American Mechanics’ Magazine, containing useful original matter on subjects connected with manufactures, the arts and sciences, as well as selections from the most approved Domestic and Foreign Journals. Conducted by Associated Mechanics. Vol II. [Volume Two]

New York: Published by H.C. Williams, 1826.

Price: $850.00

Hardcover. Octavo. Bound in sturdy black library buckram, with call letters on the spine, but no other obvious library markings. 299, [3]pp. Wood-engraved plates. Slight foxing in the text, old, neat, and pretty much unneccesary professional repairs to a few page edges, a very good copy. Issues from August 6, 1825 through February 11, 1826 bound together with an index. After the index is a three-page advertising prospectus for the next volume of the series to be renamed *Franklin's Journal, and American Mechanics’ Magazine.* Important magazine recording advances in American and British science and engineering, including bridges, tunnels, canals, and of particular interest, a steam coach or early automobile to be used both on and off of tracks.

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Item #297236 American Mechanics’ Magazine, containing useful original matter on subjects connected with manufactures, the arts and sciences, as well as selections from the most approved Domestic and Foreign Journals. Conducted by Associated Mechanics. Vol II. [Volume Two]
American Mechanics’ Magazine, containing useful original matter on subjects connected with manufactures, the arts and sciences, as well as selections from the most approved Domestic and Foreign Journals. Conducted by Associated Mechanics. Vol II. [Volume Two]
American Mechanics’ Magazine, containing useful original matter on subjects connected with manufactures, the arts and sciences, as well as selections from the most approved Domestic and Foreign Journals. Conducted by Associated Mechanics. Vol II. [Volume Two]
American Mechanics’ Magazine, containing useful original matter on subjects connected with manufactures, the arts and sciences, as well as selections from the most approved Domestic and Foreign Journals. Conducted by Associated Mechanics. Vol II. [Volume Two]