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The name of John Deere is synonymous with the mechanisation of agriculture in the last century. John Deere tractors and machinery were successfully sold in Britain and across Europe, one of the few Amercian marques to achieve this. This small size gift book pays tribute to this famous manufacturer by combining fabulous full colour photographs with archive black and white photos, extracts from vintage brochures and illustrations of model and miniature John Deere machines. Detailed captions and brief timelines accompany the images. This charming little gift book will appeal to all those who collect or restore vintage tractors and especially those who admire the products of this famous manufacturer with its distinctive green and yellow livery.
Pays tribute to this famous manufacturer with photographs, vintage brochures, toys, detailed captions, and brief timelines.
John Deere's are the most popular tractors in America. This small giftbook pays tribute to them with historical photos, vintage brochures and detailed captions. 90 illustrations.
John Deere tractors are the most popular tractors and hold a prominent place in agricultures history and present. The Little Book of John Deere book pays tribute to this famous manufacturer by combining fabulous four-color photographs, historical black-and-white photographs, vintage brochures along with detailed captions.
About the Author
Don Macmillan is one of the world\u2019s most respected authorities on Deere and Company. He bought his first Deere tractor in 1943, was appointed the first Deere dealer in the United Kingdom in 1958, and went on to establish one of the world\u2019s foremost collections of Deere tractors and memorabilia. Working with Deere and Company, he authored John Deere Tractors and Equipment volumes 1 and 2 and John Deere Tractors Worldwide, all published by the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. He is the author of Voyageur's The Big Book of John Deere and John Deere Tractor Legacy. He lives in Devizes, Wiltshire, Great Britain.