120,00

No author. Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. CXXVI- from July to December, 1928. London; 1928; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a.: all-metal flying boat for passenger service (constructed by Messrs. Short Brothers (Rochester and Bedford), engineers, Rochester), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; aerial ropeway at Carrara, Italy (constructed by Messrs. Ceretti and Tanfani, engineers, Milan), with ills.; the construction of the Delaware River Suspension Bridge, Philadelphia, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; 480-B.H.P. "F" type aero engine (constructed by Messrs. Rolls-Royce, engineers, Derby), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the Royal Horticultural Society's Hall, Westminster, with ills.; 2-6-4-type express passenger tank locomotive for the London Midland and Scottish railway (constructed at the company's works, Derby, to the designs of Sir Henry Fowler, chief mechanical engineer), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the reconstruction of Piccadilly Circus tube station (Mr. H. H. Dalrymple-Hay, consulting engineer, Westminster), with ills. and plans); the Govan refuse destructor plant of the Glasgow corporation (constructed by Messrs. Heenan and Troude, engineers, Worcester), with plans and ills.; s.s. "Authority"fitted with Beardmore-Caprotti engines, with ills.; the River Tyne Bridge, Newcastle-on-Tyne (constructed by Messrs. Dorman, Long and Company, engineers, Middlesbrough), with ills.; the Canadian Pacific Liner "Duchess of York" (constructed by Messrs. John Brown and Company, shipbuilders, Clydebank), with a view of the ship; third-class sleeping cars, London and North Eastern railway (constructed to the designs of Mr. H.N. Gresley, chief mechanical engineer), with ills.; escalator construction at Waterloo Station, London (Mr. H.H. Dalrymple-Hay, consulting engineer, Westminster), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; pulverised fuel locomotive for the German State Railways (constructed by the Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft, engineers, Berlin), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; launch of H.M. cruiser "Shropshire", with a view of the ship; the Longford generating station, Coventry (constructed to the designs of Mr. George Tough, city electrical engineer), with ills.; extensive index; complete with one page and two page enclosures; XXVIII, 826 pp. Former library copy. Leaves dampstained at lower parts, some of the double page enclosures stuck together. Cover slightly worn. [26127]

€ 150,00

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150 Merchant ships world built 1970, volume I.

Maassluis; 1977; Eurotop Maritime Publishers; softcover; ills. in b&w; artist impressions by Jean M.Otten; 64 pp.

Cover slightly bended/ curled up, with one or two small tears.

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€ 15,00

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Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. 147. January to June, 1939.

London; 1939; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a.: Great Lakes self-unloading steamer "George F. Rand", with double page enclosure with plans, fig. and ills.; the Renfrew foundries of Messrs. Babcock and Wilcox, with double page enclosure with ills.; quadruple-screw motor liner "Dominion Monarch" (constructed by Messrs. Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the Wards Island sewage works of the city of New York, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; the Cunard White Star Liner "Mauretania" (Messrs. Cammell, Laird and Company, Birkenhead), with plans and fig. and double page enclosure; Bristol Beaufort military aeroplane, with ill.; Ebbw Vale Steel Works, Messrs. Richard Thomas and Company, with ills.; Farren-type aerodynamic balance for Messrs. Blackburn aircraft (constructed by Messrs. Cambridge Instrument Company, London), with double page enclosure with plans and ills.; H.M. aircraft-carrier "Ark Royal", with plans and fig.; the works of Messrs. Brush Coachwork, Limited, with ills.; the works of Messrs. David Brown tractors, Huddersfield, with ills.; fine-chemical factory for messrs. Boots pure drug company (Sir E. Owen Williams, consulting engineer, Westminster), with plans and ills.; extensive index; complete with one page and two page enclosures; XXVII, 792 pp.

Former library copy. Leaves dampstained at lower parts, some of the double page enclosures stuck together. Paper over boards lacking. Boards a trifle loosening.

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€ 80,00

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Engineering: an illustrated weekly journal. Vol. CXXVII- from January to June, 1929.

