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181 MacLAREN, George Nova Scotia Furniture. 4th pr.
Petheric Press, Halifax, 1976, ISBN:919380069 
MacLAREN, George. Nova Scotia Furniture. Halifax : Petheric Press, (1976). Fourth Printing. Pp (2),3-44. Illustrated. Oblong sm 8vo, light brown card covers. Name, else vg. 8.00

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182 MacLAREN, George Nova Scotia Furniture. 5th pr.
Petheric Press, Halifax, 1978, ISBN:0919380069 
MacLAREN, George. Nova Scotia Furniture. Halifax : Petheric Press, (1978). Fifth Printing. Pp (2),3-44. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong small 8vo, tan card covers. With 51 photographs and drawings of Nova Scotia-made clocks, chairs, settees, &c. Name, else vg. 7.50

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183 MacLAREN, George E. G. BLAKELY, Phyllis R. (ed.) PIERCE, Lorne (foreword) Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1961, 
MacLAREN, George E. G. Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. Edited by Phyllis R. Blakeley. Foreword by Lorne Pierce. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1961). First Edition. Pp. (6),vii-xvii,(1),1-146 + 49 illustrations including frontispiece. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "In this age of machine production, more and more people are beginning to appreciate the artistry and skill of the early cabinetmakers who created such handsomepieces of handmade furniture. Because of their beauty and fine workmanship , the products of Nova Scotia's pioneer craftsmen have found their way intovirtually every town and city in Canada and the United States. [...] As th e author's family was closely connected with the collecting and selling of antiques, Mr. MacLaren is in a unique position to tell the story of the early craftsmen from the various areas of his native province. He discusses the cabinetmakers and their woods and gives special attention to chairs, clocks and pianoforte companies. Detailed appendices provide alphabetical listsof Nova Scotian cabinetmakers, chairmakers, joiners, pianoforte makers and clockmakers." - from the dj flap. Contents: Foreword by Lorne Pierce; 1. T he Pioneers and Their Crafts; 2. Cabinetmakers and Their Woods; 3. Chairs and Their Makers; 4. Furniture Factories; 5. Clocks; 6. Pianoforte Companiesin Nova Scotia; 7. The Romance of Collecting Furniture. Appendices: A. An alphabetical list of cabinetmakers in Nova Scotia; B. A list of chairma ersin Nova Scotia; C. A list of the cabinetmakers, joiners, and turners who c ame to Halifax with Governor Cornwallts in June, 1749; D. A list of joinerson the passenger lists of Foreign Protestants who came to Halifax from 175 0 to 1753. Many later settled in Lunenburg. E. A list of some pianoforte makers in Nova Scotia; F. A list of some watch- and clockmakers of Nova Scotia to 1880. With bibliography. Inkstamp to flyleaf, else very good in nickeddustjacket. 75.00

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184 MacLAREN, George E. G. BLAKELY, Phyllis R. (ed.) PIERCE, Lorne (foreword) Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1961, 
MacLAREN, George E. G. Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. Edited by Phyllis R. Blakeley. Foreword by Lorne Pierce. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1961). First Edition. Pp. (6),vii-xvii,(1),1-146 + 49 illustrations including frontispiece. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "In this age of machine production, more and more people are beginning to appreciate the artistry and skill of the early cabinetmakers who created such handsomepieces of handmade furniture. Because of their beauty and fine workmanship , the products of Nova Scotia's pioneer craftsmen have found their way intovirtually every town and city in Canada and the United States. [...] As th e author's family was closely connected with the collecting and selling of antiques, Mr. MacLaren is in a unique position to tell the story of the early craftsmen from the various areas of his native province. He discusses the cabinetmakers and their woods and gives special attention to chairs, clocks and pianoforte companies. Detailed appendices provide alphabetical listsof Nova Scotian cabinetmakers, chairmakers, joiners, pianoforte makers and clockmakers." - from the dj flap. Contents: Foreword by Lorne Pierce; 1. T he Pioneers and Their Crafts; 2. Cabinetmakers and Their Woods; 3. Chairs and Their Makers; 4. Furniture Factories; 5. Clocks; 6. Pianoforte Companiesin Nova Scotia; 7. The Romance of Collecting Furniture. Appendices: A. An alphabetical list of cabinetmakers in Nova Scotia; B. A list of chairma ersin Nova Scotia; C. A list of the cabinetmakers, joiners, and turners who c ame to Halifax with Governor Cornwallts in June, 1749; D. A list of joinerson the passenger lists of Foreign Protestants who came to Halifax from 175 0 to 1753. Many later settled in Lunenburg. E. A list of some pianoforte makers in Nova Scotia; F. A list of some watch- and clockmakers of Nova Scotia to 1880. With bibliography. Very good in rubbed edgeworn dustjacket (halfinch tear to rear panel). Signed by the author to title page. Editor's sig ned gift inscription to flyleaf. 100.00

