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THE HISTORY OF FURNITURE .  Intro. by Sir Francis Watson.;
New York: William Morrow & Company. 1976. 344pp. Illus., in quarto format. Dust jacket clean with slight wear to edges, and a tear at the back. Boards in very good shape. Pages clean and bright with no markings. A very good, clean copy. 
THE OLD FURNITURE BOOK. With a Sketch of Past Days and Ways.
NY:Tudor Publ. Co. (1937). 254pp. Illus.
Framingham, Massachusetts:Wallace Nutting. 92pp. Includes 88 pages of sepia-toned illustrations. Soft-cover. Light wear at edges. Internally a very good copy; clean and free of stray markings. Included are two informative and humorous 4-page pamphlets on Nutting\'s life and productions. One was written at his time, possibly by Nutting in a tongue and cheek manner. The other, similar in form but less humorous, published by the Old America Company, in the 1930s. The first one is illustrated by a portrait by Bachrach. The later one is illustrated, also by portrait photograph, but of a later period. S041
WIENER SILBER, 1780-1866.
1989. 2 vols. Vol 1:SNUFFBOXES; Vol. 2:SUGAR BOWLS, SUGAR CASTORS; SUGAR VASES. 352pp; 592pp. Extensively illustrated. With dust jackets. An excellent set.
Hanover: University of New England. 2010. xvii, 223pp. With dust jacket. Shrink wrapped. A fine copy. A study of women's painted furniture. TS123.
GREENBERG'S GUIDE TO LIONEL TRAINS 1901-1942. Volume III: Accessories
Sykesville, MD: Greenberg Publishing Company Inc. (1993). Stated 1st edition. 160pp. Hardcover.  In very good condition.  Covers just very lightly shelfworn, otherwise clean. Internally, no previous owners marks or signatures. 
MODERN ELECTRIC CLOCKS. Principles, Construction, Installation, and Maintenance
London:Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, Ltd. 1935. 2nd edition. 214pp + 4pp ads +23pp booklist. The book is in very good condition. The boards are lightly bowed and corners bumped but otherwise the boards are clean and gilt bright. Internally, a bit of age-toning to end-pages but there are no other marks or signatures. Dust jacket in fair condition; very soiled both inside and out with many chips and small tears to edges.
With an essay by Conrad Edick Wright. New York:The New York Historical Society. 1984. 142pp. Illustrated. Wraps. Covers are lightly worn at the edges and spine, with some minor soiling to the covers. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good, clean copy.