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Item:183988856808A TREASURY OF AMERICAN CLOCKS by Brooks Palmer, Collier MacMillan Ltd., NY, 1967. 558 black-and-white photographs, in-depth captions, and a rich narrative combine to make this early out-of-print book an invaluable resource reference work. This lavishly illustrated text contains more than 550 black-and-white photographs, which picture clocks, faces, and clock movements. This study constitutes a chronological pictorial history, with complete descriptive captions, covering such clocks as grandfather and grandmother, tower, beehive, acorn, cottage, OG, banjo, lyre, gallery, pillar and scroll, shelf, steeple, novelty, and many others. The examples represented were chosen as the most typical and interesting among the thousands the author viewed and studied. This book also includes a detailed “List of Makers.” This book is an invaluable resource reference for the collector, dealer, or historian of American clocks. 7.7” x 10.4” hardback book with dust cover in very good condition. 371 pages. FREE media mail shipping and handling for deliveries within the 50 United States. Rates vary for international mailings.Condition:Very Good
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