Considered one of the finest of the regional books on clock and waychmaking, this publication is as much a social history of the times as a list of the mkers working in the industry. With family trees that tie-in various families and stories regarding the towns and villages that these makers worked within, this is an excellent read in its’ own right.
Very good; spine tight; some wear to the edges of the dust cover; slight discolouring to page edges.
Graham DowlerHaving gained his first medical qualification from Birmingham in 1936, Graham Dowler spent the rest of his working life in Gloucestershire as a medical practitioner. He took an interest in the social and working lives of the people of the county, most notably the clock and watch makers culminating in the publication of this book.