RE: [medievalsawdust] Looking for titles
- I have no idea. I just know I was an underbidder for it at the last tool
auction I went to. I have to get it for that reason alone, sadly. I avoid
ebay for the same reason. I get bidder-madness.
From: Bill McNutt [mailto:mcnutt@...]
Are you talking about W.L. Goodman?
It's kind of dated. Plus, he jumps all over the place. Wherever he can
find an artifact.
From: C N Schwartz [mailto:kjworz@...]
Moxon for juuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuust after period
History of Woodworking Tools shows promise but I haven't seen it up
for long enough. Need to get it myself.
From: Lord Alessandro dEste [mailto:avalonbear@...]
Good Gentles. Im looking to exspand my library and I would like to
know some of the titles for primary source's on woodworking tools that
people find the most helpful. Any and all help is greatly welcome and
- Gary Halstead (Ranulf) has an exhaustive bibliography, much of it
annotated, at his excellent website:
For tools specifically, his recent CA pamphlet is very helpful and also has
a good bibliography.
(I'm guessing you don't mean"primary sources" in the academic/research
meaning - basically it refers to surviving objects from the
period. Descriptions and illustrations from the period are "secondary
sources" and modern books are "tertiary.")
At 06:52 PM 4/2/04 +0000, you wrote:
>Good Gentles. Im looking to exspand my library and I would like to
>know some of the titles for primary source's on woodworking tools that
>people find the most helpful. Any and all help is greatly welcome and