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'Metallurgy
by Carl G. Johnson, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Consultant and Member of American Society for Metals and American Welding Society
Illustrated
1943 American Technical Society, Chicago, USA'

This book will be shipped via MEDIA MAIL, which could take up to a week to reach its destination. Shipping upgrades are available at checkout.

Hardcover book with dust jacket has some wear around the edges, especially along spine. Boards are in nice condition for their age; no mold, no fraying, no major damage. There's an old Montgomery Ward price sticker on the front endpaper along with a two dollar price written in pen. There's also a small number six written on the back endpaper.

The rest of the pages look good with no other writing, foxing or tears. Binding is strong, no Ex Libris, no inscription, no price clipping, not a library copy. Book is in good condition overall.

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1943 Metallurgy by Carl G. Johnson - American Technical Society - Vintage Hardcover Book with Dust Jacket

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  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Only ships to United States from Colorado, United States.
  • Feedback: 108 reviews
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