London; 1929; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles/ reviews in this volume i.a.: the building research station, Watford, with ills.; Kitson-Meyer locomotive for the Cundinamarca railway, Colombia (constructed by Messrs. Kitson and Company, engineers, Leeds), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; dry dock no. 3 at the Philadelphia navy yard, with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; works of Messrs. Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, Kilmarnock, with ills.; the P. and O. turbo-electric liner "Viceroy of India" (constructed by Messrs. Alexander Stephen and Sons, engineers, Linthouse), with ills.; the Carl Zeiss optical works, Jena, with ills.; two-seater all-metal aeroplane (constructed by Messrs. Vickers, engineers, Weybridge), with ills.; reconstruction of the Wearmouth Bridge, Sunderland (Messrs. Mott, Hay and Anderson, consulting engineers, Westminster), with double page enclosure with plans and fig.; factory building for Messrs. Michelin tyre company, Stoke-on-Trent, with ills. and fig.; 4-6-0 passenger locomotive for the Great Western Railway (constructed to the designs of Mr. C.B. Collett, chief mechanical engineer), with fig.; extensive index; complete with one page and two page enclosures; XXIV, 838 pp.

Former library copy. Leaves dampstained at lower parts, double page enclosures occasionally stuck together a little at the lower side or Cover a trifle worn.

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Industries: a journal of engineering, electricity, & chemistry for the mechanical and manufacturing trades. Vol. XII- January to June, 1892 (In one binding).

London; 1893; halfcloth with marbled boards; 29x33,5 cm.; a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and innovative projects, engines, machinery, tools, etc.; extensive index; subjects comprising i.a.: "The United States cruiser New York, constructed by Messrs. Cramp, Philadelphia", "The Dutch armed cruiser "Reinier Claeszen, constructed at the Royal dockyard, Amsterdam", "Ten-wheeled tank locomotive, constructed at the government railway workshops, Christchurch, with a loosely inserted folding plate of the locomotive", "H.M.S. Ramillies, built by Messrs. James & George Thomson, Clydebank", "River steamers for Indian railways", "New railway bridge over the river Medway, designed by Mr. Francis Brady", with a wood engraved general view of the bridge; "The Dutch armed cruiser Koningin Wilhelmina der Nederlanden, in course of construction at the Royal dockyard, Amsterdam", with a general plan; "H.M.S. Royal Sovereign, constructed at Portsmouth dockyard, and engined by Messrs. Humphrys, Tennant & Co, Deptford, London", with a general view of the vessel; "The new paddle steamer Princess May, constructed by Messrs. William Denny & Bros., Dumbarton", with a general view of the vessel; "Torpedo vessel for the United States navy", with sectional plans and elevations; "The torpedo gunboat Temerario, constructed for the Spanish government at Carthagena", with a general view of the vessel; numerous ills., figures, plans, wood engravings; brisk illustrations and leaves, well preserved copy; XIII, 624 pp.

Rare! Former library copy, with ticket at frontcover.

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€ 190,00
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Industries: a journal of engineering, electricity, & chemistry for the mechanical and manufacturing trades. Vol. XIII- July to December, 1892 (In one binding).

London; 1892; halfcloth with marbled boards; 29x33,5 cm.; a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and innovational projects; extensive index; richly illustrated, i.a. numerous woodengravings; subjects comprising: "The Glasgow Central Railway" with sectional plans and elevation of the viaduct; "Tandem compound condensing engine, constructed at the John Abell Engine and Machine Works, Toronto", with a genral plan; "The Italian submarine vessel "Audace, constructed by Messrs. Migliardi & Vene/ Savona"; "The Favourite road locomotive, constructed by Messrs. John Fowler & Co., Leeds", with a wood engraved general view of the locomotive; "Electric tramcar at Bradford", with a view of the tramcar on a steep gradient and rounding a sharp curve"; "Locomotive ingot charging crane, constructed by Messrs. Joseph Booth & Brothers, Rodley", with a wood engraved view of the crane; "The twin-screw steamer Lord Erne, constructed by Messrs. Harland & Wolff Engineers and Shipbuilders, Belfast", with a general view of the vessel; "The United States armoured cruiser Columbia, constructed by Messrs. Cramps, Philadelphia", with a sectional elevation of the vessel and upper deck plan; "The American screw-steamship El Norte, constructed by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport", with a wood engraved general view of the vessel; "Vauclain compound rack-rail locomotive, constructed at the Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia", with a wood engraved general view of the locomotive; "H.M. Torpedo gunboat Speedwell", with a general view of the vessel"; "The engineering features of the Houses of Parliament, a complete description of the ventilating, heating, drainage and lighting arrangements", with 36 figures with detailed plans and ills., i.a. on the construction and use; "Tank locomotive for the Victorian government, constructed by Messrs. David Munro & Company, Melbourne", with a general view of the engine; brisk illustrations and leaves, well preserved copy; XIII, 668 pp.

