An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of Architecture in England. From the Conquest to the Reformation. With a sketch of The Grecian and Roman Orders, Notices of numerous British Edifices, and some remarks on the Architecture of a part of France.

By: RICKMAN, THOMAS:

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Hardback, 8.5 x 5 inches. Quarter bound with calf leather to spine and corners and purple textured cloth boards. Blue endpapers, speckled page edges. In very good condition. Some darkening to spine and fading to boards, rubbing to edges and small chips to leather on edges and corners. Small neat inscription to title page “Edward Harris.” Some foxing to plates; frontis darkened, and plates between p112-113 have dark spots to edges. A couple of minor spots to pages else a very clean and tight copy. 339pp. Illustrated with 15 B&W engraved plates, with some additional illustrations from newspaper cuttings loose inside.

Title: An Attempt to Discriminate the Styles of Architecture in England. From the Conquest to the Reformation. With a sketch of The Grecian and Roman Orders, Notices of numerous British Edifices, and some remarks on the Architecture of a part of France.

Author Name: RICKMAN, THOMAS:

Categories: Architecture,

Publisher: London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Green & Longman, 1835 4th:

Seller ID: 82785

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