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“Special Mention: Partial dispersal of the collection of small landscape hand tools, early brass sprinklers, and more from the collection of James B. Ricci, author of the definitive book on the history of lawn mowers Hand, Horse and Motor.”
“Old Lawnmower Club member Jim Ricci, a resident of Massachusetts, has published a new book on the history and development of the lawn mower in the USA. This is the culmination of decades of research by Jim, who first joined the Old Lawnmower Club in the mid-1990s. The book has over 250 pages and more than 150 images of American mowers going back to the 19th century. Jim is an active member of our club and regularly attends our Annual Rally and other events in the UK.”
“Our featured writer James Ricci has published this new book called Hand, Horse, and Motor: The Development of the Lawn Mower Industry in the United States. It is a very sturdy soft cover book with 241 pages full of great information. Brandon and I both have copies and it is clearly evident that Jim took his time on this publication for a reason…..it is VERY detailed. It features 200 individual corporations that manufactured lawnmowers in the U.S. from the mid-19th century to the start of WWII.”
“The right word for your book is ‘AWESOME’! I read it like a shark eats!
André Mazet, Gravely collector from France