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1900 Electric Bells How to Make and Fit Them By Paul Hasluck

1900 Electric Bells How to Make and Fit Them By Paul Hasluck

Paul Hasluck

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1900 Electric Bells How to Make and Fit Them By Paul Hasluck

Original 1900s Pocket Reference book entitled:-"Electric Bells, How to Make and Fit Them, Including, Batteries, Indicators Pushes, And Switches." Edited by Paul. N. Hasluck. From the "Work" Handbook series published by Cassell & Company. It was originally priced at 1 shilling (as seen on the book cover).

It contains chapters on, e.g; electric current, wiring, conductors, batteries, wiring for burglar alarms, construction of an electric bell, switches and indicators. There are some wonderful black and white schematics illustrating the book.


* Used Hardcover: 160 pages, 8 Chapters, 162 figures.
* Author: Paul N Hasluck
* Publisher: Cassell & Company Limited, Ludgate Hill, London
* Book Condition: Fair (No missing pages or markings on the inside except on one page where someone has coloured in an illustration on staples)
* Published in 1900. First Edition
* Stained, Discoloured and Scuffed Blue-Grey cloth hardcover with red and blue design and lettering.
* Spine ends and corners have wear and bumps
* Light foxing throughout,
* Interior has yellowed with age
* Approximate size: Crown Octavo (8vo) Height: 17.7cm x Width 10.5cm x Depth 1.1cm

Amusingly, the publisher's note states that:-
''This treatise on Electric Bells is issued in the confident belief that it's not only thoroughly practical and reliable, but is so simply worded that even inexperienced readers can understand it."

I hope that the publisher is correct!

A nice old pocket reference book for the book collector and Engineer.

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