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- Blacksmith’s Craft, The$22.00
The Blacksmith's Craft: An Introduction to Smithing for Apprentices and Craftsmen was published because there was no text book, at that time, on blacksmithing which could meet the needs of craftsmen and apprentices. The lack of such a book was a handicap to the teaching of this subject. It is also of great value to many other craftsmen and apprentices whose work depends on a sound knowledge of the behavior of iron and steel. The skill of the smith is faithfully recorded in sequences of still photographs and brief descriptions. Some of the methods shown and described are not the only ones possible. As experience is gained, the smith can develop his own variations of a technique. With its clear photographs and accurate descriptions, The Blacksmith's Craft is a valuable resource for all blacksmiths.
Format: Hardcover Dimensions: 5 1/2” x 8 3/4” Pages:104 Illustrations: 248Learn More
- Catching the Fire Lyons, Mary E$18.00
Philip Simmons, Blacksmith
A stimulating book for young readers about this amazing African-American craftsman. Simmons is truly a hero and role model. His gates, fences, and railings decorate the city of Charleston, SC where he forged for most of his long life.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 8.5" x 9.25" Pages: 48 Illustrations: 29Learn More
- Complete Modern Blacksmith,The Weygers, Alexander$19.95
Design, forge, and fix your own tools, hardware, and household accessories with master craftsman and teacher Alexander G. Weygers. His three extraordinary books, 'The Making of Tools', 'The Modern Blacksmith', and 'The Recycling, Use, and Repair of Tools', are classics in their field and, here, in 'The Complete Modern Blacksmith' brought together.
Format: Softcover. Dimensions: 8" x 11" Pages: 304 Illustrations: 456 beautiful sketches throughoutLearn More
- Dictionary Of American Hand Tools Sellens, Alvin$39.95
A Pictorial Synopsis
Here is the greatest assembly of hand tools ever assembled. It is a fascinating chronicle of nearly every tool ever used in North America, including ancient tools used by Native Americans; Trade tools used to create coaches, pianos, ships, and saddles; tools for harvesting farm goods, turpentine, and ice; and tools for fine bookbinding and watch repair.The tools are organized according to profession, from Beekeeper to Wheelwright, and will fascinate today's practitioners of these trades and hobbies.
Format: Hardcover. Dimensions: 9" x 12" Pages: 546 Illustrations: over 4,500Learn More
- Early American Wrought Iron Sonn, Albert H$86.00
Early American Wrought Iron
Three Volumes in One
Early American Wrought Iron is a celebration of the village blacksmith revealing the master craftsman in all his glory, his technical skills, and artistry, and illuminating his crucial role in the development of American culture. It is a giant essential resource for both blacksmiths and architects. Sonn, an excellent draftsman and commercial artist, dismayed that so many pieces of early American wrought iron were discarded, began to compile a collection of his own detailed drawings of early American wrought iron. His search through museums, antique shops, private houses, and collections uncovered many fine examples of ironwork.They are illustrated here in 640 plates containing over 3,000 drawings. Sonn spent eight and one half years traveling along the East coast sketching and doing research for this classic work.
Format: Hardcover Dimensions: 9" x 11" Pages: 765 Illustrations: 3000Learn More
- Early Logging Tools Johnson, Kevin$29.95
This book will be treasured by all who share a fascination for logging as it was done by the lumberjack, bucker, and high climber. The photos display the wide array of equipment once used to log high timber that is now eminently collectible, including axes, saws, filing tools, springboards, oil bottles, under cutters, wedges, marlin spikes, drag saws, and venerable chainsaws. Historical photos display towering giants of old growth forest where loggers toiled decades ago.
Format: Softcover. Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" Pages: 159 Illustrations: 354Learn More
- Engraving Metals Hasluck, Paul N.$10.00
Engraving is the act of art of producing figures and designs on metals and other substances by incision or corrosion. Engraving is a vary ancient art. Work that is done by incision is distinguished as dry-point. Dry-point is engraved with gravers and similar small tools, which are made to cut be the force of the miscles of the hand; for large work small chisels, struck with a hammer, are employed also. The practice of engraving is comparatively clean and inexpensive, and its elementary principles are easily learned. Engraving Metals includes chapters including everything from the tools and their uses to chasing and etching metals.
Format: Soft Cover Dimentions: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" Pages: 160 Illustrations: 117Learn More
- Forging Jernberg, John$15.00
In this introduction to forging, you'll find spliting, drawing out, upsetting, punching, angle welding etc, plus basic measuring and calculating of material needs are all covered. John Jernberg includes shrink fitting of parts and bending cast iron.
Format: Soft Cover Dimentions: 5 1/2" x 8" pages: 131 Illustrations: 170Learn More