MACHINERY

[J. Rhodes & Sons, Ltd., manufacturers of sheet metal working machinery.] Trade catalogue, profusely illustrated with photographs and diagrams, and detailed descriptive text.

Author: 
J. Rhodes & Sons, Ltd. Grove Iron Works, Wakefield, manufacturers of sheet metal working machinery, founded 1824 [Edwardian trade catalogue]
Publication details: 
J. Rhodes & Sons, Ltd., Grove Iron Works, Wakefield. London Office, 37, Walbrook, E.C. [J. H. Davenport & Co., Columbian Printing Works, Leeds, Yorks.] [1901.]
£80.00

409 + [6]pp., 8vo. In blue cloth, with ornate design printed in silver on front cover, around a laid down photographic portrait of 'The late Alderman J. Rhodes, J.P. Founder of the Firm in 1824.' Spine reads: '1824. J. RHODES & SONS, LTD., 1901.' Text embossed on back cover. In fair condition, on aged paper, in lightly-worn and aged binding. Two leaves of addenda tipped-in, the first, with text printed in red, headed 'Notice. - American Competition!'; the second carrying text and illustration of the '"Rhodes" "Excelsior" Treadle Guillotine Shear'.

[Agricultural ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement for 'John Lampitt & Co.'s Improved Double-Blast Thrashing and Finishing Machine.' With engraved illustration.

Author: 
[John Lampitt & Co., Engineers and Millwrights, Vulcan Foundry, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
Publication details: 
'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Undated [1880s].
£25.00

Printed in brown on one side of a 25 x 18.5 cm piece of cream paper. In very good condition, lightly aged. Beneath the heading is a 6 x 9 cm engraving of the machine, followed by twelve lines of description, and the prices for eleven different versions of the machine. The firms address is at the foot, with the printers' slug outside the border in the bottom right-hand corner. From the archive of Cheney & Sons, 'General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury'.

[Agricultural ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement for 'Barrows & Co. Limited, Engineers, Banbury. Trolley or Lurry.' With engraved illustration.

Author: 
[Barrows & Co. Limited, Engineers, Banbury; Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire; Wimbledon Local Board]
Publication details: 
Barrows & Co. Limited, Engineers, Banbury. 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Undated [1880s].
£30.00

Printed on one side of a 25 x 20 cm piece of pink paper. In very good condition, lightly aged. With 6.5 x 15 cm engraved illustration of the trolley, carrying a sign for the 'WIMBLEDON LOCAL BOARD', followed by: 'Fitted with wood naves, Drabble's patent arms and boxes, with brass oil caps, springs, and cross check spring, oak frame-work, and strong elm boards in bottom.' Beneath this the prices and dimensions, and capacity of five sizes of the trolley, with 'Extras, if required' below. The firm's address is at the foot, with the printers' slug centred beneath this outside the border.

[Agricultural ephemera from Victorian Banbury.] Handbill advertisement for 'Barrows & Co. Limited, Banbury. (Late James & Son, Cheltenham.) Tumbler Carts. For sanitary and other purposes.' With engraved illustration.

Author: 
[Barrows & Co. Limited, Banbury (late James & Son, Cheltenham); Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire]
Publication details: 
Barrows & Co. Limited, Banbury (late James & Son, Cheltenham). 'Cheney & Sons, Typ., Banbury.' [Cheney & Sons, General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury, Oxfordshire.] Undated [1880s].
£30.00

Printed in black on a 25 x 20 cm piece of grey paper. In very good condition, lightly aged. Beneath the title is a 5 x 11 cm engraving of the cart, followed by a seven-line description, and the prices for five sizes of the cart, with the capacity of each in gallons. The firm's address is at the foot, with the slug centred below it outside the border. From the archive of Cheney & Sons, 'General, Commercial & Artistic Printers, Banbury'.

[Typescript (production copy?) of 'A Brief Survey of Printing History and Practice by Stanley Morison and Holbrook Jackson'. With 14 illustrations laid down, differing from those published, with label and two captions in Morison's autograph.

Author: 
Stanley Morison (1889-1967) and Holbrook Jackson (1874-1948) [The Fleuron Society; Linotype & Machinery Limited, London]
Publication details: 
The leaves of the typescript on letterheads of Linotype & Machinery Limited, London. Title-page: 'London | At the Office of the Fleuron | St. Stephen's House Westminster SW1 | 1923'.
£280.00

40pp., 4to, with sixteen additional leaves carrying laid-down printed matter. Stapled. In green card ad hoc binding, with white label on front cover in Morison's autograph, with ruled border, reading 'A Brief Survey of | Printing | Stanley Morison & Holbrook Jackson'. In fair condition, on aged paper, the leaves of the text having become detached from the aged and worn binding. The duplicated pages of typed text are on the rectos of forty leaves, each with letterhead of 'LINOTYPE & MACHINERY LIMITED, LONDON'.

[Bank of England] Autograph Letter (Signature mainly lost through loss of text) from the Bank of England to the Bank of Scotland

Author: 
[Bank of England; provision of a Press]
Publication details: 
Bank of England: 28 August 1852
£400.00

Sent from the Bank of England on 28 August 1852. 4pp., 12mo. Bifolium. In poor condition, with a section torn away from the foot of both leaves, with loss of text including the writer's signature. The letter begins: 'Dear Sir | When you receive this, your Press &c. will be well on its way to Edinburgh.

[Printed pamphlet.] Facts for Inventors and Manufacturers. By W. P. Thompson & Co. (F.C.S., M.I.M.E., M. Council S.C.I., &c.)

Author: 
[W. P. Thompson & Co., Liverpool and Manchester patent offices]
Publication details: 
Printed at the Patent Offices, 6, Lord Street, Liverpool. 6, Bank Street, Manchester. 1887. Entered at Stationers' Hall.
£85.00

16pp., 16mo. Stapled. In fair condition, on aged paper, with slight staining to last leaf. Printed in red on the title-page: 'NOTE. - After perusal, please file this Pamphlet for reference, or to lend to others interested in Patents.' An introductory note by the firm sets out the aims of the work: 'To Patentees and Manufacturers. | This Pamphlet, describing the Law and Practice relating to Patents, is designed as a useful guide to Patentees.

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