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Art Metalwork With Inexpensive Equipment, Arthur F. Payne (1914):   A Reprint of the original 1914 first edition of Arthur F. Payne's Art Metalwork with Inexpensive Equipment. This was one of our biggest sellers due to the rich Arts & Crafts and Mission content and is certainly one of the best, if not the best, Manual Arts Metalworking instruction manuals ever written.  I searched for over two years to obtain a copy of this rare first edition. 

Mr. Payne was Assistant Professor of Manual Arts at Bradley Polytechnic Institute in Peoria, Illinois during the first part of the 20th century.    $24.95

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Copper Work, Augustus F. Rose (1908):   Published in 1908,  Copper Work by Augustus F. Rose is rich in the metalworking techniques and original designs of the American Arts and Crafts Movement.  This book provides valuable instruction and insights to the novice as well as the seasoned metalworker. It will help you to create beautiful and unique metal objects to compliment your Mission furniture and enhance your bungalow utilizing authentic Arts & Crafts metalworking techniques described by an acknowledged leader in the American Arts and Crafts Movement. 

Soft cover, 5-3/4" x 8",  123 pages, contains 10 chapters and is profusely illustrated with  photographs and figures. $13.95

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Metalwork and Etching, John D. Adams (1911):   Another metalworking winner from the early 1900's, Metalwork and Etching covers metalworking techniques ignored by other manual arts books. This book is a perfect companion to our Art Metalwork (another of our vintage reprints). This book will allow even the novice to create beautiful and unique metal objects to compliment your Mission furniture and enhance your bungalow. If you are interested in learning vintage Arts & Crafts metalworking techniques, this book will be of special interest. 

Soft cover, 5-1/2" x 8", 88 pages, contains 25 chapters, vintage advertisements and is profusely illustrated with photographs and illustrations. $12.95

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