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Very Good in Very Good jacket. Oblong octavo. 128 pp; 85 b/w illustrations; list of makers & dealers; index. Cloth with dustjacket. VG/VG, previous owner name on first blank page, else unmarked; jacket has tape repair on front panel, extremities rubbed.
Fine- in Good jacket. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" Tall, Oblong. 128 pages, illustrated in b&w. LOoking glasses have played a both useful and decorative part in American homes since colonial days. The author, presnts in this book a selection of all types of Looking Glasses sold in America between 1700 and 1825. Each example that she has choosen represents a style or period, or is a typical example of the work of a particular maker." FINE-HARDCOVER, GOOD DUST JACKET.
Illustrated by Color & B/W photos. Hardcover. Minor dj chips. Clean, tight copy. NF/NFdj. Mylar.; Examples of principal styles of looking glasses in USA, 1700-1825. Many examples.; Oblong octavo; 128 pp. pages; Back side of dj is slightly scuffed; is not scuffed in front.
VG, clean and tight interior; dj intact but with scuffing to dj. Tan cloth with gold lettering; grey illustrated dj; 128 pp. with color tipped-in frontispiece and 85 bw illustrations. Includes the mirrors of the William and Mary, Queen Anne, Chippendale, Hepplewhite, Adam, and Sheraton periods. With makers and dealers and historical background.
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