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Antique Woodworking Tools: Their Craftsmanship from the Earliest Times to the Twentieth Century

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A stunning array of edge and boring tools from Britain, continental Europe and North America provides a survey of hand tool-making from prehistory to today.
Hardcover, 528 pages
Published June 16th 2013 by John Adamson Dist A/C (first published October 28th 2010)
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ANTIQUE WOODWORKING TOOLS - Their Craftsmanship from the Earliest Times to the Twentieth Century by David R. Russell assisted by Robert Lesage, with photographs by James Austin assisted by wife Pauline, Foreword by David Linley, Introduction by John Adamson, Cataloguing by Peter Hackett. John Adamson, in Association with Bernard J. Shapero Rare Books, London. 2010. 528 pages. $192.50 hardcover 10-1/4" x 13-3/4" color photographs, appendix (illustrated makers' marks), bibliography, index.

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