Very Good in Good jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. "An Exhibition in Celebration of The Hundredth Anniversary of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, April 16 through September 7, 1970". VG in Good jacket. Dust jacket has light rubs, curl to edges, top of laminate separating or missing in nicked edges (less than 1/16"); light scuffs. Ink number at top corner of front flap and top corner is cut but price still shown. Small dot stains on top edge but pages are clean and binding is tight. 10.5" tall.
Very Good in Good jacket. Used 298 pages, more than 300 illustrations (sixty-six in color), red cloth boards, index, selected bibliography. Boards are clean with scuff at edges & corners, text is unmarked. Dustjacket is bright & clean but lots of scuff/chipped areas & small tears. Federal, Empire, Gothic, rococo, Renaissance art nouveau, reform-the century's principal styles succeed one another in a series of lavish room settings and galleries that display the 300 prime pieces illustraed and discussed in the book.
Good (Ex-lib., remainder of label at bottom of spine; Light wear to extremities of dj. and cloth; Bookplate on first page) Red cloth over boards; Color pictorial dj.;  pp. numerous color and bw plates. Introduction by Berry B. Tracy. Furniture essays by Marilynn Johnson, other decorative arts essays by Marvin D. Schwartz and Suzanne Boorsch. Seminal work on this topic. Index, general bibliography, catalogue entry bibliography. A VERY thorough examination of this subject area, supported by almost 300 illustrations. Almost every work is annotated and described.
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