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185 MacLAREN, George E. G. BLAKELY, Phyllis R., (ed.) PIERCE, Lorne (foreword) Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. First Edition in dustjacket, Double-signed
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1961, 
MacLAREN, George E. G. Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. Edited by Phyllis R. Blakeley. Foreword by Lorne Pierce. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1961). First Edition. Pp. (6),vii-xvii,(1),1-146 + 49 illustrations including frontispiece. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "In this age of machine production, more and more people are beginning to appreciate the artistry and skill of the early cabinetmakers who created such handsomepieces of handmade furniture. Because of their beauty and fine workmanship , the products of Nova Scotia's pioneer craftsmen have found their way intovirtually every town and city in Canada and the United States. [...] As th e author's family was closely connected with the collecting and selling of antiques, Mr. MacLaren is in a unique position to tell the story of the early craftsmen from the various areas of his native province. He discusses the cabinetmakers and their woods and gives special attention to chairs, clocks and pianoforte companies. Detailed appendices provide alphabetical listsof Nova Scotian cabinetmakers, chairmakers, joiners, pianoforte makers and clockmakers." - from the dj flap. Contents: Foreword by Lorne Pierce; 1. T he Pioneers and Their Crafts; 2. Cabinetmakers and Their Woods; 3. Chairs and Their Makers; 4. Furniture Factories; 5. Clocks; 6. Pianoforte Companiesin Nova Scotia; 7. The Romance of Collecting Furniture. Appendices: A. An alphabetical list of cabinetmakers in Nova Scotia; B. A list of chairma ersin Nova Scotia; C. A list of the cabinetmakers, joiners, and turners who c ame to Halifax with Governor Cornwallts in June, 1749; D. A list of joinerson the passenger lists of Foreign Protestants who came to Halifax from 175 0 to 1753. Many later settled in Lunenburg. E. A list of some pianoforte makers in Nova Scotia; F. A list of some watch- and clockmakers of Nova Scotia to 1880. With bibliography. Name and sticker remnants to ffep, some shelfwear to bottom edge, else very good in chipped dustjacket. Signed without inscription by both MacLaren and Blakeley on the title page. 65.00

