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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Very Good
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State of New York Department of Farms and Markets; J.B. Lyon Printers. Albany, NY. 1925. First Edition. Date on Title Page. 614 pages. Hardcover. The dark green covers are in very good plus condition, there is minor bumping/wear at the corners and top/bottom of spine. There is minimal color loss and the title is stamped in bright gilt on the front cover and spine. there is only slight color loss to the gilt on spine. A very attractive book. This is a very thick book, but the binding is solid. The interior of this book is in very good minus condition. There is mild spotting on the front and back endpapers and the only writing detected is on a bookplate of a previous owner found on the front free endpaper. The frontspiece is a sketch of Charles M. Hovey and in good condition, although the tissue guard protecting it is moderately toned. Some of the text pages are mildly toned, especially near the edges. This book contains 94 color plates of various small fruits. All plates are present and are in ... Read more

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  • Book condition: Good+
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Greenfield Tap and Die Corporation. Greenfield, Massachusetts. January, 1922. Catalog No. 46A. 398 pages, followed by 20 pages of telegraph codes for ordering materials. Softcover. The tan covers are in good condition. There is some creasing on the covers and their corners. There is some loss to artwork (about 1" x 1 1/2" area) on front cover and a couple of very small spots on the back. Still, the lettering and artwork on the covers and spine are in generally good condition. The binding is solid, the front cover is starting to detach from the spine at the bottom. The interior of the book is in very good condition. There is no writing or significant spotting/foxing detected; the pages are clean and bright. The front free endpaper and top corner of some pages are mildly creased. This catalog is profusely illustrated throughout with many pictures of tools; it also contains numerous tables with information about tools and prices. There is a nice illustration of 5 of the Greenfield Tap and Die plants ... Read more

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  • Edition: Enlarged and Revised Edition
  • Book condition: Good+
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W. W. Norton & Company, New York. 1936. Enlarged and Revised Edition. 332 pages. The blue covers are in good condition, with some discoloration along the top of covers and spine. The title and author are in gold on the spine; there is mild wear at the corners and top/bottom of spine. The binding is solid. The dust jacket is in good condition; there is some minor loss at the top of the spine and there are a few small tears along the edges, all less than 1 in. in length. The front of the dust jacket is bright and attractive; the jacket is protected in a clear, archival removable cover. The interior of the book is clean with no spotting detected; the only writing is a small, faint, erased price in the top right corner of the front free endpaper. There is a bookplate from a previous owner on the inside of the front cover. The book includes 46 black/white plates, many of which are photographs of buildings such as Trinity Church in Boston, New York Public Library, and Midway Gardens in Chicago by Frank Lloy ... Read more

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  • Book condition: Good-
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Joint Commission; Judd and Detweiler Printers. Washington, D.C. 1898. 23 pages. Ex-lib. The front paper cover of this booklet is completely detached, but present; the back cover is partially detached. There are also some chips in the covers, especially a large one on the top of front cover (approx. 1" x 1"). The binding is otherwise tight and intact. The rest of the booklet is in generally good condition, the only other significant blemishes are the ex-library markings. On the front cover, there is a small New York State Library stamp along with one on the inside of the back cover. On the bottom of the verso of the title page, there is a small stamp and writing that indicate this booklet was a gift of the A. R. Spofford estate in 1908. This could refer to Ainsworth R. Spofford (1825-1908) who served as the Librarian of Congress from 1864 to 1897. He supported the copyright law passed in 1870 snd the stipulation that two copies of every "book, pamphlet, map, print, photographs and piece of music regi ... Read more

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