A History of Technology, Volumes I-V. Volume I: From Early Times to Fall of Ancient Empires; Volume II: The Mediterranean Civilizations and the Middle Ages; Volume III: From the Renaissance to the Industrial Revolution, c.1500-c.1750; Volume IV: The Industrial Revolution, c.1750-c.1850; Volume V: The Late Nineteenth Century, c.1850-c.1900
by Ed. Singer, C., Holmyard, E. J., Hall, A. R., & Williams, T. I.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1957-1959. First Edition Thus, Second Printing. Hardcover. Five Volume set; large octavo; Conditions range between VG/VG to Very Poor/Good; tan and blue spines with red text; jackets have age toning, rubbing, significant chipping and tearing, Vol. I has tearing all along spine, spine has been taped in a few spots to keep it from completely falling apart, Vol. II has small tears around edges, large tear at spine head, Vol. III has tears at spine head and tail and in corners, large tear on front tail edge, Vols. IV and V are in considerably better condition; boards are strong and clean; textblocks have age toning, edgewear, otherwise clean. Full-priced Rockville. (Inventory #: 14-135-1295867)
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