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Practical Forging and Art Smithing

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Practical Forging and Art Smithing
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Publisher: The Bruce publishing company
Number of pages: 156

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This book is written by a man who is now recognized as a master craftsman in wrought metal. The author's work in wrought iron is comparable in design and finish to the best work that has been produced in that material. The author has moreover been a teacher of wrought metal work for many years.

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