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Peach Pit carving book.

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I've seen this book pop up , from time to time, when I check the web for new Pit Carving content.

 

Does anyone know where there is an extra copy of it? Thanks, J.J. Smith

 

Concerning the practice of peach pit carving (Unknown Binding)

 

by W. C Leonberger (Author)

 

Availability: Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.

Product Details

 

Unknown Binding: 24 pages

Publisher: W.C. Leonberger? (1993)

Language: English

ASIN: B0006RZ8KY

Average Customer Review: No customer reviews yet.

 

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Have you checked other old book dealers that are on line? Abe Books comes to mind first for some reason. Use a search engine for other rare and old book dealers perhaps. I wish you good luck.

 

Janel

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Have you checked other old book dealers that are on line? Abe Books comes to mind first for some reason. Use a search engine for other rare and old book dealers perhaps. I wish you good luck.

 

Janel

 

 

I've checked, on the web, a while back. I thought with the international scope of the forum, here, someone may have seen one. Thanks.

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Have you tried to have a major library search through regional library resources? I think the state of Minnesota has a way for that through inter-library loans. I wonder how many of the books were pubished?

 

Janel

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I've check on Worldcat and the only public library listed with a copy is the Flora Public Library in Flora, Illinois. Unfortunately it's in the reference section so it's unlikely you'll be able to interlibrary loan it. Looks like the pamphlet was self-published so I think your best bet is to try and find the guy who wrote it. From the catalog records, it looks like it may have been published in Indianapolis in 1993.

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Just thought I'd post a follow-up...

I was able to locate the authors family, and his son is reprinting his books.

They should be completed by spring 2010.

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