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Explore the early steel industry in the United States with this comprehensive handbook, "Cambria Steel: A Handbook of Information Relating to Structural Steel," 12th edition, authored by George E. Thackray and published in 1919. This red leather-bound book is a valuable collectible and reference for enthusiasts and historians alike.

Features:

  • Binding: Red leather-bound with gold lettering on the cover and spine
  • Edition: 12th edition
  • Author: George E. Thackray
  • Publication Year: 1919

Details:

  • Size: 4.5 inches x 7 inches
  • Pages: 603 printed pages
  • Content: Detailed information on the structural steel industry, including standard spacing of rivet and bolt holes, specifications, and illustrations of steel plants such as Cambria, Gautier, and Franklin.
  • Condition:
    • Very good condition with light edge wear to the boards
    • Age-related discoloration present
    • The book is well-preserved with minimal signs of wear, considering its age

Perfect for:

  • Collectors of vintage industrial and engineering books
  • Historians and researchers studying the early steel industry in the United States
  • Structural engineers and architects seeking historical references
  • Anyone interested in the development of structural steel and its applications

Shipping and Handling:

  • Carefully packaged to ensure safe delivery
  • Ships within 1-2 business days after payment

This 1919 edition of "Cambria Steel" offers a fascinating glimpse into the early steel industry, making it a valuable addition to any collection or library. Don't miss the opportunity to own this piece of industrial history.

Cambria Steel: A Handbook of Information Relating to Structural Steel, 1919

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