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|Condition||Used: Very Good|
|Category||Books / Antiquarian Collectible|
David & Malen's Treasures
|Shipping||$3.99 ($3 each additional item)|
|Available In||USA , Asia Pacific , Sub-Saharan Africa , North Africa and the Middle East , Europe , Latin America and the Caribbean , North America , Oceania|
|Delivery Est.||1-2 weeks(USA) more regions|
|Expiring On||Jun 11, 2018|
From 1947, this is a rare stated first printing (first edition) hardcover non-fiction book which is a how-to guide to homesteading. The full title is "The "Have-More" Plan for A Little Land - a Lot of Living" and the authors are Ed and Carolyn Robinson. The book has 326 pages (including an index), Lots of illustrations, green covers, and gold lettering on the spine and front cover. Shipping weight will be between 1 and 2 pounds.
From Amazon: This classic guide to homesteading is based on solid, practical techniques that remain useful to everyone who wants to learn country skills and increase their self-sufficiency. By turns philosophical and instructional, Ed and Carolyn Robinson share their pioneering approach to efficiently growing vegetables, raising livestock, and building farm structures.
Condition: This book is in great structural condition with a very solid binding, but there are some owner writings and stains on the front and back fly-leaf pages, and some very minor cover edge wear. Otherwise, everything is clean and mark/stain free. Condition for the book is VG+ (Very Good Plus). The dust cover is only in G (Good) condition with moderate edge wear and tearing, some staining and discoloration, a price sticker, a clipped front flap, but no markings.
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