Fair. Exlibrary, good as reading copy only, hardcover, with jacket under mylar, unmarked text, book hinges/binding are cracked, We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
4to, hardcover. No dj, purple cloth. Good condition only. Ex-lib copy w/ text-block edges stamped, rear pocket & outer labels removed, leaving outlines; moisture-stiffness/crinkling along bottom margin of pgs w/ very pale moisture-stain showing along margin of some pgs, 1/2-inch-wide scuff (loss of image) across bottom edge of just 1 plate; contents otherwise clean & unmarked; front hinge very neatly repaired at title pg. viii, 409 p. b&w illus., map, plan.
Very Good. No Jacket. Clean and bright pages. Lavishly illustrated with 218 photos of ornate interiors and with many architectural floor plans. One page only has some patchy soiling, with a tiny overflow onto the edge of a preceding page. Sturdy square covers. Nice bright gilting to spine. Fading to top of front, and along spine. Heavy and oversized, so please allow for shipping on priority or international orders.
1968. First. Phaidon. Book; VG, gilt titles on spine. Dj; VG, protective cover. 11.5x8.5. Over 200 b/w plates, 36 illus in text. 427pp. 1942g. The development of south German Rococo architecture, as seen through the lives and the work of its leading exponents, forms the theme of this book.
Imitation cloth, dj, VG/VG. viii+428pp, 144pp b/w plates showing 218 images, 36 text figs, index, fore edges foxed, dustjacket a little worn & creased along the edges. Well illustrated survey & history of the impressive Rococo buildings of Southern Germany.
Very good. With 218 monochrome photographic illustrations. Condition notes: Sound, clean and bright. Dust jacket not price clipped, but there are the remains of an old price sticker inside the dust jacket.
1968. First. Phaidon. Book-VG, edges slightly rubbed. Dj-VG, slight edgewear. 11.5x8.5. Over 200 b/w plates, 36 illus in text. 427pp. 1942g. The development of south German Rococo architecture, as seen through the lives and the work of its leading exponents, forms the theme of this book.
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