Very Good in very good jacket. 1979. Hardcover. 194 pp. Illustrated in color and b&w. Very good in a very good dust jacket. DJ edgeworn; spine-ends and corners rubbed and chipped. Two small tears to top edge of DJ panels. Bottom edge of boards faded. Corners bumped. Contents clean, bright and unmarked. DJ housed in mylar.
Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. 4to xxi, (1), 194 pages; Wallace Gusler, who is both craftsman and historian, has traced the lives and accomplishments of the cabinet makers of eighteenth century Williamsburg in precise detail. In doing so he sheds new light on their unique contributions to the decorative arts of Early America. Clean and tight in original brown cloth binding with gilt lettering in very good dustjacket with one tiny nick at top edge of rear panel.;
Near Fine binding. Very Good dust jacket. A nice First Edition of this important book on Virginia cabinetmakers. Some minor rubbing to the front panel of the jacket. This copy inscribed to William B. O'Neal (the author of Jefferson's Buildings at The University of Virginia) by the Richmond Antiquarian Society, with O'Neal's bookplate on the pastedown. The dustjacket has been price-clipped and is protected with a new mylar cover. Near Fine binding / Very Good dust jacket.
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