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Barnard, John EVERY MAN HIS OWN MECHANIC - A Complete Guide for the Amateur to all Constructive and Decorative Work including Carpentry, Joining, Turning, Painting, Glazing, Metal Working, Upholstery, French Polishing, Picture Framing, Fretwork, Veneering, Plumbing, Wood-Carving, Paperhanging, Plastering, Graining, Staining, Masonry, etc. , Ward Lock, London, ND (circa 1920),

New Edition, 504pp, [6pp] ads., double page col'd frontis, 32 half tone/line plates, crimson cloth lettered and decorated in black, an unusual use of the word 'mechanic' as can bee seen from the remainder of the title, lightly rubbed at tips, edges a little dusty and browned, eps. sl. discoloured, dustwrapper: rubbed at extrems., with small edge tears and chips at spine ends and cnrs. internally repaired, spine a little sunned, very good plus in a very good dustwrapper, (Book ref. 22461 )  £ 14.00

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Offered for sale by: A Book for all Reasons
Contact: G. A. Michael Sims
Address: 6 Pakefield Road
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Specialities: Military and Naval history (mainly WW2)
Suffolk/Norfolk local history and topography
Early 20C popular fiction
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