2 edition of guide to American wooden planes and their makers found in the catalog.
guide to American wooden planes and their makers
|Other titles||American wooden planes and their makers.|
|Statement||Emil & Martyl Pollak.|
|LC Classifications||TJ1201.P55 P64 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||335 p. :|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||83138982|
A Guide to the Makers of Ameican Wooden Planes by Pollak, Emil & Martyl. Mendham NJ: Astragal Press, 4th edition revised by Thoams L. Elliott. "The significant information now available about the makers of wooden planes, illustrated glossary explaining the types and parts of planes, common molding profiles, and the terms used in this guide; extensive bibliograpahy " pages. A chapter on American wooden planes from more than makers that includes a simplified grading system. Simplified explanations of how to judge a tool's condition for each group of tools With more than 56 antique tool categories, Antique Tool Collectors Guide to Value by Ronald S. Barlow is an excellent reference book for antique tool collectors.
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With its initial publication inA Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes profoundly transformed the emphasis and direction of tool collecting. After several years of meticulous research, Thomas L. Elliott has completely redesigned, revised, and expanded this fifth edition to include entries and information accumulated since the fourth edition.5/5(2).
A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes: Pollak, Martyl, Fagen, Edward A., Pollak, Emil: : Books/5(7). From the rear cover of this page book: "Now completely revised and updated 'A Guide to American Wooden Planes' is the most thorough biographic guide to wooden planes and their makers in the year history of the American industry.5/5(1).
The Paperback of the A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes by Martyl Pollak, Edward A. Fagen, Emil Pollak | at Barnes & n: Revised edition of: A guide to American wooden planes and their makers / Emil & Martyl Pollak.
2nd edition Description: pages: illustrations ; 28 cm: Responsibility: Emil and Martyl Pollak. by Emil and Martyl Pollak, Revised and Expanded by Thomas L.
Elliott. With its initial publication inA Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes profoundly transformed the emphasis and direction of tool collecting. Book: A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by Emil & Martyl Pollak, Fourth Edition - Book: A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by Emil & Martyl Pollak, Fourth Edition - $ Book: A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by Emil & Martyl Pollak, Fourth Edition - A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes, 4th Edition By Emil & Martyl Pollack The definitive guide, covering American plane makers from the earliest individual makers who worked before the Revolutionary War to the last few manufactures of the twentieth century.
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A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES, 4th Edition. by Emil and Martyl Pollak. A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes profoundly transformed the emphasis and direction of tool collecting. Since then, it has been the definitive guide to American planemakers, from the earliest individuals who worked before the Revolutionary War to the last few manufacturers of the.
Previous editions have title: Guide to American wooden planes and their makers. Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Other Titles: Guide to American wooden planes and their makers: Responsibility: Emil and Martyl Pollak.
A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes, Fourth Edition, by Emil & Martyl Pollak, published Astragal Press, Mendham, NJ, 8½ x 11 paperback, pages, ISBN Please note this book is new, not used. It is a reprint, NOT an original.
A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes by Tom Elliott, Martyl Pollack and Emil Pollack. A Field Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes by Thomas L. Elliott. Antique & Collectible Stanley Tools Guide to Identity & Value by John Walter.
Guide to American wooden planes and their makers. Morristown: Astragal Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Emil Pollak; Martyl Pollak. OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: American wooden planes. Description: pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Other Titles: American wooden planes and their makers.
A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES BY EMIL & MARTY POLLAK. 4TH EDITION REVISED BY THOMAS L. ELLIOT. BOOK IS SOFT COVER WITH PAGES FILLED WITH HUNDREDS OF ILLUSTRATIONS OF MARKING AND WAYS. A Guide to American Wooden Planes and their makers by Emil & Martyl Pollak.
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The last real improvement known as boxing-the addition of dense wood, generally boxwood, wear strips for fine details was in common use before The well defined chamfers, shoulder treatment and skillfully executed features of the early 18th Century WOODING plane are apparent at a glance.Nearly New Book: A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES 4th Edition by Emil & Martyl Pollak.