Very Good in Good jacket. Book. Folio-over 12-15" tall. Folio sized hardcover surveying American furniture from 1788-1825, featuring room settings from Winterthur Museum in Wilmington, Delaware. B&w and color photos of c. 500 pieces as well as inlays, makers' marks, types of wood, and more. Book Condition: Very Good; no text marks, former owner's name on front free end paper; a few small stains to text block. Dust Jacket Condition: Good; shelf wear and small tears along edges; crease and slight discoloration to interior flap edges.
Very good. No dust jacket. Very slight wear to light blue cloth. Bottom edge of front board bumped. Otherwise fine. Interior clean. Binding tight. 497 p. illus. (part col. ) 32 cm. Includes Illustrations. Bibliography: p. 484-489.
Copy is good, hardcover, jacket shows mild wear, solid and unmarked, nice interior, We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
VG, previous owner's name crossed out. Blue cloth. 497 pp. Hundreds of bw illustrations. Foreword by Henry Francis Dupont, background section on various fascinating aspects of furniture, followed by catalogue sections on beds, all manner of chairs, chests of drawers, clocks, desks and bookcases, fire screens, looking glasses, sofas, all manner of tables, unusual, specialized and fancy furniture, as well as helpful appendices of cabinetmakers' labels, stamps, and biographies.
Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. A few color, mostly black and white photographs by Gilbert Ask throughout. First edition. Very near fine in like dust jacket. A bright, clean, and well preserved copy.
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