Rare! Library ticket at frontcover. Upper part spine with slight damage.

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€ 190,00
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Industries: a journal of engineering, electricity, & chemistry for the mechanical and manufacturing trades. Vol. XIV- January to June, 1893 (In one binding).

London; 1893; halfcloth with marbled boards; 29x33,5 cm.; a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and innovative projects, engines, machinery, tools, etc.; richly illustrated, i.a. numerous woodengravings; subjects comprising: "Improved railway wheel turning lathe, constructed at the London and North-Western railway company's works, Crewe", with a wood engraved general view of lathe; "A wood engraved folding insert, supplement, of a six-wheeled coupled Baldwin locomotive Ramleh for the Jaffa and Jerusalem railway, constructed by Messrs. Burnham, Williams & Co., Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia", with a general view of engine and tender; "Proposed new road-bridge across Darling Harbour, Sydney, premiated design by Messrs. A.C. Pain, M.Inst. C.E. and R. Lilljeqvist, London", with plans; "Proposed new road-bridge, across Darling Harbour, Sydney, premiated design by Mr. J.J. Webster, London", with plans; "Gun tests of the U.S. dynamite cruiser Vesuvius", with i.a. a view of the vessel under steam; "The new Cunard T.S. Steamship "Campania, constructed by the Fairfield shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Govan", with a wood engraved general view of the vessel; "Winby's four-cylinder express locomotive, built by Messrs. R. & W. Hawthorn, Leslie & Co. Ltd., Newcastle-upon-Tyne", with a general view of the enigine; "Types of locomotive used on the Japanese railways" & "Two early locomotives", with data; brisk illustrations and leaves, well preserved copy; 552 pp.

Rare! Library ticket at frontcover. Binding a trifle worn.

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€ 190,00
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Rotterdam (10 fotogravures).

Rotterdam; 1906; de erven de wed. J. van Nelle; aangeboden t.g.v. het honderdjarig bestaan van de erven de wed. J. van Nelle; 10 losse fotogravures in linnen mapje; afbeeldingen van o.a. het Willemsplein, Leuvehaven, Molen Coolvest, de Maasbrug; afmeting van de foto's ca. 13,5x8,5 cm. op kaarten van ca. 25x17 cm.

Mapje iets versleten, belettering op voorzijde enigszins afgelbadderd. Achterkant mapje met 2 kleine vlekken.

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€ 48,00
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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CIV- from July to December 1907.

London; 1907; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the Craiginches Ironworks, Aberdeen (Harpers Limited, engineers), with ills.; Atlantic type locomotive, Great Indian Peninsular Railway (The North British Locomotive Company Ltd., Glasgow, engineers), with double page supplement with plans and figures; new floating dock at Rotterdam, with ills.; New Union Station at Washington, with ills.; quadruple-expansion engines of the White Star liner "Adriatic", with plans and fig.; the racing boat "Typhonoide", with ill.; Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway- Horwich Works, with ills.; the Stoneywood Paper Works, with double page supplement with ills.; Pennsylvania railroad- new terminal station at New York, with ills.; the Cunard liner "Lusitania" descending the Clyde (John Brown and Co., Clydebank, builders), with a view of the event; index; XII, 666 pp.

Former library copy.

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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CL- from July to December 1930.

