Very Good. Paperback. Oblong 4to. In black, red, and gold paper wrappers with white title on the front cover and spine. Slight rubbing to wrappers and minor edgewear and some minor creasing to the corners. Inscription to previous owner and small sticker to top edge of front free end page. Else is very clean and tight with over 70 pages of photographic plates. Includes a map of Baltimore and a list of the "Cabinetmakers and Allied Tradesmen Working in Baltimore 1800-1840" 132 pages. BALT/041117.
VG, slight curling to corners. Black illus. wraps. 132 pp. Profuse bw plates. Issued in conjunction with a 1971 exhibition. With an introductory essay by William Voss Elder, III. Highlights furniture from notable cabinetmakers such as John B. Morris, Thomas Renshaw, Hugh and John Finlay and others. Entries include attribution, illustrations and ornamentation details, provenance, dimensions and information regarding number of surviving pieces.
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