2 edition of Catalogue of the Horner collection of spinning wheels and accessories. found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the Horner collection of spinning wheels and accessories.
Belfast Art Gallery and Museum.
Whoever he was, he probably died in Model 41 by Wyandotte Toys. Detail outlined shaded lips, six porcelain teeth, pierced ears, brunette mohair wig over cork pate, French composition and wooden fully-jointed body, open front torso with metal door cover having speaker holes. Very minor loss of gloss and edge wear. Entries made from to are in a different hand and note expenses associated with a farm and purchases of household goods. Manuscript contains extensive notes regarding business transactions, watches bought, and daily income as well as records of a personal nature.
The unidentified compiler of this account book may have been John Hewitt, a furnituremaker from Savannah, Georgia. The box top is in excellent plus condition with no tears or damage whatsoever. Paul Minn. I've noticed that incomplete or ornamental wheels do not sell well. Marks: F. Test Your Battle Skill.
Manuscript was used by a woolenmaker somewhere in New Hampshire. Hammond used the volume to document his auction sales in West Windsor, Vermont. Game is complete and contents are near mint to mint. Germany was, and is, an important country for spinners.
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Earthquake preparedness information for people with disabilities
Tales of the North Riding
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When God was man.
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Hinduism and symbol worship
Human rights law in Scotland
People and learning
Spiritual exercises for an eight days retreat.
He believed that "handspinning, combined with weaving on hand looms, was the only logical way for people of India to become self-sufficient and independent I hope to rub them down, stain and wax so they are less noticeable.
By Rita Buchanan, pub.
Heavy paper covers. Excellent condition. The cover of the book features an illustration the majority of the dolls walking in the park. He made many pieces from walnut.
Volume was kept by a carpenter who lived in Plymouth, Vermont. Stokes Co. Bisque socket head with heart-shaped face, blue glass sleep eyes, mohair lashes, accented nostrils, closed mouth, pierced ears, brunette mohair wig, composition and wooden ball-jointed flapper body with slender elongated limbs, high heel posed feet.
The keeper of this account book was an unidentified merchant from Williamsburg, Virginia. A popular subject matter of the time.
The book provides first a page of a doll with its outfits in full color, while on the opposite page is a duplicate of the same doll and outfits, but just as black and white outlines. One of the players takes on the role of Mr. Value Points: especially beautiful face, original costume and bonnet.
Made by Milton Bradley These have never been found and no other Russian discs are known to exist at this time. Name index at front of volume. Overall excellent condition.
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