Very Good in Very Good jacket. Book Book and dust jacket in solid overall condition. Pages tightly bound and unmarked. Light bumping to top right corner of front board. Jacket is price-clipped, with light amount of edge wear. International/expedited shipping may require additional postage due to bulk.
Large Quarto; VG-/G-; Yellow spine with black text; Dust jacket has moderate rubbing & smudging on exterior and at corners, 1.5 inch closed tear at front head edge and other slight fraying, but overall intact; Boards has minor bumping at corners and light rubbing at spine edges with otherwise clean exterior with strong & sturdy panels; Text block has slight shelf wear, but overall clean with tight binding. Rockville.
Very Good in Good jacket. 10 1/2 x 14. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. First Edition. 10 1/2 x 14. Dj shows some wear, and a few tears-just good conditionPhotos of art glass throughout city. 96 pages, stated 1st.
Photography by Brian Moran. Folio, hardcover, previous owner's name on endpaper else VG in lightly edgeworn black pictorial dj. Historic stained glass in buildings such as Bardelli's Restaurant, the Garden Court of the Palace Hotel--poem, foreword, prologue, cypress lawn cemetary, city of paris, hibernia bank, city hall, olympic club, woodside home, nautical window, victorian house, stanford court hotel, mister otto dressler, from mr. Dressler's collection of stained glass and his own designs, epilogue, etc. Art glass created by the United Glass Company in the late 19th and early 20th century. Great photos and historical information on the installations of some of the most famous pieces.
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