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ENGLISH CHURCH WOODWORK: A STUDY IN CRAFTSMANSHIP DURING THE MEDIAEVAL PERIOD A.D. 1250-1550
Written by F.E. Howard; F.H. Crossley.
Stock no. 2134792
Published by B.T. Batsford Ltd.. 1st 1917. Almost very good condition.
Large format. Blue boards, gilt titles; blind decoration to front cover. Numerous b/w photos throughout. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Browning to spine. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Paper tape joint repairs to list of subscribers pages to front of book.
The architecture of the Church of England outside London 1603-1837. Numerous plans and drawings plus 150 b/w photos. 118 pages includes index. Browning to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is faded/browned to spine with some foxing; edge-creased with some chips and nicks, but minimal loss.
3rd edition. Numerous colour and b/w plates. Green cloth, black titles. 116 pages includes index. 9 x 6". Ex-lib. with some usual markings. Spine is faded. Foxing to outer page edges. Wrapper is price-cut with some chips and nicks, but minimal loss.
Highly decorated burgundy cloth, gilt. Colour and b/w photos. A fine copy contained in publisher's slipcase which is lightly scuffed.
The South East; The West & Midlands; The North & East Anglia. Grey boards, purple spines with gilt titles. All three volumes still in original shrinkwrap!
B/w illustrations. Pictorial dustwrapper is edgep-worn and torn with a small amount of loss to lower edge of rear panel, repaired and strengthened to rear with now yellowed tape.
A Pictorial survey with and Introduction and Commentary by Nicholson. B/w photos. Hinges pulled but binding tight and otherwise a lovely copy. Pictorial dustwrapper is a little grubby to rear panel and is browned to spine.
An introduction to the work of the mediaeval period and some account of later developments. Blue cloth, colour frontis. B/w photos. Slight discolouration of cloth to top & tail of spine. Text block browned. Evidence of removal of a large label to front pastedown (mostly hidden by front flap of dustwrapper. Brian Cook dustwrapper is lightly rubbed at corners.
Large format. Blue leather spine with gilt title, b/w illustrated cloth boards. Fabulous colour & b/w photos throughout. 472 pages. ISBN: 9780810932975. A fine copy contained in publisher's slipcase which is lightly scuffed and rubbed to open edge and scuffed to rear board.
Red cloth boards, navy blue titles. Colour frontis. B/w photos. A Introduction to the study of Mediaeval Building. Top edge red. Foxspots to vertical edge of text block. Price-cut Brian Cook pictorial dustwrapper is browned to spine, repaired to verso at with now yellowed tape (not visible to front), lightly rubbed at corners.
Colour frontispiece & B/w photos. 2nd edition, revised. Text block browned. Inscription in ink to free front endpaper. Price-cut Brian Cook pictorial dustwrapper has a few small edge-tears and tiny chips.
THE ABBEY CHURCH OF ST. ALBAN'S
Written by J.W. Comyns Carr. Illustrated by Ernest George; R. Kent Thomas.
Stock no. 2133765
Published by Seeley, Jackson and Halliday. 1877. Almost very good condition.
Large format. Grey cloth with gilt titles and black decorations. B/w etchings and vignettes by George and Thomas. Gilt to spine has faded. Small splits/nicks/fraying to cloth at top and tail of spine. Also wear to cover edges; a few knocks and nicks. Foxing and marks throughout, some hinges / gatherings are pulled.