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[Ironware]. Kauffman, Henry J.

Early American Ironware; Cast and Wrought The crafts of the blacksmith, whitesmith, tinsmith, farrier, cutler, locksmith. gunsmith, and others

Weathervane Books New York 1966 Octavo, pp. 166, indexed. From DJ: "Kauffman presents a thoroughly documented historical panorama,depicting vividly the growing importance of ironware in the lives of our ancestors. He describes not only what was made but also how it was made, delving into all of the crafts concerned. Illustrated with more than two hundred b/w plates garnered from the archives of museums and private collections, or photographed independently by the author."
A very good study by a well known expert. Uncommon title.


Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
Condition: Very Good in Good DJ
ISBN: 0517229013
Book Id: 15339

Price: $30.00

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