London; 1930; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: 70-ton breakdown crane for the New South Wales Government Railways (constructed by Messrs. Craven Bros., engineers, Reddish), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; Nutfield Road Brickworks, South Merstham, Surrey (the Vimax Machinery Company, London, engineers), with ills.; the Chantarella-Corviglia cable railway at St. Moritz, with ills.; Southern Railway- new steel swing bridge at Folkestone Harbour (George Ellson, London, engineer), with plans and fig.; the Union-Castle motor liner "Winchester Castle" (Harland and Wolff, builders and engineer), with ills.; Vitkovice Steel Works, with ills.; wreckage of the R101- aerial view, with ills.; international agricultural tractor trials, with ills.; the Perak River hydro-electric power scheme, with double page supplement with ills.; the Canadian Pacific liner "Empress of Japan" (the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Govan, builders and engineers), with ills.; the Britannia valve works of Hopkinsons, Huddersfield, with double page supplement with ills.; index; XV, 722 pp.

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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CLI- from January to June 1931.

London; 1931; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the port of London authority's floating grain elevator "Thomas Wiles" (Hnery Simon, Manchester, engineers), with plans and fig.; the South Indian Railway- electric locomotive and train (the English Electric Company, London, engineers), with ills.; the propelling machinery of H.M. destroyer "Acheron" (the Parsons marine steam turbine company, Wallsens-on-Tyne, contractors), with double page supplement with plans and ills.; the Florence-Bologna direttissima railway and the Great Apennine tunnel, with ills.; the Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, with ills.; the Martinez-Benicia Bridge- Suisun Bay, California, with ills.; the Acton precious metals refinery of the Mond Nickel Company, with ills.; aeronautics in 1930, with ills.; index; XVI, 722 pp.

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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CLII- from July to December 1931.

London; 1931; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: Buenos Aires and Pacific Railway- three-cylinder tank engine (Robert Stephenson and Co., Darlington, engineers), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; Shanghai waterworks (C.D. Pearson, Shanghai, engineer), with ills.; the commercial motor transport exhibition at Olympia, with ills.; kearsley power station- Lancashire electric power company, with double page supplement with plans and fig.; coal handling plant near Shanghai for the Kailan mining administration, with plans and ills.; the Royal agricultural show at Warwick, with ills.; a visit to the B.T.H. Rugby Works, with ills.; index; XVI, 690 pp.

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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CLIII- from January to June 1932.

London; 1932; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the White Star liner "Georgic" (Harland and Wolff, Belfast, builders and engineers), with plans and ills.; Prettyboy Dam, Maryland, with ills.; London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company's road-rail vehicle, with ills.; American sea-going train-ferry steamers, with ills.; electrical equipment at the Mount Isa Mines, Queensland, with ills.; L.N.E.R. widening- Romford junction to Romford factory, with ills.; exhibits at the Leipzig technical fair, with ills.; the Darlington Rustless Steel and Iron Company's Works, Darlington, with ills.; the Barnsbury Works of Negretti and Zambra, with ills.; the new Central Railway Station at Milan, with ills.; index; XII, 708 pp.

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€ 90,00
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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CXII- from July to December 1911.

London; 1911; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: steering gear for battleships of the Giulio Cesare type (Giovanni Ansaldo, Genoa, engineer), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; the Miles Glacier Bridge over the Copper River, Alaska, with double page supplement with ills.; the German submarine U8, with ills.; enclosure of XVI pp. "Electric Transport", with 59 ills.; the Vigeland Aluminium Works, South Norway (the Oerlikon Maschinenfabrik, Oerlikon, Switzerland, engineers), with ills.; the works of the Società "Ilva", with double page supplement with ills.; Works of the Societa "Siderburgic di Savona", with double page supplement with ills.; Bristol aeroplanes (the Bristol and Colonial Aeroplane Company, Bristol, builders), with ills.; the works of the Oerlikon Machine Company, with ills.; exhibits of the FIAT company at the Turin exhibition, with ills.; mounting gun turrets on H.M.S. "Monarch" at Elswick Works (W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Company, Elswick, engineers), with double page supplement with ills.; the works of Brown, Boveri and Company at Baden, Switzerland, with double page supplement with ills.; the St. Cyr Aeronautical Institute, with ills.; the Dunston power station of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Supply Company, with, i.a., a double page supplement with ills.; index; XV, 676 pp.

