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English: "Horse-shoes and horse-shoeing : their origin, history, uses, and abuses ", George Fleming, Chapman and Hall, London 1869
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Author George Fleming
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current19:47, 1 February 2011Thumbnail for version as of 19:47, 1 February 20112,232 × 3,606, 726 pages (15.85 MB)Alex brolloBetter scanning quality, complete scan (some pages were missing into the previous version)
20:51, 16 January 2011Thumbnail for version as of 20:51, 16 January 20111,275 × 1,650, 729 pages (16.34 MB)Alex brollo{{Information |Description= "Horse-shoes and horse-shoeing : their origin, history, uses, and abuses ", George Fleming, Chapman and Hall, London 1869 |Source=[http://www.archive.org/details/horseshoeshorses00flem Internet Archive] |Date= 1869 |Author= Ge

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