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186 MacLAREN, George E. G. BLAKELY, Phyllis R., (ed.) PIERCE, Lorne (foreword) Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed editor's copy.
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1961, 
MacLAREN, George E. G. Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. Edited by Phyllis R. Blakeley. Foreword by Lorne Pierce. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1961). First Edition. Pp. 146 + 49 illustrations including frontispiece. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "In this age of machine production, more and more people are beginning to appreciate the artistry and skill of the early cabinetmakers who created such handsome pieces of handmadefurniture. Because of their beauty and fine workmanship, the products of N ova Scotia's pioneer craftsmen have found their way into virtually every town and city in Canada and the United States. [...] As the author's family was closely connected with the collecting and selling of antiques, Mr. MacLaren is in a unique position to tell the story of the early craftsmen from the various areas of his native province. He discusses the cabinetmakers andtheir woods and gives special attention to chairs, clocks and pianoforte c ompanies. Detailed appendices provide alphabetical lists of Nova Scotian cabinetmakers, chairmakers, joiners, pianoforte makers and clockmakers." - from the dj flap. Contents: Foreword by Lorne Pierce; 1. The Pioneers and Their Crafts; 2. Cabinetmakers and Their Woods; 3. Chairs and Their Makers; 4.Furniture Factories; 5. Clocks; 6. Pianoforte Companies in Nova Scotia; 7. The Romance of Collecting Furniture. Appendices: A. An alphabetical list o f cabinetmakers in Nova Scotia; B. A list of chairma ers in Nova Scotia; C.A list of the cabinetmakers, joiners, and turners who came to Halifax with Governor Cornwallts in June, 1749; D. A list of joiners on the passenger l ists of Foreign Protestants who came to Halifax from 1750 to 1753. Many later settled in Lunenburg. E. A list of some pianoforte makers in Nova Scotia; F. A list of some watch- and clockmakers of Nova Scotia to 1880. With bibliography. Very faint dampstain to rear cover, else very godd in moderatelydampwrinkled (rear panel), abraded (upper left front corner), spine-nicked dustjacket. Signed by MacLaren, inscribed to Blakeley. Editor's copy. 100. 00

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187 MacLAREN, George Nova Scotia Museum Occasional Paper No.10 Woodcarvers of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Museum Occasional Paper No.10
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1971, 
MacLAREN, George. The Woodcarvers of Nova Scotia. Photos by R.E.Merrick andK.D.Gilmour. (Halifax): The Nova Scotia Museum, 1971. Pp (6),28,(2), front ispiece + 33 plates. Large 8vo, yellow card covers with black cloth-tape spine. Nova Scotia Museum Occasional Paper No.10, Historical Series No.3. With a bibliography and a list of carvers. Includes shipcarving, figureheads, &c. With frontispiece plate of the ship Caldera, and the following plates showing the figurehead of the ship Caldera, a billethead from an unknown schooner, sternboard of the ship Granville, carved pine ship's trailboard, figurehead carved by Benjamin Doane of Yarmouth, figurehead of the schooner Irma Bentley, figurehead of H.M.S. Imaum, pine figurehead recovered from Sable Island, figurehead from the ship Saint Patrick, figurehead from the brig Earl of Dalhousie, carved pine head from H.M.S. Conqueror, unpainted pine figurehead from Sable Island, and other non-nautical plates. Dampspotting tocovers and small hole to first blank, else a good copy only. As is.. 30.00

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188 MacLAREN, George PIERCE, Lorne Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. First Paperback Printing
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, 1975, ISBN:0070777063 
MacLAREN, George E.G. Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. Forewordby Lorne Pierce. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson Press, (1975). First Paperb ack Printing. Pp (6),vii-xii,1-146. Illustrated throughout. 8vo, card covers. "Because of their beauty and fine workmanship, the products of Nova Scotia's pioneer craftsmen have found their way all over Canada and the United States. In this volume, George MacLaren provides the first and only comprehensive account of the early craftsmen from the various areas of his native province. He discusses the cabinetmakers and their work [sic] and gives special attention to chairs, clocks and pianos. Detailed appendices provide lists of Nova Scotian cabinetmakers, chairmakers, joiners, pianoforte makers and clockmakers." - from the rear cover. Name inked to flyleaf, sticker residue to front cover, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 16.00