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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CXIII- from January to June 1912.

London; 1912; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the new Cunard liner "Laconia" (Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne, builders), with double page supplement with ills.; designs for Calcutta Bridge- pontoons, fixed spans, operating mechanism (Head, Wrightson and Co., Thornaby-on-Tees, engineers), with folding supplements with ills. and fig.; the construction of the Cunard liner "Aquitania", with double page supplement with ills.; Great Western Railway/ the four-cylinder non-compound express locomotive "Great Bear" (Mr. G.J. Churchward, Swindon, engineer), with folding supplement with plans and fig.; the diesel engine liner "Selandia" (Burmeister and Wain, Copenhagen, builders), with plans and fig.; index; XV, 692 pp.

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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CXLIV- from July to December 1927.

London; 1927; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: the Super-Sentinel "Rhinoceros" steam tractor (the Sentinel Waggon Works, Shrewsbury, engineers), with plans and fig.); the Ferrybridge Station of the Yorkshire Electric Power Company (W.B. Woodhouse, engineer), with ills.; the 24,000-ton twin-screw motor liner "Saturnia", with ills.; L.M. and S. Railway- three-cylinder express locomotive "Royal Scot", with double page supplement with plans and fig.; Panama Pacific liner "California"- propelling motors (the General Electric Company, engineers), with ills.; the "Singapore"all-metal flying boat (Short Brothers, Rochester, engineers), with ills.; East River Station, New York, with plans; the motor car ferry boat "Fishbourne" (WM. Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton, builders); with plans and fig.; the Gladstone docks, Liverpool, with ills.; index; XVI, 754 pp.

Former library copy. Slight traces of wear.

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€ 90,00
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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. CXLVII- from January to June 1929.

London; 1929; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: Ljungström locomotive for the Argentine State Railways (The Nydqvist and Holm A.B., Sweden, engineers), with double page supplement with plans and fig.; the Cascade Tunnel, Great Northern Railway, with ills. and fig.; the Hudson River Bridge, witth figures; the British industries fair (some of the exhibits at Birmingham), with ills.; the Coolidge irrigation dam in Arizona, with double page supplement, with ills.; steam generator for the Southwick power station, Brighton, with double page supplement with plans and fig.; index; XVI, 722 pp.

Former library copy. Some pages with rather large dogear. Index and first pages waterstained.

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€ 90,00
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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. LXXVIII- from July to December 1894.

London; 1894; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: twin-screw steamship "Duke of York"- engines and boilers (messrs. Denny Brothers, Dumbarton, builders and engineers), with folding plate with plans and fig.; solid rock dredger "Majestic", for Bermuda (Messrs. Lobnitz and Co., Renfrew, engineers), with folding plate with plans and fig.; express passenger locomotive, Dutch railways- Cologne-Amsterdam service, with a woodengraved view of the locomotive; the "Gigantic Wheel" at Earle's Court, with ills.; six-coupled Bogie goods engine, Highland Railways (constructed by Messrs. Sharp Stewart and Co., Glasgow, from the designs of Mr. D. Jones, Inverness), with a folding, woodengraved, plate; the "General Skinner", submarine mining steamer (Messrs. Cox and Co., Falmouth, builders and engineers), with folding plate with plans and fig.; the New Victoria Bridge over the Brisbane River (Mr. A.R. Brady, engineer), with folding plate with plans and fig.; the Chilian cruiser "Blanco Encalada" (Messrs. Sir W.G. Armstrong, Mitchell and Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne, builders), with a folding, woodengraved, plate with a view of the ship; views on the Congo railway, with ills.; index; XVI, 582 pp.

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The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. LXXXIV- from July to December 1897.

