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A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES

A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES
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Revised by Thomas L. Elliott. This is the definitive guide to American wooden planes. It covers the earliest individuals, from before the ARevolutionary War to the last few manufacturers of the twentieth century. This fourth edition contains a tremendous amount of new information. Over 4000 biographical entries, 5000 imprints, and almost 2700 wedge outlines. Includes almost 3000 individual rating for judging relative scarcity and value.

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