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    Ironwork Today Vol. 2 Snyder, Jeffrey B
    $50.00

    Ironwork Today: Inside and Out, Vol. II

    A collection of hundreds of beautiful color photos displaying the impressive iron are work of today's artist-blacksmiths.

    Format: Hardcover.   Dimensions: 11 x 8.5   Pages: 256   Illustrations: 500 in color

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    Knights
    $19.95

    Clad in armour and mounted on horseback, knights were noble warriors who lived hundreds of years ago in a world where mighty castles dominated the landscape and rival forces clashed in blood-soaked battles. Enter a world filled with heroism, romance and warfare and find out about the rise and fall of the most feared warriors in medieval Europe. A young readers guide to the Medieval World.

    Format: Hardcover.  Dimentions: 12" x 10 1/2"   Pages: 29   Illustrations: 100 with lots of pull-out pictures

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    Knights In Shining Armor Sinkević, Ida
    $28.00

    Myth and Reality 1450-1650

    This scholarly significant, popularly written, and beautifully illustrated work explores the multiple rolls of arms and armor in the Renaissance and Baroque societies. During the period between 1450-1650, gunpowder weapons and new military technologies gradually extinguished the need for knights in shining armor on the battlefield. In this period, unsurpassed production of elaborate, richly decorated, and superbly crafted suits of armor became a symbol of status and was worn increasingly for ceremonial purposes and adopted into everyday life and dress.

    Format: Hardcover.   Dimensions: 11.5" x 10.75"   Pages: 84   Illustrations: 111

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    Mästermyr Find, The Arwidsson, Greta and Berg, Gosta
    $17.95

    A Viking Age Tool Chest from Gotland

    This chest, found in1936 in Mästermyr on the island of Gotland, Sweden, contains more that 200 tools used by Viking blacksmiths, woodworkers and metal smiths. This archaeological find is described in detail with clear photographs and drawings.

    Format: Softcover.   Dimensions: 8. 1/2" x 11"   Pages: 90   Illustrations: 75

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    Metals Shaping Our World Zronik, John
    $9.95

    METALS Shaping our world shows us the value of metal, from building the space shuttle to preserving food in tin cans. People depend on metals every day of their lives. Almost everything we make or use today contains some amount of metal. Humans have been using metals for more than 5,000 years. Tools and weapons were the first objects made from metals. A clear, valuable book for young readers.

    Format: Soft Cover   Dimentions: 8 1/4" x 11"   Pages: 32   Illustrations: 50

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    Metalworking Hasluck, Paul N.
    $14.95

    Metalworking, by master blacksmith Paul N Hasluck,  is a classic guide filled with more than 2,000 beautiful black-and-white illustrations and clear, comprehensive instructions, offering everything you need to know to turn a chunk of metal into a useful and well-crafted product. Metalworking is ideal for all metalwork enthusiasts. Whether you are a handyman or handywoman looking to dabble in soldering, or are serious about fine-tuning your craftmanship, Hasluck's book of timeless tips and procedures will quickly become your go-to guide.

    Format: Softcover   Dimentions: 6" x 9"  Pages: 760  Illustrations:  over 2,000

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    Metalworking Trades In Early America Kauffman, Henry J
    $18.00

    Metalworking Trades in Early America provides an excellent overview for both collectors and artisans. They are all here: The blacksmith, whitesmith, edge tool maker, cutler, locksmith, wheelwright, gunsmith, nailer, and tinsmith.

    Format: Softcover.   Dimensions: 8.5" x 11"   Pages: 168   Illustrations: 210

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    Mousehole Forge Postman, Richard
    $25.00

      MOUSEHOLE FORGE

     Between approximately 1800 and 1860 Mousehole Forge of Sheffield, England was the premier anvil maker of the world. How could a small manufacturer restricted to about one acre of land with a forge shop having just 9,000 square feet, using primarily water power to drive their antiquated helve hammers and other equipment, compete so successfully with other famous English anvil makers, using more modern methods and machinery. For well over 200 years anvils have been made at Mousehole Forge, which for two centuries, at least, was the only works of its kind in the world.

    This is the story of this small company and their anvils.

     Format: Softcover.   Dimensions: 8.5" x 11.25"    Pages: 120    Illustrations: 190

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