London; 1897; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: compound goods locomotive, Northern Pacific Railway (The Schenectady Locomotive Works, engineers), with a folding, woodengraved, plate with a view of the locomotive; the Jungfrau railway, with ills.; four-coupled bogie tank engine, London, Tilbury and Southend Railway (Mr. Th. Whitelegg, Plaistow, engineer), with a folding plate (ca. 80x55 cm.) with plans and fig.; Messrs. Davey, Paxman and Co.'s works, Colchester, with ills.; Davis's motor car steering gear, with fig.; ten-wheeled mineral engine, Great Western Railway (Mr. William Dean, Swindon, engineer), with a folding, woodengraved, plate with a view of the engine; tank locomotive, Indian State Railways (Messrs. Neilson & Co., locomotive works, Glasgow, engineers), with a folding, transparent paper, plate with plans and fig.; Canadian ferry steamer "Chebucto" (Messrs. John Shearer and Sons, Glasgow, builders), with plans and fig.; winding engines for the Ebbw Vale Steel, Iron and Coal Company, Limited, with a folding plate with plans and fig.; sixty years of Thames shipbuilding and marine engineering, with ills.; Hungarian paddle steamer I. Ferencz Jozef (Messrs. the Danubius Schoenichen and Hartmann Ship and Machine Construction Company, Budapest, builders and engineers), with a folding plate with plans and fig.; the Ameer of Afghanistan's gun factories (Sir T. Salter Pyne, engineer), with ills.; locomotives for the Waterford, Limerick and Western Railway (messrs. Kitson and Co., Leeds, engineers), with a double page plate with woodengraved ills.; ice-breaking steamer "Sleipner" (Burmeister and Wain, Copenhagen, engineers), with plans and fig.; index; XVI, 662 pp.

Former library copy. Boards occasionally scratched.

[26191]

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No author.
No author.

No author.

The Engineer. Weekly issue. Vol. XCIII- from January to June 1902.

London; 1902; Office for Publication and Advertisements; halfcloth with marbled boards; 4o; with a wide range of articles and reviews; relating industrial developments and overlooking innovative projects, machinery, engines, tools, etc.; numerous ills., fig., plates, plans, diagrams, wood engravings; articles, reviews in this volume i.a.: six-coupled express locomotive, Eastern Railway of France (M.L. Salomons, engineer, Eastern Works at Epernay, builders), with a double page supplement with a woodengraved view of the locomotive; twin-screw triple-expansion engines, s.s. Arundel (William Denny and Brothers, Dumbarton, engineers), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the engines; metre-gauge Fairlie engines, Burma Railway Company (the Vulcan Foundry Company, Newton-le-Willows, engineers), with a folding, woodengraved, view of the engines; peat fuel works, Stangfiorden, Norway, with ills.; eight-coupled coal engine, North Eastern Railway, with a folding, woodengraved, view of the engine; Electrolytic Alkali Works at Middlewich, with ills.; His Majesty's first class battleship "Queen" (constructed at Devonport dockyard), with a folding plate with a view of the ship; French self-propelled lorries, with ills.; compound narrow-gauge locomotive, Indian-Netherlands Railway, Java (Mr. B.A. Gratama, Java, engineer), with a view of the locomotive; index; XVI, 640 pp.

Former library copy.

[26216]

€ 120,00

Nooteboom, Leen (sam.). Gedenkboek uitgegeven juli 1985 ter gelegenheid van het vijf en zeventigjarig bestaan van de Koninklijke Watersport Vereniging "De Kaag", 1910-1985. Z.pl.; 1985; eigen beheer; harde kaft; ill. in zwart wit; 96 p. Goed exemplaar. [32129]

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Nouhuys, J.W. van.

Nouhuys, J.W. van.

De eerste Nederlandsche transatlantische stoomvaart in 1827 van Zr. Ms. Stoompakket Curaçao. Tweede deel, bijlagen.

's-Gravenhage; 1951; Martinus Nijhoff; goudbedrukt linnen; ingenaaid; uitgave van de Linschoten Vereeniging; bewerkt door C. Hokke; met 8 platen in zwart wit en 1, uitvouwbare, lijntekening; register van persoonsnamen en schepen; XLIV, 224 p.

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€ 12,00