New York, NY: Arma Press / The Historical Society of York County, 1972. Hardcover. VG/VG (DJ interior edges are tanning lightly; otherwise quite a nice copy.). Beige cloth, gilt letters on spine & front cover, white & color illus., unpaginated, many color illus. "Describes the conditions which led to the development of the uniquely American weapon and ... goes on to show the art and craft which developed independently in the little towns and villages of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina. ... Here in precise detail and exact color are 77 of the finest Kentuckys ever assembled in one place. It is unlikely that so many fine guns frm so many different owners will ever be brought together again." (dj) With amazing and close detail.
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