A Study of a fine Chronometer Maker, and of his Relatives, Associates and Successors in the family business, 1750-1928.
Cloth covered hard covers, 177 pages, 21 photographic plates, exhaustive lists of clocks, chronometers and watches. Antiquarian Horological Society, London, 1968. Together with The Supplement, printed card covers, 283 pages, 33 photographic plates, plus corrections and additions to the original listings. AHS, 1979.
An important work, both regarding the output of the Barraud firm and English watchmaking in the 19th century in general - essential reading for anyone interested in English watches. Contents of both almost as new, looking never to have been used, only the dust jacket of the hard bound book in poor condition.
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