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Eesti Radadelt
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Eesti Radadelt

By Michelson, Herbert

Toronto: Oma Press, Ltd., 1975. Probable First Edition. Trade Paperback. Good/No jacket. 223 pages, illustrated with black and white photographs. Written in Estonian. Blue illustrated wraps with white and blue titles on front cover. Spine very tanned, light edge wear with fraying of spine ends, corners a bit bumped, a little scrubbing, wrinkle in spine, interior pages a little foxed but otherwise bright, binding tight.

$20.00

The Virginia Military Institute Official Register 1956 - 1957, Catalogue and Announcements for 1957 - 1958
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The Virginia Military Institute Official Register 1956 - 1957, Catalogue and Announcements for 1957 - 1958

By No author stated

Lexington, Virginia: V. M. I., 1957. Not stated. Vintage paperback. Good/No jacket. 170 pages, illustrated with black and white photo plates. The calendar, personnel, programs, cadet life and more of Virginia Military Institute during the stated years. Red wraps with yellow titles on front cover and spine with school seal. Some light edge wear to wraps, corners a bit creased and spine ends a little bumped, reading creases in spine, light spotting, interior pages a little tanned with light creases in upper leading corner, binding tight.

$24.00

Galax High School Anthology, 1947
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Galax High School Anthology, 1947

By Manus, Eugene, Editor

Galax, Virginia: Senior Class of Galax High School, 1947, 1947. First edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. Unpaginated, illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings and advertising section. Freshman through Senior classes of 1947, including clubs, sports, students' choice, commencement speakers and more. Red padded boards with embossed design and titles on front cover. A little edge wear to cover, especially at spine, corners and spine ends bumped, minor spotting, former owner's name "Bonnie Trimble" on front fixed end paper, front hinge a little weak, interior pages lightly tanned, neat signatures and comments throughout, may smell a little musty, binding tight.

$30.00

Tulehoidja, February 1989
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Tulehoidja, February 1989

By Multiple authors

1989. Unknown. Trade Paperback. Good/No jacket. 43 pages, in Estonian. Appears to be a magazine for young people. Illustrated with black and white drawings and photographs, articles and a crossword puzzle. Illustrated black wraps with white title on front cover, two staple binding. Light edge wear, small creases in leading corners, interior pages bright.

$12.00

This is where mother sat down to die
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This is where mother sat down to die

By Nye, Belle Spaulding

Bath, Maine: Coastal Publishing Co., inc. Not stated. Vintage paperback. Good/No jacket. 89 pages, illustrated with line drawings and photographs. Life in Maine and the effects on communities of the building of Wyman Dam on the Kennebec River. Tan illustrated wraps with black titles on front cover. Minor edge wear, a little spotting, crease in leading corner of front cover, small black mark on top edge, a little fading along top of back cover, former owner's name and 1988 date on front free end paper, interior pages a little tan, binding tight.

$25.00

The Estonians in America 1627 - 1975
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The Estonians in America 1627 - 1975

By Pennar, Jaan, Compiler and editor in association with Tonu Parming and P. Peter Rebane

Dobbs Ferry, New York: Oceana Publications, Inc., 1975. First edition. Hardcover. 10.00/No jacket. 150 pages with name index. Accomplishments by Estonian citizens in the United States of America, arranged in chronological order. A leaflet with map about Estonia is also laid in. Red cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Minor edge wear, spine a bit cocked, spotting of cover, corners and spine ends a bit bumped, back cover scrubbed, former owner's name on front free end paper, interior pages lightly tanned, binding tight.

$10.00

The Society of Daughters of the United States Army 1962
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The Society of Daughters of the United States Army 1962

By Lindsey, Sally Bond, President

Washington DC: The Society of Daughters of the United States Army, 1962. First printing. Vintage paperback. Fair/No jacket. 83 pages, plus yellow section of advertising, illustrated with black and white photographs. The articles and members of an organization meant to keep women in touch with other military children. White wraps with black border and black titles on front cover, two staple binding. Cover very tanned with some soiling and scrubbing, a little rust around staples, closed tear at top of spine, edge wear, interior pages a little tanned and foxed, binding tight.