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189 MacLAREN, George. Nova Scotia Museum Occ.Paper No.04. Nova Scotia Glass. Fourth Printing, Revised Edition.
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1974, 
MacLAREN, George. Nova Scotia Glass. Halifax : The Nova Scotia Museum, 1974. Revised Edition, Fourth Printing. Pp [1]-42,(2). Illustrated. Large 8vo, green card covers. Nova Scotia Museum Occasional Paper No.4, Historical Series No.1. First published in 1965, and first revised in 1968. Edited by Barbara B. Smith. Air-brush illustrations by Azor Vienneau, photos by Kenneth D.Gilmour. Sticker ghost to front cover, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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190 MacLAREN, George. PIERCE, Lorne. Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. Second Printing, Paperback.
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, 1978, ISBN:0070777063 
MacLAREN, George E.G. Antique Furniture by Nova Scotian Craftsmen. Forewordby Lorne Pierce. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson Press, (1978). Second Paper back Printing. Pp (6),vii-xii,1-146. Illustrated throughout. 8vo, pinkish cream cardcovers. "Because of their beauty and fine workmanship, the products of Nova Scotia's pioneer craftsmen have found their way all over Canada and the United States. In this volume, George MacLaren provides the first and only comprehensive account of the early craftsmen from the various areas of his native province. He discusses the cabinetmakers and their work and gives special attention to chairs, clocks and pianos. Detailed appendices provide lists of Nova Scotian cabinetmakers, chairmakers, joiners, pianofortemakers and clockmakers." - from the rear cover. Contents: Foreword by Lorn e Pierce; 1. The Pioneers and Their Crafts; 2. Cabinetmakers and Their Woods; 3. Chairs and Their Makers; 4. Furniture Factories; 5. Clocks; 6. Pianoforte Companies in Nova Scotia; 7. The Romance of Collecting Furniture. Appendices: A. An alphabetical list of cabinetmakers in Nova Scotia; B. A list of chairma ers in Nova Scotia; C. A list of the cabinetmakers, joiners, andturners who came to Halifax with Governor Cornwallts in June, 1749; D. A l ist of joiners on the passenger lists of Foreign Protestants who came to Halifax from 1750 to 1753. Many later settled in Lunenburg. E. A list of somepianoforte makers in Nova Scotia; F. A list of some watch- and clockmakers of Nova Scotia to 1880. With bibliography. Some spine creasing, light shel fwear, else very good. 15.00

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191 MacNEILL, Jim (ed.). HOWATT, Cornelius Eastern Graphic Magazine, December 1979.
Jim MacNeill, Montague, P.E.I., 1979, 
MacNEILL, Jim (ed.). The Eastern Graphic Magazine, December 1979. Montague,P.E.I.: Jim MacNeill, 1979. Pp [1]-48 including covers. Illustrated. Adver tisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. “The first issue of the Eastern Graphic Magazine comes as we begin our tenth year of publishing the weekly newspaper, The Eastern Graphic.” Contents : Island's newest crop has talent galore; Chewing tobacco loses popularity in newsuper disinfectant world; Confusing situation; When Sister says 'Play Ball ' everyone helps; Water Street - More stop lights in less distance; Snuff and snuff boxes with elections and rum; When cars were banned and motorists fixed road s; The railroad that almost wasn't; Eleven Islanders now in pro hockey; Why is this man smiling or The Island and two crises; When cheese was made at Red Point; The House of MacPhail - Memories of yesterdays; Brothers & Sisters remember spirit of Cornelius Howatt; Books of interest to Prince Edward Islanders; Marathon runner will circle the Island; Berkley Womanbreeds new cat - with polka dots; So you want to collect antiques; At two, Caldon is already veteran backstage hand; Witnessed first automobile back in 1866; History of Dundas Plowing Match; Youngest university president. Very good. 15.00

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192 MAJOR, Alan Maritime Antiques: An Illustrated Dictionary. 1st US no dj
A.S. Barnes, 1981, 
MAJOR, Alan. Maritime Antiques : An Illustrated Dictionary. With illustrations by Barbara Prescott. N.Y.: A.S. Barnes & Co., (1981). First US Printing. Pp 254. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Toy 3802. Some red pen marks, else vg without dj. 20.00

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193 McCOMAS, Tom and James TUOHY TUOHY, James Lionel Trains Collector's Guide and History to Lionel Trains Volume I: Prewar O Gauge. 1st pr in dj
TM Productions, 1975, 
McCOMAS, Tom and James TUOHY. Collector's Guide and History to Lionel Trains Volume I: Prewar O Gauge. (Wilmette, Illinois: TM Productions, 1975). First Printing. Pp. 109. Double column. Illustrated. Large 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering. Vg in worn clipped dj. 35.00

