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LOT OF 33 OFTEN UNUSUAL ALMANACS, May not be noted.
1 LOT OF 33 OFTEN UNUSUAL ALMANACS May not be noted.
May not be noted. 1929-1992 Paperback Very Good with no dust jacket 
We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 1978THE OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC1929TELEPHONE ALMANAC****1930DR PIERCE'S ALMANAC****1933THE HERBALIST ALMANAC****1934TELEPHONE ALMANAC****1938THE HERBALIST ALMANAC****1942TRAIL BLAZER'S ALMANAC (WORN) ****1942 ROYSTER'S ALMANAC****1945 ROYSTER'S ALMANAC****1948TELEPHONE ALMANAC****1949ILLINOIS HERB COMPANY ALMANAC****1950HEALTHY ALMANAC****1953THE HERBALIST ALMANAC****1954TRAIL BLAZER'S ALMANAC ****1954TELEPHONE ALMANAC****1955REXALL FAMILY ALMANAC****1956N. A. R. D. ALMANAC****1956TELEPHONE ALMANAC****1956N. A. R. D. ALMANAC****1958 AMERICAN FAMILY LAMANAC****1959THE OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC****1960THE HERBALIST ALMANAC****1960AGRICULTURAL ALMANAC****1961TELEPHONE ALMANAC****1969FARMER'S ALMANAC****1969AMERICAN FARM AND HOME ALMANAC****1971 FARM JOURNAL ALMANAC****1973FARMERS ALMANAC****1982BAER'S AGRICULTURAL ALMANAC****1985THE OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC****1990THE OLD FARMER'S ALMANAC****1992BLUM'S FARERRS AND PLANTER'S ALMANAC (EX-LIB) ****; 0 25346 
Price: 37.55 USD
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THE PHILADELPHIA RECORD ALMANACFOR 1888, The Philadelphia Record
2 THE PHILADELPHIA RECORD ALMANACFOR 1888 The Philadelphia Record
The Philadelphia Record 1888 First Edition Hardcover Fine+ with no dust jacket 
We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Bound with colored wrappers in marbled boards with cloth spines. Almanac is not a reprint but is original. FINE+ condition Binding shows very slight wear at corners. ; 0 15224 
Price: 28.15 USD
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