VG. Pictorial glossy wraps. 151 pp. Numerous bw illus. An in-depth amd illustrated narrative of the history and evolution of axe making in America. Highly illustrated. Who knew there could be so many kinds of these useful tools?
Qto. VG/VG. tall ivory DJ spine have red clay and green titles down spine, b/w on light rose background illustrates the jacket front and rear. edgewear is negligible. charcoal black cloth, HB spine and board condition is excellent, spine titles stamped in gold. endpages are a solid medium red, textblock is b/w illlustrated, pages crisp, glossary, notes. above average condition with edges unblemished. 151 pp. ISBN# 0828901384. Rockville.
1994 Printing, 8.5 x 11, 151 pages, Paperback, Book is in Very Good Condition. Book is completely intact with inside pages in Very Good condition with no tears and with no notations (no pencil marks, no underlining, no highlighting, etc. ) EXCEPT pencil pricing & inventory code on top corner of first page.
Nearly Fine. Dust Jacket Included. Signed by Author First printing. 151 pages, many illustrations, glossary, biblio, index, oversized format in cloth hardcovers, dust jacket. Text is Fine with no owner's name, no noticeable wear. Dust jacket is not price-clipped, no tears, just light wear to extremities. A superb Fine/Nearly Fine copy. SIGNED by Mr. Kauffman on the title page. Scarce signed.
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