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VG/VG-(a bit of general shelf wear to dj) Black cloth/boards; gilt lettering. Color-photographic black dj. Decorative end papers. 239 pp. with color photos throughout. Sykes chronicles 37 of England's most beautiful houses built between 1240 and 1612, many of them still lived in by descendants of the families who built them. Included are Ightham Mote, Compton Castle, Hardwick Hall, Burton Agnes, Cranborne Manor, Cotehele, and other magnificent works of English history/architectural treasures.
Very Good. 4to-over 9"-12" Tall. Covers lightly rubbed at corners; shallow reading crease to spine. A clean, tight and unmarked copy. 239pp. A richly illustrated chronicle of some of England's most beautiful houses. Heavy book; no international orders.
Very Good. Trade paperback (US). Glued binding. An illustrated chronicle of some of England's least known and finest houses all built between 1240 and the early seventeenth century. It includes exteriors and interiors, plasterwork, stone carving and panelling and covers courtyard houses, manors, gatehouses and castles.
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