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Very Good in Very Good jacket. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. 272 pages. Lite spoiling to jacket. Price sticker on back jacket. Book is like new inside and out. Extra cost for International shipping due to weight, over 4 lbs.
New in New jacket. Book Introduced into a skeptical American marketplace early in the twentieth century, the wristwatch soon caught the consumer's imagination. It was not long before American watch manufacturers adopted the form and brought their ingenuity and creativity to bear on the style and design of the wristwatch. Fifty years of innovation and beauty follow, and this beautiful book brings you the story in word and picture. Illustrated with over 600 full color pictures, the authors have traced the history of the American wristwatch. Their original research brings life to some of the persons who influenced its development. Design periods are defined and the watches they engendered are amply illustrated giving the reader knowledge that is valuable, both for the appreciation and the collecting of these wristwatches.
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