VG+ clean and tight with just a hint of age toning to end papers; dj VG-with UK price sticker and remnant of another price sticker, both on front cover. Evergreen cloth/boards; gilt lettering. Glossy, color-illus. evergreen dj with white lettering. 288 pp. with 150 bw images. An examination of the 50 most important or interesting lost houses in Britain's heritage and the extent and reasons for these appalling losses. The text is based largely on anecdotal evidence from records, diaries, and reminiscences. Included are Henry VIII's Nonsuch, Gordon Castle, Brandenburgh House, Hope End, and others.
Near Fine in very good jacket. First edition, 1982. Cloth hardcover in dust jacket, 288 pp., illustrated, clean unmarked text, Near Fine copy in Very Good dust jacket, a bit of age-toning to the dust jacket, rubbing and light wear to the edges of the dust jacket including some creasing at the tips. Dust jacket housed in archival dust jacket protector.
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