Library Books, Tapes and CD's

We have a library with books, tapes and CD's available to be checked out by all members.

PSABG members in good standing may borrow from the library. All items borrowed from
the library are due back to the librarian at the next Guild meeting. (Basically 60 Days)
The purpose of PSABG is largely educational. The library is a key means to help fulfill this goal.

Any library donations would be greatly appreciated.

Contact Meck Hartfield at 843-625-9118 and he will bring the item to the next meeting.

Book


Anvil's Ring:  vol. 28 # 2 -2000
                    vol. 28 # 3 -2001
                    vol. 31 # 1 -2002
                    vol. 31 # 2 – 2003
                    vol. 32 # 2, 4 – 2004
                    vol. 33 # 2 -2005
Bituminous Bits: vol. 7#5 -1991
                         vo1.16 # 1 -2000
California Blacksmith: # 04 - 2 -2004
Charleston Blacksmith the work of Phillip Simmons
Colonial Ironwork in old Philadelphia
Colonial Wrought Iron (The Sorber Collection)
Decorative French Ironwork Designs
Designs and Products of the Forge
Fireplace Accessories
Hammer's Blow: vol. 8 # 4 – 2000
                          vol. 9 # 1, 2 -2001
                          vol. 10 # 3 -2002
                          vol. 12 # 2, 3 - 2004
Hot Iron Sparkle: vol. _8 # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 -2001
Hot Iron Sparkle vol. 19 # 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 - 2002
Hot Iron Sparkle: vol. 16 # 4, 6 - 1999
Hot Iron Sparkle: vol. 17 # 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 -2000
Hot Iron Sparkle: vol. 20 # 1, 2 - 2003
Knife Talk (The art & science of knife making)
PSABG newsletter: Dec. 2004
Samuel Yellin Metalworker
The Complete Modern Blacksmith
The Contemporary Blacksmith
The Craft of the Japanese Sword
The Hand Forged Knife
Wrought Iron

 

Tapes


Blacksmith's Journal Blacksmith's Journal Techniques: vol. one ...
Blacksmith's Journal Techniques: vol. two ...
Clay Spencer
Elmer Roush
Gunsmith of Williamsburg

 

CD's


Blacksmith Practice: War Department Education Manual (book)
Gittertore und Zaude in Dresden (German Ironwork book)

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