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2 volumes. Large hardbacks, 4to. (13 x 10 ins). Quarter bound calf leather bindings, spines with twin black leather labels lettered in gilt, with gilt decoration and banding. Marbled paper boards. Plain endpapers. In very good conditions. Vol.1 spine darkened. Edges and corners rubbed. Some bumps to corners. Rubbing and small chips/cracks to leather on spine of vol.1., some small chips to labels. Rear hinge cracked on vol.1. Some minor darkening and foxing to edges of plates, (nearly all have tissue guards.) Some minor offsetting on maps. Else inside pages all very clean and tight. With 55 copper-engraved plates (mostly views), 3 nice engraved b&w folding maps (East and West, each with map and several vignette views engraved on the other half of plate) by B. R. Davies. 592 pp.,& index / 274 pp., plus: Appendix 90 pp. Index 15 pp./ Subscribers’ list 8 pp./ cat.; BAXTER: Norfolk Bridge. New Shoreham. No.33. “This print, representing the well-known bridge, is a pure sepia-chiaro and is never in colours. Under the print in type in tow lines in the centre are the above title, and “This plate is presented by His Grace the Duke of Norfolk”, and below that is one line is “Engraved and Printed in Oil Colours by G. Baxter, 29, King Square, London, from a drawings by T. Henwood”. We think those who know the bridge will admit it is a faithful representation of it before it was demolished. The whites are printed similar to the old chiaroscurists.” Courtney Lewis: George Baxter. 10.).
Title: The History, Antiquities and Topography of the County of Sussex. In Two Volumes.
Categories: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY,
Publisher: Lewes, Baxter, 1835 (1st.):
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Seller ID: 78710
Keywords: ENGLISH TOPOGRAPHY Topography, Heraldry, Norfolk, Baxter, oil, sussex, Norfolk Bridge, Shoreham, HORSFIELD Thomas Walker, The History, Antiquities and Topography of the County of Sussex, 1835 (1st.), Quarter bound calf leather, gilt, maps, engravings, plates, Climate, Botany, Parliamentary History, Ecclesiastical Divisions, Statistical tables