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1 Alling & Cory Company. One Hundred Twenty-Five Years in the Paper Business, 1819-1944; Being a Brief History of the Founding of the Paper Business of the Alling & Cory Company, Together with an Account of Its Growth.
Rochester, N.Y.: The Alling & Cory Company, 1944. 
1st edition. Octavo, cloth-backed cream boards, uncut, 76 pp. Illus. Very Good; light shelf wear, light soiling. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Bode, Frances. New Structures in Flower Arrangement, Including Assemblages, Collages, Constructions, Combines, Mobiles, Stabiles, Stamobiles and Maxim-Art.
New York: Hearthside Press, Inc., 1968. Review Copy, with inlaid slip. 
Octavo, white cloth (hardcover), [128] pp. Very Good+, with light foxing (age darkened spotting to page edges and former-owner stamp, in a Near-Fine dust jacket with light foxing. Illus. with b&w, full-color photos. Contents: Introduction; Emphasis on New Forms; Assemblage; Collage; Construction; Combine; Mobiles, Stabiles and Stamobiles; The New Look of Plant Materials; Some Call It Junk; Mixing Crafts; Backgrounds in a New Focus; The Last Chapter, Not the Last Word; Index. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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3 D.C.M. Library. Hardanger Embroideries, 1st Series. New Edition (Revised).
Mulhouse (France): Editions Th. de Dillmont, (1974). 
Oblong quarto, paperbound (stiff, illus. stapled wrappers), 11pp + 35 plates. Near-Fine, with foxing (age darkened spotting). 
Price: 10.00 USD
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4 D.C.M. Library. Hardanger Embroideries, 2nd Series. New Edition (Revised).
Mulhouse (France): Editions Th. de Dillmont, (1974). 
Oblong quarto, paperbound (stiff, illus. stapled wrappers), 11 pp. + 25 plates. Near-Fine, with foxing (age darkened spotting). 
Price: 10.00 USD
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5 Dickson, J. Home. Glass: A Handbook for Students and Technicians.
London: Hutchinson's Scientific and Technical Publications, [1952]. 
2nd printing. Octavo, green cloth, 300 pp. Photos, illus. Very Good; light shelf wear, former-owner signature. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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6 Fisher, Louise B. An Eighteenth-Century Garland: The Flower and Fruit Arrangements of Colonial Williamsburg.
Williamsburg, VA: Colonial Williamsburg, 1951. First Edition. 
Royal octavo, green cloth (hardcover), git letters and decoration to upper cover, 91 pp. Illus. with 15 plates. Near-Fine, with small chips to front and rear endpapers. Contents: Foreword by Richardson Wright; Acknowledgments; Discoveries and Rewards; The Spring of the Year; High Pomp of Summer; Golden Autumn Harvest; Winter's Pleasant Ornaments; Familiar Friends; Some Eighteenth-Century Plantsmen; References to the Text; A Note to the Curious; Index to Plant Material. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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7 Frazier, Mark. The Breakthrough Fish Carving Manual. Written and Illustrated by Mark Frazier. Edited by Ken Edwards.
Monroe, GA: WASCO Manufacturing, Inc., (1996). 
Quarto, spiral-bound (white plastic spiral), full-color photo. illus. covers, 292 pp. Near-Fine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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8 Hancock, E. Campbell. The Pottery & Glass Painter, with Directions for Gilding, Chasing, Burnishing, Bronzing and Groundlaying. Illustrated, Including Facsimiles from the Sketch Book of N. H. J. Westlake, F.S.A. With an Appendix.
Sondon: Chapman and Hall, n.d. Third Edition. 
Octavo, green cloth, (hardcover), gilt letters and decoration to upper cover, xv, 213 pp. Good, with fraying to tips of spine, edgewear, cracked upper hinge, detached title page. Beautiful, full-color plates, clean and bright. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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9 Hiebert, Helen. Papermaking with Plants: Creative Recipes and Projects Using Herbs, Flowers, Grasses and Leaves.
Pownal, Vermont: Storey Books, (1998). First Edition, Review Copy. 
Large, square octavo; hardcover (slick, full-color illus. boards); illus. with numerous full-color photos., 107 pp. Fine (As New) in a Fine (As New) dust jacket (gift quality!). From jacket: Experienced papermaker and artist Helen Hiebert shares the techniques she's developed over many years to guide you as you harvest plants, organize a studio, prepare fibers, and make your paper using both Eastern and Western styles. Step-by-step instructions for embellishing paper with natural dyes and embedded objects, plus imaginative craft projects like lampshades and accordion fold books, will help you make beautiful use of your unique creation. Contents: Preface; Introduction; Collecting Plant Fiber; Getting Ready to Make Paper; Processing Plant Fiber; Making Paper; Recipes, Techniques, and Projects; Appendix: Papermaking Plants; Glossary; Reading List; Resource Guide; Index. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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10 Odate, Toshio. Making Shoji. Photographs by Laure Olender.
Fresno: Linden Publishing, Inc., (2000). 
Quarto, softbound (slick, stiff, full-color photo. illus. gold wrappers), 119 pp. Fine (As New). From lower cover: The construction of shoji -- Japanese sliding doors and screens -- requires great skill and attention to detail, howerver the task is within the reach of amateur woodworkers, and the results will add grace and serenity to any interior. With Toshio Odate's help, woodworkers can tackle this traditional craft with confidence. Odate, who served a craftsman's apprenticeship during his youth, unites traditional insight and technical mastery in a way that anyone can understand. Step-by-step instructions, illustrated by photos taken at every stage of the work, give detailed information on how to prepare materials, lay out joints, cut the parts, and assemble two shoji projects : the common sliding screen with hipboard, plus an intricate transom featuring the beautiful asanoha pattern. Building this foundation, Odate gives construction details and notes on eight shoji variations. Technical chapters cover the Japanese mortise-and-tenon joint, shoji paper, and homemade rice glue. Drawing upon his unusual life, Odate includes richly moving stories of his sometimes harsh apprenticeship in post-War Japan, an era almost incomprehensibly far from our own. These revelations help put traditional Japanese woodworking techniques and attitudes into their cultural context. Odate's authentic account thus will enhance every woodworker's library. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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11 Ulster-Irish Society of New York. Commemorating the Presentation of a Medal of Honor to Frederic W. Goudy by the Ulster-Irish Society of New York for Notable Service to the Nation.
Camden, NJ: The Haddon Craftsmen, MCMXXXVII. 
Royal octavo, paperbound (stiff, string-tied, brown wrappers), paper labels, [24] pp. Fine in original envelope. This Tribute, composed on the Monotype in fourteen-point Goudy Village with Italics, was designed by Richard Ellis and printed from type under his personal supervision at The Haddon Craftsmen, Camden, NJ. The portrait frontispiece of Mr. Goudy was made especially for this brochure by Mary Hunt of woodstock, N.Y. Anoo: Mcmxxxvii. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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12 Witsell, Rebecca Rogers and Suzanne Kittrell. Authentic Stencil Patterns, 1890-1930. Edited and Compiled by Rebecca Rogers Witsell and Suzanne Kittrell. An Important Source for Hard-to-Find Authentic Motifs Selected from Catalogs Used by Painters and Decorators. Includes Late Victorian, Turn-of-the-Century, Classical, Craftsman, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco Patterns.
N.l. (1985). 
Quarto, spiral-bound (brown, plastic spiral; stiff printed wrappers), unpaginated. Good, with sunning and soiling to covers, light soiling to some plates. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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