A SUPPLEMENT TO THE FIRST MANTON BOOK
The Manton Supplement is a good read in its own right, even if you haven't seen.
The Manton Supplement is a good read in its own right, even if you haven't seen. Flip to back Flip to front. Manton Supplement: v. 1 Hardcover – 1 Sep 1978. by William Keith Neal (Author), .
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NEAL . eith, BACK . 2 Vols, xv 300, 279 pages, 4t. b/w and colour illus from photographs, the supplement is a fine copy in similar d. ol I vg, dj price clipped and some creasing to head of spine. Published by Herbert Jenkins, Compton Press 1966, 1978 (1966). The definitive work on the Mantons development with excellent photos of the guns, trade cards et. Seller Inventory 21258.
William Keith Neal (11 November 1905 – 10 April 1990) was an English author, collector and enthusiast who amassed what is considered to be one of the greatest private collections of antique firearms ever assembled. During his lifetime he was regarded as the leading authority on antique firearms in Britain and co-authored "the standard reference work" on the history of British gunmaking between the 16th and late 19th centuries
amp; Back, D. H. L. (1967). The Mantons : gunmakers.
amp; Back, D. and Back, D. The Mantons : gunmakers, W. Keith Neal and D. Back Jenkins London 1967. Australian/Harvard Citation. amp; Back, D. 1967, The Mantons : gunmakers, W. Back Jenkins London. Small arms of the world : a basic manual of small arms, the classic, by W. B. Smith. Small arms of the world; a basic manual of small arms, the classic by W.
Back, The Manton Supplement, pp. 240 . L built up around the touch-holes, and the pans and pan-covers (the latter fitted with lips) have been cut back accordingly. Back, The Mantons 1782-1878, pp. 104-105. The breeches of this gun have been built up around the touch-holes, and the pans and pan-covers (the latter fitted with lips) have been cut back accordingly. Recommended features. What I’ve learned: Dr Andrew Hildreth, watch expert.
William Manton was a former member of Cauldron and one of the foremost experts on parahumans. Described as being selfish and closed off because of his intellect, and covetous of those relationships he does have. He is known to have a wife, since divorced, and a beloved daughter. Little is known about his wife, including whether she is dead or alive.
I I W. Back, The Mantons: Gunmakers, Herbert Jenkins, London, 1967. 12 W. Back, The Manton Supplement, Compton Press, Tisbury, I 978. I 3 Op. ci. (Ref. 91, p. 2 I 6. 14 P. Hawker, Instructions to Young Sportsmen, 10th Ed. Longman, London, 1854, p. 2. 15 Op. 9), p. 376. 1 6 W. Hack, British Gun-makers Their Trade Cards, Cases and Equipment, 1760-1 860, Compton Press, Warminster, 1980
Neal and Back record a letter written by Messrs Manton & Co. of Calcutta of about 1900 which gives details of the gun's locks and stock. The letter also mentions that it was one of the guns sent out to India on Joseph Manton's death in 1835.
Neal and Back record a letter written by Messrs Manton & Co. The locks appear to be based on Samson Davis's British Patent N. 648 of 12 February 1822. Specialist - Arms & Armour. London, United Kingdom SW7 1HH. WorkTel: +44 20.
William H. Keith (born August 8, 1950) is an American author, who writes also under several pen names, such as Ian Douglas, Robert Cain and H. Jay Riker. William H. Keith served in the United States Navy as a hospital corpsman during the Vietnam War.