A4 Perfect Bound, 48pp plus card covers
Milling and Grain is the Successor to Milling (established in 1891). It is now a high quality A4 size full colour magazine with a worldwide circulation
It is now the contemporary milling industry’s most informative and dedicated information source, featuring each month reports on new technology, commodity updates, company profiles,…
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First Edition with good dust jacket, book condition very good, 224pp. Describes the rise and fall of wind and water mills with some 35 wonderful photographs (b/w) of old watermills and windmills.
First edition in near-fine condition. The dust jacket has been protected by a plastic sleeve, keeping it as new. Hardback 138 pages with 70 black and white photographs.
The classic book on Sussex windmill from the 1930s. very rare in this condition.
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Tail Stone Governor Outwood
Brake Wallower and Spur
Dated September 1935
1 of 83 pages
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