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Tweedale's Directory of Sheffield Cutlery Manufacturers 1740-2013: Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition By Geoffrey Tweedale
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This is the most comprehensive directory of the Sheffield cutlery industry ever compiled. It contains over 1,600 histories of knife, razor, scissors, silver-plate, and surgical instrument makers.... More > • Famous names, such as Joseph Rodgers, Mappin, Wostenholm, and Walker & Hall are included, besides hundreds of smaller enterprises. • Each profile has detailed trade mark and genealogical information. Hundreds of illustrations document the factories, personalities, and cutlery products. • Introductory chapters outline the history of the world’s greatest cutlery centre. • It is a major resource for historians, genealogists, collectors, and anyone interested in traditional crafts.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s PB By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s PB By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s Color By Phil Bazer
eBook (PDF): $45.00
You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s (B&W new) By Phil Bazer
eBook (PDF): $35.00
You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s Color By Phil Bazer
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
NEW ORLEANS CUTLERS UNTIL THE 1900s (B&W new) By Phil Bazer
Hardcover: $50.00
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You never know when a New Orleans knife may turn up that was made or sold in New Orleans. If a knife is marked “New Orleans” it is a real find. People are amazed at how important New... More > Orleans was in the 1700 and 1800s. New Orleans was not only a great port for the transshipment of goods, North, West and to countries South of the US, but was also a manufacturing center for a lot of the southern United States. New Orleans was four times larger than the next largest city in the South in 1855. "New Orleans Cutlers Until the 1900s" is a reference book that began eight years ago. The bulk of the research for this book was done before Hurricane Katrina. Some of the records documented in this book were destroyed or damaged in the flood. This book encompasses every newspaper, book, city directory, document and scraps of paper that had anything written about New Orleans cutlers and knife merchants.< Less
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Peeping Toms: A Short Fiction By Geoff Taylor
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Inspired by the work of the avant-garde French writer, Alain Robbe-Grillet, this short story takes the form of the dynamic visualisation of a fictional tableau of an ostensibly simple domestic scene.... More > A woman rinsing cutlery at the kitchen sink looks out of the window into the evening darkness of the back garden, while behind her, her husband in his armchair watches television and pets a small dog. But as the description of the tableau progresses and details emerge that conflict with this initial interpretation, the reader's interpretation of the situation should switch.< Less
Pocket Manners: Dining & Etiquette Guidelines at Your Fingertips By Sylvia McLaren-Tishler
eBook (PDF): $9.95
Have an important event coming up? Make sure to make a good impression! Not since your mother has anyone told you to mind your manners. You may lose a job opportunity, a sale or a perspective mate... More > because of your manners, the way you dress or how you speak. The sad truth is no one will tell you. It is up to you to know and to practice good manners. This little book will provide you with guidance in the following areas: • First Impressions • Cocktail Party Dos and Don'ts • Formal Dinners • What and When to Tip • Netiquette • Hosting and Toasting • Navigating Cutlery... and lots more!< Less