The Turner's Manual: Being a Complete Translation of the Valuable Work of L.E. Bergeron, with the Improvements and Alterations Introduced Up to the Present Time ; Illustrated with Fine Woodcuts and Lithographic Engravings of the Original Plates, Also of the Various Modern Appliances : Being a Perfect Edition of the Work of M. Bergeron, Supplemented with Original Notes and Appendices, Necessary to Render it a Comprehensive Encyclopędia of Turning, Plain and Ornamental, in All Its Branches

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Offen, 1877 - Lathes
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