$20.00

Maroon Review, Galax High School, Galax, Virginia 1948
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Maroon Review, Galax High School, Galax, Virginia 1948

By Hale, Roy, Jr., Editor

Galax, Virginia: The Senior Class of 1948, 1948. First edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. Unpaginated, illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings and advertising section. Freshman through Senior classes of 1948, including clubs, sports, students' choice, commencement speakers and more. Maroon padded boards with embossed design and titles on front cover. Some wear to cover, especially at spine edges, may smell a bit musty, corners and spine ends bumped, some fading of cover, interior pages a little tanned, neat signatures and small comments throughout, binding tight.

$30.00

The Complete Catalogue of British Cigarette Cards
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The Complete Catalogue of British Cigarette Cards

By The London Cigarette Card Company

Exeter, England: Webb & Bower, 1981. Not stated. Hardcover. Very Good/good. 224 pages, illustrated with large color plate section and black and white drawings. A wonderful collection and resource for collectors of cigarette cards. Decorative blue-green cover with white titles on front cover, blue titles on spine, navy end papers. Some edge wear, corners and spine ends bumped, some spotting of back cover, interior pages bright, binding tight. Illustrated blue dust jacket with white titles on front cover and blue titles on spine shows some edge wear, curling a bit at upper edge of jacket, a little scrubbing and spotting, short tear at upper back cover fold, tiny tears along top edge, not clipped.

$20.00

The Stanley Catalog Collection 1855 to 1898
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The Stanley Catalog Collection 1855 to 1898

By Pollak, Emil S.

Morristown, New Jersey: The Astragal Press, 1989. Not stated. Hardcover. Very Good/good +. 390 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings. A wonderful collection of facsimile catalogs for identifying collectible Stanley tools. Red cloth binding with gilt titles on spine, black end papers. Light edge wear with minor bumping of corners and spine ends, interior pages bright, binding tight, spine a little cocked. Red illustrated dust jacket with white and black titles shows a little edge wear, minor spot, remains of sticker on back cover, corner creases on inner folds, not clipped.

$40.00

Antique and Collectible Stanley Tools
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Antique and Collectible Stanley Tools

By Walter, John

Akron, Ohio: The Tool Merchant, 1990. First edition, as stated. Trade Paperback. Good/No jacket. 455 pages, with index, illustrated with black and white drawings. A detailed guide to identifying tools made by Stanley. Brown illustrated wraps with yellow titles on front cover and spine. A little edge wear to cover, particularly at spine, reading crease in spine, back cover tanned, center binding broken but pages attached, first few pages detached and laid in, card missing from back of book, binding may be tender but all pages present.

$50.00

Lufkin Measuring Tapes and Rules, Catalog Number 10
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Lufkin Measuring Tapes and Rules, Catalog Number 10

By The Lufkin Rule Company

Saginaw, Michigan: The Special Publications Committee, 2005. Reprint. Trade Paperback. Good +/No jacket. 111 pages with index, illustrated with black and white drawings. A reprinted edition covering measuring tapes and rules from about 1920. Mustard and red wraps with white titles on front cover, two staple binding. Light edge wear and minor scuffs to cover, interior pages bright and clean, binding tight.

$10.00

Facts About Tools
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Facts About Tools

By Stanley Tools

New Britain, Connecticut: Midwest Tool Collectors Association, 2002. Reprint. Trade Paperback. Good +/No jacket. 31 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings. Descriptions and an overview of the types of quality tools made by Stanley Tool. Gray illustrated wraps with black titles on front cover, two staple binding. A little edge wear, interior pages bright, binding tight.

$10.00

American Race Horses 1938
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American Race Horses 1938

By Hervey, John

New York: The Sagamore Press, 1938. Probable First Edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket. 258 pages plus index, illustrated with black and white photographs and charts. Seabiscuit is Horse of the Year. Brick brown cloth binding with gilt titles on front cover and spine, illustrated end papers. Heavy wear to cover with darkening, scuffs, corners and spine ends bumped, some spotting, "Tex" written in ink on bottom front free end paper, some tanning of interior pages, binding tight.

