These seven pages of engravings were taken from the History of the Cotton Manufacture by Edward Baines, published in London by H. Fisher, R. Fisher, and P. Jackson in 1835. These detailed mechanical illustrations show machines used in the production of cotton, including The Spinning Jenny; Throstle, Mule, & Self Acting Mule; Carding Engine and Drawing Frame; Lewis Paul's Spinning Machine; Patent Machines; and Power Looms. Each page measures about 8.75" by 5.25" and is made of thick cotton paper. One page has been cropped. These 180 year old prints are in fair condition with staining and edge discoloration. Ideal for collage and other art projects.