1848 1st ed Bennet Woodcroft Steam Navigation Ships Boats Inventions Mechanics

WOODCROFT, Bennet

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Bennet Woodcroft was a 19th-century English mechanical engineer who is primarily remembered today for contributions to steam navigation, ships, and railroads. His book ‘A Sketch of the Origin and Progress of Steam Navigation’ covers many of the mid-century inventions that were included on ships – engine parts, boat construction, paddles, gears, and even views of specific ships.

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1848 1st ed Bennet Woodcroft Steam Navigation Ships Boats Inventions Mechanics

 

Bennet Woodcroft was a 19th-century English mechanical engineer who is primarily remembered today for contributions to steam navigation, ships, and railroads. His book ‘A Sketch of the Origin and Progress of Steam Navigation’ covers many of the mid-century inventions that were included on ships – engine parts, boat construction, paddles, gears, and even views of specific ships.

 

Item number: #16497

Price: $750

 

WOODCROFT, Bennet

 

A sketch of the origin and progress of steam navigation from authentic documents.

 

London : Taylor, Walton, and Maberly, 1848. First edition.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages
    • [8], iv, 140, 16 (ads)
    • 16 plates
  • Provenance: Author inscription – Woodcroft
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Hardcover; tight and secure
    • Cloth
  • Size: ~9.5in X 7.25in (24cm x 18.5cm)
  • Very rare and desirable

 

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16497

Category

Medicine & Science

Authors

WOODCROFT, Bennet

Printing Date

19th Century

Language

English

Binding

Hardcover

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete