THE PRACTICAL EXEMPLAR OF ARCHITECTURE (4 VOLUMES)
Published by The Architectural Review. Circa. 1915
Good condition. Second edition. Series 1 - 4 Inclusive. Loose pages - plates to all green portfolio type binders, with ribbon ties. Being Measured Drawings & Photographs of Examples of Architectural Details, selected by Macartney.
Contained in what appear to be original cardboard boxes - one very torn at one edge. Some foxing to boxes. Paper title labels appear to be MISSING from spines of folders - although glue residue and paper residue to one. Surface paper damage to a few volume covers - with browning, also names in ink to tops of front covers. Differing degrees of splits to spine - Series 2 VERY torn at spine. Bumping and wear to edges. Some ribbon ties are missing, or torn, so partially missing. ALL plates are PRESENT! Edge creasing to some plates, with browning. A few plates to Series I have small writing to top of page margins (confirming their series). One some plates throughout series there are names in ink to rear of plate pages. Some grubby margin marks. A working set of these volumes!
Stock no. 2133877