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Book Description

'Telescopes. Their construction, adjustment and use, with plans and details of observatories; also full instructions for grinding, figuring and silvering Newtonian Mirrors'. 2 full page black and white illustrations with diagrams, etc (some full page) in the text.
Dealer Notes
William Banks, maker of the "popular" equatorial mount for telescopes
Author Banks, William.
Date No date (c.1920)
Binding Cloth boards. 18x12cms.
Publisher G. Winterburn, Bolton.
Condition Covers scuffed and bumped. Inner front hinge split (8cms). Contents little fingered and soiled with a few annotations. Name on back of frontispiece.
Pages 54pp + 3p advertisements.

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