10 issues for February to July and September to December 1904, numbered 2 - 7 and 10 - 13, of 124 pages each. * 4to. 30.5 cm. Pp. 125 - 920 [and] pp. 1055 - 1620 - it appears there were two smaller issues in August - with very many advertisements (approx. 150 per issue), many full-page and and printed in monochrome red or blue (with a few on gloss paper), altogether 9 'supplement' plates. Cont. half leather with gilt '1904' and 'H. Walker' (a former owner?) on spine, moire cloth boards. Rebacked with old spine laid down, new endpapers, bound without the wrappers, some mild age-toning to edges of paper, some slight chipping to edges at the beginning and the end; lacking pp. 265 - 270 (adverts) and pp. 1178 - 1213 (adverts); pp. 849/850 with small piece cut out of an advert, else very good * A rare journal, packed full with trade-related articles and information. With regular contributions such as notes from London, Birmingham and Sheffield, correspondents' letters from Paris and Berlin, reports on sales, trade association news, trade gazette, trial results (for watches and chronometers) etc. Articles include 'Fraudulent God Jewelry', 'Something about Coral', Productions of Precious Stones in 1902', Rings worn by the Moro head men', Swiss horological statistics, and much more. * Advertisers include Baume & Co. (also showing Longines chronographs) and Spink & Son. * The photographic plates include two plates of 'Modern French Jewelry by Rene Lalique' .There are six b/w photographs of his jewellery pieces. One of the pieces featured was sold by Christie's New York on 10 Dec 2013, lot 480 for US$185,000); one plate of 'Modern French silverware by Paul Follot',two plates of 'Modern British caskets' and 'Modern British silver cups' by W. Augustus Stewart, 'The French Enameler's Art', 'Modern German pendants and brooches', 'Modern designs for jewelry by Maurice Dufresne', 'Modern Belgian jewelry by P. Wolfers'. * A rare journal. * As far as I can see from WorldCat there are only a few holdings in institutional libraries worldwide, and almost all of later issues. The Smithsonian Institution appears to be the only library that has a set from vol. 1 (1875), possibly ending with vol. 18 (1894). NYPL and the Metropolitan Museum in New York only have holdings from 1925, and Neuchatel in Switzerland from 1927. The British Library holdings start from 1910.- Rare. N° de ref. de la librería 03384
Título: The Watchmaker, Jeweler [Jeweller], ...
Editorial: Heywood and Company
Año de publicación: 1904
Encuadernación: Soft cover
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