Count Rumford

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Cover: The Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume IV: Light and ArmamentThe Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume IV: Light and ArmamentRumford, Count
Brown, Sanborn C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1970$120.50
Cover: The Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume V: Public InstitutionsThe Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume V: Public InstitutionsRumford, Count
Brown, Sanborn C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1970$123.50
Cover: The Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume II: Practical Applications of HeatThe Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume II: Practical Applications of HeatRumford, Count
Brown, Sanborn C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1969$123.00
Cover: The Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume III: Devices and TechniquesThe Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume III: Devices and TechniquesRumford, Count
Brown, Sanborn C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1969$120.50
Cover: The Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume I: The Nature of HeatThe Collected Works of Count Rumford, Volume I: The Nature of HeatRumford, Count
Brown, Sanborn C.
HARDCOVER01/01/1968$123.50
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