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Reprint of the 1954 edition (hardback). 8vo (25cm by 19cm), vii, 424pp. Original blue cloth, dustwrapper. The book is in very good condition; the dustwrapper is good to very good (light chafing of the edges). ISBN 0712905839.
A Bibliographical Account of the most important books illustrated by English Artists in Colour Aquatint and Colour Lithography. Reprint. Sm. 4to. vii + 424pp. D/w. very lightly rubbed, lightly faded to spine.
Very good in very good jacket. 424 pages, large 8vo, navy blue cloth (light spotting to covers), bookplate on front attached endpaper, dust wrapper (some light wear). London: Batsford, (1954). First Edition. A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper.
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