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Indus Valley Painted Pottery - A Comparative Study of the Designs on the Painted Wares of the Harappa Culture

by , Richard Starr

A guide to pottery created by one of the great forgotten civilisations, the Harappa people of the Indus valley. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely...


Money and Exchange in Canada to 1900

by A.B. McCullough

A clear, concise and intriguing explanation of the various coins and currencies used in Canada between 1600 and 1900.


Handbook of Antique Chairs

by , Carl Drepperd

This early work is a fascinating read for amateur and professional antiquarians, thoroughly recommended for use as a reference on all aspects of antique chairs. Extensively illustrated with text and full page...


How to be a Spy: The World War II SOE Training Manual

by Denis Rigden

In the early years of World War II, top secret training schools taught prospective agents the skills of a spy, from disguise to assassination.


Gun Digest eBook of Revolvers

by Dan Shideler

This e-book contains 16 in-depth chapters on all different kinds of revolvers, both new and old. Learn about the 38 S&W, 44 Special, 45 Auto Rimfire, Bull Dogs, cap and ball sixgunning, Colt and Smith & Wesson...


Eric Hopkins: Above and Beyond

by Carl Little

From his earliest work with glass to the stunning aerial panoramas of Maine islands that have gained him far-reaching fame, Eric Hopkins has consistently explored boundaries-of medium, of space, of vision. Nurtured...


Island: Paintings by Tom Curry

by Terry Tempest Williams, Carl Little & Tom Curry

When artist Tom Curry first moved to Maine, his house overlooked a small, uninhabited island in Eggemoggin Reach. One day, while rowing across to the island, his boyhood fear of water came crashing in on him....


English Furniture - A History and Guide

by , John Cloag

Originally published in 1934, this is an exhaustively detailed guide to the history of English furniture, copiously illustrated with black and white photography and many illustrations, and is highly recommended...


Cigarette Cards and How to Collect Them

by , I. O. Evans

This handy book contains a wealth of information on the subject of collecting cigarette cards, and is highly recommended for inclusion on the bookshelf of anyone with a passion for the hobby. Contents Include:...


Victorian Jewellery

by , Margaret Flower

A comprehensive and informative look at Victorian jewellery, split into three eras - 'The Early Victorian, or Romantic Period (1837-60)', 'The Mid-Victorian, or Grand Period (1860-85)' and 'The Late Victorian,...


Andrei Tarkovsky: The Collector of Dreams

by Layla Alexander-Garrett

The Sacrifice is Andrei Tarkovsky's final masterpiece. The film was shot in Sweden, during the summer of 1985, while Tarkovsky was in exile; it turned out to be his final testament. Day after day, while the...


Wehrmacht Combat Helmets 1933-45

by Brian Bell & Kevin Lyles

The German Stahlhelm is perhaps the most recognizable image of World War II (1939-1945). Manufactured in its millions, it was used or copied by many countries. It is still one of the most collected relics of...


Picturing Illinois: Twentieth-Century Postcard Art from Chicago to Cairo

by John A. Jakle & Keith A. Sculle

The American picture postcard debuted around the start of the twentieth century, creating an enthusiasm for sending and collecting postcard art that continued for decades. As a form of popular culture, scenic...


Bridal Fashion 1900-1950

by Kathleen York

From homespun to haute couture, the dresses worn by American brides in the first half of the twentieth century had myriad influences. In Bridal Fashion 1900–1950, living-history expert Kathleen York takes...


Encyclopedia of the Exquisite: An Anecdotal History of Elegant Delights

by Jessica Kerwin Jenkins

Encyclopedia of the Exquisite is a lifestyle guide for the Francophile and the Anglomaniac, the gourmet and the style maven, the armchair traveler and the art lover. It’s an homage to the esoteric world of...


Casting Light on the Shadows: Canadian Perspectives on Special Operations Forces

by Bernd Horn & Tony Balasevicius

Since 9/11 Canadian Special Operations Forces, formerly in the shadows, have become the force of choice. This book provides a solid foundation for SOF theory, historical background, and evolution, and highlights...


Support Our Troops: Quotations on Patriotism and Prayer

by Eric Dinyer

We live in challenging times - times that increasingly call upon the focus, intensity, and integrity of our armed forces. These are the men and women who selflessly protect what the rest of us hold most dear....


Nest: The Art of Birds

by Janine Burke

Part natural history, part folklore, part exploration of art and aesthetics, part memoir, Nest is a beautiful book that will appeal to bird lovers, readers of literature and art lovers alike. It's the perfect...


Ceramics and the Human Figure

by Edith Garcia

The human figure has been represented in clay throughout history and continues to evolve today. Artists are working with the figure in new ways, playing with materials and forms, and making use of new technologies...


Throwing

by Richard Phethean

Throwing is an important skill for any potter to master, using only a few tools, the guidance of their hands, and the momentum of a wheel.

Having spent his life making pots and teaching others to make them, Richard...