New Edition revised by Raymond McGrath. With a Section on The Nature and Properties of Glass by H.E. Beckett. New Ed., revised. Thick 4to. 712pp. Over 500 ills. including several in colour and many from photos. Sm. inscription, sl. shaken, lower edge of boards sl. rubbed, in chipped and sl. ragged d/w.
, slight crease to spine, binding firm, internally clean, book in good++ condition. Hardback. Xi, 664 pages, with a section on The Nature and Properties of Glass by H. E. Beckett, black & white illustrations throughout. 32.5 x 23.5 cm.
Good+ Hardcover. 4to. Architectural Press. 1961. 712 pgs. Revised and updated edition. First Printing/Second Edition. No DJ. Book is free of ownership marks. Text is clean and free of marks. Binding tight and solid. No wear present to the boards. 925; 4to 11"-13" tall; 712 pages.
1937. The Architectural Press, London, 1937. First. Hardcover. Book-VG, tight binding. In original green linen binding with gilt titles on spine, bottom edge of boards is scuffed Ex Lib with associated stamps, etc. xi + 664pp including 7 part Appendix, List of Works Consulted and comprehensive Index. Profusely illustrated with 371 b/w photographic or line drawn illustrations, some full page. 91 b/w figures in text. Written in 4 main sections: The Making of Glass (with 48 plates illustrating this section); Glass in Architecture (with over 100 plates illustrating this section) and The Nature and Properties of Glass with Bibliography (with over 160 plates illustrating this section). The 7 part Appendix covers: Work on Glass; Glazing; Fixing; British Glasses for Buildings; Cleaning Glass; Cost of Glass and Glossary of Terms. Large, heavy work: 12.5x9.
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