The Practical Metal-worker's Assistant: Comprising Metallurgic Chemistry, the Arts of Working All Metals and Alloys, Forging of Iron and Steel ... With the Application of the Art of Electro-metallurgy to Manufacturing Processes: Collected from Original Sources, and from the Works of Holtzapffel, Bergeron, Leupold ... and Others (Google eBook)
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