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Historical Metallurgy Vol 42.2

Historical Metallurgy Vol 42.2
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Volume 42 No. 2 (2008)  

Introduction

Crucible steel as an enlightened material     Chris Evans

To view the first page of this paper click here: 42_2_p_79_Evans.pdf

Steel at the dawn of capitalism: reformation, technology and enlightenment     Paul Belford

To view the first page of this paper click here: 42_2_p_89_Belford.pdf

Steel in the Derwent valley – but enlightenment?      David Cranstone

To view the first page of this paper click here: 42_2_p_100_Cranstone.pdf

The 18th-century Sheffield saw industry: its origins and relationship to crucible steel making       Simon Barley

To view the first page of this paper click here: 42_2_p_112_Barley.pdf

Steel and toy trade between England and France: the Huntsmans’ correspondence with the Blakeys (Sheffield-Paris, 1765–1769)       Liliane Pérez

To view the first page of this paper click here: 42_2_p_127_Perez.pdf

‘Deceitful Wares’ – the quality control of knives by the Searchers of the Company of Cutlers in Hallamshire     Jane Unwin

To view the first page of this paper click here: 42_2_p_148_Unwin.pdf

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