Good. Isbn matches very clean revised edition hardcover with jacket. clean text. no marks. solid binding light age wear. jacket has rips tears and edge wear. scuffs and chips missing FAST SHIPPING W/ CONFIRMATION. NO PRIORITY OR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS OVER 4LBs.
Fine in Near Fine jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Signed By Editor 2nd (Revised) Edition, orig. issued 1953. Black cloth, lettered in gilt. As issued. Dust jacket slightly soiled, with mild shelf wear, now in archival mylar. [ix], 36 pp. + 105 b&w plates at rear. Scarce copy signed by editor White on half-title.
Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Book. Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Black 1/4 cloth, paper covered boards with red and black decoration, lettered in white. Area of toning to front flyleaf from news clipping (now in PVC sleeve), otherwise nearly as issued. Dust jacket foxed on both panels, with mild edge wear, now in mylar. [vi], 36 pp. + 105 b&w plates at rear. Relatively scarce first edition, larger format than the 1973 re-issue.
Very Good. Dust Jacket Included. WHITE, THEO B. (ED.). Philadelphia Architecture in the Nineteenth Century. The Art Alliance Press, (1973). 36 pp. + 105 b/w plates, 2nd rev. ed., v.g. /slight fading to d.j.
WHITE, Theo B., editor. PHILADELPHIA ARCHITECTURE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1953. 4to. Boards, dust jack Frontispiece, (vi), 36, (2) pages, 105 illustrations on plates. First edition With contributions by William P. Harbeson, David M. Robb, and others. Writte in conjunction with the 1953 exhibition held by the Art Alliance; illustrate Name in ink on front free endpaper, dust jacket worn, else very good.
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