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Description:illus. VG+/Good only (see notes) 407pp. Spine of DJ completely...illus. VG+/Good only (see notes) 407pp. Spine of DJ completely sunned out; 3/4" tear, bit of edgewear. Book itself is nice and solid.
Description:B/W Illus. Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8 vo. 407 clean,...B/W Illus. Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 8 vo. 407 clean, unmarked pages...fifty-five articles provide fascinating reading on a wide variety of subjects, ranging from blacksmith's hammer signals to horsehair sieves, from early burglar tools to building a New England home in 1831.
Description:Fine in Very Good + DJ. Fine copy in very good plus wrapper...Fine in Very Good + DJ. Fine copy in very good plus wrapper that has small closed chip at top of back of jacket. 55 articles chosen from The Chronicle, the quarterly journal of the Early American Industries Association. Subjects range from blacksmith hammer signals to the harvesting of ice and much more.
Description:Fine / Near Fine Jacket. 1991 The Astragal Press, Mendham, New...Fine / Near Fine Jacket. 1991 The Astragal Press, Mendham, New Jersey. No edition stated. NOT Remaindered. NOT ex-library. Hardcover has light green cloth-covered boards with gold spine and cover lettering. Black and white photographs and illustrations. Binding tight. Appears to be unread. No visible wear to book. Book is gift quality. Pages clean and unmarked. Introduction by Charles Hummel. Preface by Elliot Sayward. 407 pages. Dust jacket has very light edge and surface wear, with very light wrinkling at the corners and spine ends. Carefully packed, shipped in a box. Includes dust jacket.
Description:Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust ja. PRISTINE, Clean and tight EX...Very Good+ in Very Good+ dust ja. PRISTINE, Clean and tight EX LIB discard hard cover with unmarked DUSTJACKET (Flaps free, no spine sticker ) Interior has a few scant library stamps. Apparently not circulated.; 1.2 x 9.3 x 6.2 Inches; 407 pages; 25504.
Description:Good in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Cloth, gilt, vi, 407...Good in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Cloth, gilt, vi, 407 pp., illus., index; 25 cm. First published, 1896. Good+. Firm binding, clean inside copy. Spine slightly rolled at the crown, dust spotting/edges. Dust jacket protected in a mylar book cover.
Description:New with no dust jacket. 187933500x. New hardcover with no...New with no dust jacket. 187933500x. New hardcover with no remainder mark. Cloth covers with gold title: Selections from THE CHRONICLE The Fascinating World of Early Tools, Trades & Technology. Pages bright. No dust jacket. Professional service from a Main Street bookstore.; 1.2 x 9.3 x 6.2 Inches; 407 pages; Fifty-five fascinating and informative articles on early tools and trades, selected from several thousand published in the journal of the Early American Industries Association over the past 60 years. Some written by experts, others the first hand accounts of early craftsmen, pioneers, and travelers, they cover a wide variety of subjects including: Lumber rafting down the Delaware in 1896; How tinsmiths used their tools; Cutting, hewing and squaring a beam; Traditional soapmaking on the frontier; Making horsehair sieves; The many uses of horn education of apprentices in New England; Household irons, spinning wheels and the hay burner; Nail making in early Virginia; Making barrels by hand; Harvesting ice-from nature to the consumer; Old time fences, gathering sawdust, and the charcoal burner; Building a New England home in 1831; Another tool classification, early burglar tools; The wooden leg of Gouverneur Morris...and many more.
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