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    Price of Every Thinge

    ISBN-10: 1845300661
    ISBN-13: 9781845300661
    Edition: 2010
    Author(s): Harriet Wynter
    Description: Harriet Wynter was, in her time, doyenne of the antique scientific instrument trade, and this is her story. Forced to make a living as a single parent - at a time when being a working mother was looked at askance by society - she bravely, and  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2010
    Publisher: Grimsay Press
    Publication Date: 3/15/2010
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 336
    Language: English

    Harriet Wynter was, in her time, doyenne of the antique scientific instrument trade, and this is her story. Forced to make a living as a single parent - at a time when being a working mother was looked at askance by society - she bravely, and ultimately successfully, set up in business as an antiques dealer. She at first specialised in porcelain, but fell in love with the complexity and beauty of those articles of utility which are known as scientific instruments. Co-author of one of the first books on this fascinating subject, her life is told with the verve and panache which it deserves. q

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