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194 McDONALD, Ronald Manuscript Report Numbers 260 Reports on Selected Buildings in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia
National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, 1977, 
McDONALD, Ronald. Reports on Selected Buildings in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia.N.pl.: National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, 1977. Pp (2),iii-xi,(1),1-535,(1). Illustrated. Maps. 4to, green card covers, lettered in black. Manuscript Report Number 260. Contents : Introduction; Index by Street Address; Index by Date ofConstruction; Index by Original Building Use; Index by Architect, Builder, and Craftsmen; A Short History of Mahone Bay Buildings; Appendix A. Origin al Mahone Bay Lot Division (circa 1778); Appendix B. Original Oakland and Indian Point Lot Division (circa 1778); Appendix C. Plan of Mauger Mill Land(1778); Appendix D. Division of George Zwicker's Mill Land; Appendix E. Di vision of Alexander Kedy's Property at the Head of Mahone Bay (1834); Appendix F. Plan of Kedy Property at the Head of Mahone Bay (Surveyed 1852, registered 1858); Appendix G. Division of John Mader's Estate (1860); Appendix H. "Woolford Sketches"; Appendix I. Church's Map of Mahone Bay (circa 1864); Appendix J. Birds-eye view of Mahone Bay (circa 1891); Appendix K. MahoneBay (circa 19QO); Appendix L. Plan of Mahone Bay (1914); Appendix M. Mahon e Bay (circa 1895); Appendix N. Modern Mahone Bay Street Map Showing the Location of the Buildings under Study; Zwicker House; Ernst-Emms House; 5 Aberdeen Lane; "Longacres"; 1 South Main St.; 1 Main St.; 6 Main St.; "HeislerHouse"; Bezanson's TV; 12 Main St.; McLean House; 15 Main St.; Pine Shop A ntiques; 15 West Main St.; 29 West Main St.; 33 West Main Street; 46 Main St.; 1 Edgewater Street; Trinity United Church; "The Teazer"; "Lantz House";St. James Anglican Church; "Union House"; Dana Sweeney Antiques; John's Lu thern Church; 9 Fairmount St. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spine sunned, else very good. 300.00

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195 MENZIES, William G. Collecting Antiques. signed
John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd., 1928, 
MENZIES, William G. Collecting Antiques. L: John Lane The Bodley Head Ltd., (1928). Pp. 231, frontis., illustrated with 65 plates. 4to, grey cloth with black lettering to front and spine. Includes chapters on collecting furniture, pottery and art. Plates II/III and VI/VII laid in, edges chipped, four inch section of spine frayed and detaching, spine ends nicked, corners bumped, slightly bowed, boards smudged with a few dampspots to rear, else vg. Authour's signature inked to ffep. 40.00

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196 Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries) Antique Toys, Antique Advertising, Banks, Black Memorabilia, Early Games, Collectibles [Saturday, December 2, and Sunday, December 3]
Mid-Hudson Auction Gallleries, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y., 1990, 
(Mid-Hudson Auction Galleries). Antique Toys, Antique Advertising, Banks, Black Memorabilia, Early Games, Collectibles [Saturday, December 2, and Sunday, December 3]. Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y.: Mid-Hudson Auction Gallleries), n.d. [1990s?]. Pp 1-63,(1). Illustrated in black-and-white. 4to, illustrated pink stapled card covers, lettered in black and white. Some wear to spine, else very good. With a Prices Realized sheet laid in. 20.00

