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Blacksmithing for the Home Craftsman

By: Pehoski, Joe

Price: $9.00

Publisher: NP, Stuhr Museum/Prairie Pioneer Press: 1973

Edition: sixth printing

Seller ID: 3035

Condition: Very Good


Staple-bound card wraps, 13 by 19 cm, 42 [2] pp., illus. very good with light wear to the wraps. An easy to follow introduction to blacksmithing including sections on setting up shop, basic tools, picking iron, starting and maintaining a fire, heat colors, forging, tempering, welding, scarfing, etc. View more info

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The Corkwood Peg Loom Book: How to build your own dual gauge peg loom and how to use it [Weaving]

By: Regendanz, Maggie

Price: $15.00

Publisher: East Sussex, England, Corkwood: 2005

Seller ID: 3362

Condition: Very Good


Plastic comb binding with clear plastic cover, 21 by 29.5 cm, 14 pp., illus. in color. Very good with a few light dings and creases. A brief look at the peg loom, with chapters on tools you need to make your own peg looms; how to make a 92cm dual gauge loom; threader tool; basic peg loom weaving: threading the loom, weaving the loom, and joining blocks of colour; tying off and finishing loose ends, a quick to make rag rug; other materials; and useful addresses. View more info

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The Modelmaker: For Those Interested on Making Working Models, Volume III - 1926

By: Spon, W. Edmunds

Price: $45.00

Publisher: New York, Spon & Chamberlain: 1926

Edition: Bound Volume

Seller ID: 2657

Condition: Very Good


Spon, W. Edmunds. The Modelmaker: For Those Interested on Making Working Models, Volume III. New York: Spon & Chamberlain, 12 bound issues including Vol. III No. 1, January 1926 through Vol. III, No. 12, December 1926. Red cloth with gilt spine and cover titles, 13 by 18.2 cm, iv 208 pp., original wraps bound in, illus., one fold-out. Minor wear to the boards, leaves are yellowed, and the fold-out of a boat diagram is brittle at the folds and has separated into four pieces. There is a striking bookplate on the front pastedown for Frederick H. Robinson, designed in 1929 by F. Meier. A bou... View more info