Frank Hornby: The Boy Who Made $1,000,000 With A Toy

Gould, M. P.

Edité par Meccano Co, New York, 1915
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Etat : Very Good+ Hard Cover
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141 pp. First edition. Illustrated with photographs of the Meccano factory, and drawings of various Meccano sets and optional equiptment. The book includes a biography of Hornby, and the history of the company he started. The author's style is a combination of Horatio Alger and boy's magazines of the era. Contests were a big part of Meccano advertising and promotion. The last section has many examples of contest submissions and promotes a new Young Inventors' Accessory Outfit. Original blue cloth, previous owner's name on front pastedown. Stain on fore-edge of pages 114-122, else NF. N° de réf. du libraire 3469B

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Titre : Frank Hornby: The Boy Who Made $1,000,000 ...

Éditeur : Meccano Co, New York

Date d'édition : 1915

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre :Very Good+

Edition : First Edition.

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