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197 Mid-Hudson Galleries) Collector to Collector Auction. Nov. 7 [1987]
Mid-Hudson Gallleries, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y., 1987, 
(Mid-Hudson Galleries). Collector to Collector Auction. Nov. 7 [1987]. Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y.: Mid-Hudson Gallleries), n.d. [1987]. Pp 1-63,(1). Illustrated in black-and-white. 4to, illustrated blue card covers, lettered inwhite. The highlights of the auction were a Lime Kiln Smoking Tobacco Tin which realized $12,000.00 and a Yellow Kid Ginger Wafers Tin for $11,000.00. Rubbed, wear to spine, some leaves loose, penned estimates and prices, else good. With a Prices Realized sheet laid in. As is. 20.00

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198 MILET, Jacques and Robert FORBES. FORBES, Robert PRESSLAND, David Toy Boats, 1870-1955 : A Pictorial History from the Forbes Magazine Collection 1st US in dj
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York , 1979, ISBN:0684159678 
MILET, Jacques and Robert FORBES. Toy Boats, 1870-1955 : A Pictorial History from the Forbes Magazine Collection. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons, (October 1979). First US Edition. Pp 110. Oblong 8vo, photo-illustrated paper-covered boards. Chapters : 1. Ocean Liners; 2. River Boats; 3. Warships;4. Submarines; 5. Speedboats, Rowboats, Floor Boats and the Rest. "These t in toys were objects to be played with rather than be looked at and consequently the vast majority were destroyed or damaged by their youthful owners.All Nineteenth Century and early Twentieth Century toys are now rare objec ts that many people today have never seen. Some years ago I heard that Forbes Magazine was putting together a collection of toy boats and later I was privileged to visit it. Among the over 300 Forbes vessels are many large and important early toy boats, but for perspective, it also contains many more recent and mundane toys that give a balance of light and shade so essential to any collection." - from the dj. Foreword by Malcolm Forbes. Introduction by David Pressland. Vg in dj. 50.00

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199 Mini Museum Project Mini Museum : Nova Scotia - Soda Pop Bottle Booklet.
Mini Museum Project, 1977, 
(Mini Museum Project). Mini Museum : Nova Scotia – Soda Pop Bottle Booklet.N.pl.: The Mini Museum Project, n.d. [late 1970s]. Pp 2-22. Illustrated. 4 to, 3-hole punch, brown card covers. Contents : 1. Crockery Soda Pop Bottles (Cork Type, Lightning Stopper, Inside Screw Thread, Crown Cap). 2. Glass Soda Pop Bottles (Torpedo Bottle or Hamilton Bottle, Round Bottom, Blob Top, Gravitating Stopper Type, Bowling Pip or Flat Egg, Cold Stopper Bottle, Hutchinson Stopper Type, Torpedo-Cold Stopper Type, Baltimore Loop Seal Type, Bullet Stopper Type, Crown Cap, Inside Screw Thread Type, Soda Water Advertisements, 1900-1910). A guide to soda pop bottle types with examples fromNova Scotia. Also, laid in is a photocopy of The Bottle Collectors' Dictio nary by Andy Payne (Southampton, 1970s, stapled, 46 pp) and a collection ofmaps showing individual buildings in the area bounded by Cogswell Street, North Park Street – Agricola Street, North Street and the harbour (37 leaves, stapled). Lacking title page and preface, else very good. The lot for 20.00

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200 MIPAAS, Cyril (ed.). Arts & Antiques. Volume 1, Number 2.
Arts and Antiques Publishing Co., Philadelphia , 1965, 
MIPAAS, Cyril (ed.). Arts & Antiques. Volume 1, Number 2. Philadelphia : Arts and Antiques Publishing Co., 1965. Pp 1-72. Illustrated. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated blue stapled card covers. Contents : Early American Sandwich Lamps (by J. Tarburton); The Museum of African Art (by Karl F. Cohen); Hans Conreid: A Collector of Oriental Art (by Arthur Gould); Smoking Pipes of the Amerind and the Eskimo (by Joseph Eagle); International Market Place;Early American Illuminating Devices (by Catherine Gray); Exhibition of the Month: Cooper Union Museum Pays Homage to Collectors; Pretty Moll-Poll in America (by Esther Lewittes); The Book Club; Hispanic Furniture. Rubbed, else very good. 10.00

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