$50.00

Price List of the National Saw Company Saws
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Price List of the National Saw Company Saws

By National Saw Company

The Special Publications Committee, Mid-west Tool Collectors Association, 2006. Reprint. Trade Paperback. Good/No jacket. 192 pages plus index, illustrated with black and white drawings. Descriptions of saws including Richardson Bros.; Wheeler, Madden& Clemson Manufactuing Co.; Harvey W. Pierce Co. and Woodrough & McParlin. White wraps with black title block on front cover and black titles on spine. Cover worn with scuffs at spine edge, tanning and a little soiling, interior pages bright, binding tight.

$25.00

Patented Transitional and Metallic Planes in America, 1827 - 1927
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Patented Transitional and Metallic Planes in America, 1827 - 1927

By Smith, Roger K.

Athol, Massachusetts: Roger K. Smith, 1990. Second edition. Hardcover. Good/No jacket as issued. 336 pages with index, illustrated with black and white photographs and drawings, with some color plates. An in-depth exploration of the types of planes and manufacturers in America for the given time period. Blue illustrated boards with orange titles on front cover and spine, gray end papers. Some wear to cover with heavy dents in spine edge, corners and spine ends bumped, small smudge on front free end paper, interior pages bright, binding tight.

$100.00

The Stanley Plane
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The Stanley Plane

By Sellens, Alvin

Augusta, Kansas: The Early American Industries Association, 1986. Eighth Printing. Hardcover. Good +/good. 216 pages with index, illustrated with black and white drawings. A detailed guide to identifying and dating planes made by Stanley Tools. Blue cloth binding with gilt titles on spine. Dust jacket is taped to book but the cover appears to be in good condition with minimal wear, interior pages a little tanned, binding tight. White illustrated dust jacket with black titles on front cover and spine is tanned, especially at spine, taped to cover, some chips along edges, mostly at spine, a couple of short tears in upper edge of jacket, not clipped.

$35.00

Millers Falls Tools: Catalog 42
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Millers Falls Tools: Catalog 42

By Stoughton, E. P., Chairman

Greenfield, Massachusetts: The Special Publications Committee, Mid-west Tool Collectors Association, 1999. Reprint. Oversized Paperback. Good +/No jacket. 240 pages with index, illustrated with black and white drawings. A reprint of a 1938 tool catalog, useful for identifying tools made by the Millers Falls company. Red wraps with black and gilt titles on front cover and spine. Very light wear to cover, interior pages bright, binding tight

$15.00

The Standard Directory of Proof Marks
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The Standard Directory of Proof Marks

By Wirnsberger, Gerhard, Translated by R. A. Steindler

Southport, Connecticut: Jolex, Inc., None. Not stated. Trade Paperback Original. Fair/No jacket. 192 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings. A record and history of the marks place on German guns, updated from 1955. Gray and white wraps with black titles on front cover and spine. Small dings in front cover, some tanning, edge wear, corner creases in front leading edge, a little spotting on back cover, some staining of interior pages with text clear and legible until last few pages, where some marginalia has been obscured, binding tight.

$20.00

The Americans in the Great War, Volume 1
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The Americans in the Great War, Volume 1

By No author credited

1919: Michelin & Co., 1919. Probable First Edition. Hardcover. Good/poor. 132 pages, illustrated with diagrams and black and white photographs, plus advertising. Dedicated to the memory of the Michelin employees and workmen who died gloriously for their country. Tan cloth binding with brown titles on front cover and spine, advertising on end papers. Some bumping of corners and spine ends, some edge wear with small dent in bottom of front cover and chewed edge of back cover bottom, a little wrinkling of cloth, end papers tanned, back hinge weak showing a bit of webbing, interior pages bright, binding otherwise tight. Dust jacket is in pieces and laid inside book with large edge chips and short tears.

$12.00

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