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The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 1 by Greystone Press1
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 2 by Greystone Press2
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia BO-CE Volume Three by Greystone Press3
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia, Volume 4 by Larry Eisinger [ed.]4
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia CO-DR Volume 5 by Greystone Press5
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia EL-FL Volume 6 by Greystone Press6
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 7 by Greystone Press7
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 8 by Greystone Press8
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 9 by Greystone Press9
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 10 by Greystone Press10
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 11 by Greystone Press11
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 12 by Greystone Press12
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 13 by Greystone Press13
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia RO-SI Volume 14 by Greystone Press14
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia SI-ST Volume 15 by Greystone Press15
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 16 by Greystone Press16
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 17 by Greystone Press17
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia WA-Index Volume 18 by Greystone Press18
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 1919
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 20 by Greystone Press20
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 21 by Greystone Press21
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: Volume 2222
The Practical Handyman's Encyclopedia: The Complete Illustrated Do It Yourself Library for Home & Outdoorsset

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  1. Popular Mechanics Illustrated Home Handyman Encyclopedia & Guide Volume 02 by Popular Mechanics (1961)
  2. Boy Scout Handbook by Boy Scouts of America (1948)
  3. Refresh Your Home: 500 Simple Projects and Tips to Save Money, Update, and Renovate by Editors of The Family Handyman (2011)
  4. Home Masonry Repairs & Projects by Black & Decker (1995)
  5. Do-It-Yourself Plumbing (Popular Science (Sterling Publishing Company).) by Max Alth (1975)
  6. The travels of Marco Polo the Venetian by Marco Polo (1926)
  7. Good Housekeeping Guide to Fixing Things Around the House by Marcia D. Liles (1901)
  8. Time Life Book of Repair and Restoration Making the house you own the home of your dreams by David Holloway (1999)
  9. Basic House Wiring by Monte Burch (1975)
  10. The Home Depot Outdoor Projects 1-2-3 by Home Depot Books (1998)
  11. Adding on: How to Design and Build the Perfect Addition for Your Home by Ken Burton (1995)
  12. The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan (1941)
  13. Fine Homebuilding Tricks of the Trades: Jigs, Tools: Jigs, Tools and Other Labor-Saving Devices by Fine Homebuilding (1994)
  14. Better Homes and Gardens Handyman's Book by Better Homes and Gardens (1951)
  15. Het grote doe het zelf boek : het met plezier maken en onderhouden van 1001 dingen in en om het huis by Roland Gööck (1970)

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What isn't a series?

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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