Good. No Dust Jacket. An ex-library copy in dark gray cloth lettered in silver of this large photo-illustrated architecture book. The usual ex-libris markings, clean within. The binding is sound and there is little cover wear. No dust jacket.
Good. Faint foxing to edge of book block and prelims. Name printed on ffep. Pages remain clean and bright; binding, tight. In clean dust jacket. "This is the first book devoted exclusively to Street and his greatest work, the Royal Law Courts in the Strand. In The Law Courts, David Brownlee makes extensive use of the vast archives of the Public Record Office to document a monument that embodies both the professional controversies surrounding architectural theory and the personal conflicts of an architect caught between two generations of style.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Large 4to Previous owners name penned inside first page. DJ has moderate rubbing/scratching and some light bumping at corners and along edges. Binding tight and square. Lots of B&W photographs and illustrations. Text block clean and unmarked, besides previously mentioned inscription. A very nice used copy.
Very Good Plus in Near Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Hardcover in dust jacket., bottom edge has stamp of letter "T", and a short red mark. front panel of dj has circular sticker announcing an award in architectural scholarship which the book won. no other flaws-clean, tightly bound, no writing or text markings. a well preserved copy.; 430pp., 162 b/w illustrations, plans, maps., masterpiece of english nineteenth century civic architecture.
Fine in Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 430pp. incl. index; HB charcoal w/silver; fine condition w/clean, tight pgs. DJ dk. blue w/white&blk.; fine. "Upon his death in 1881, George Edmund Street was universally considered the first English architect of his day, designer of his nation's greatest public building in the second half of the nineteenth century." illus.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 9 x 11 1/2. 430 page hardcover with many illustrations. A title (#8) in the MIT Series The Architectural History Foundation. Dust jacket is bright, complete and clean. Full blue cloth exterior with title on spine in silver. Interior has light foxing or mold on front half-title page, otherwise unmarked, tight and clean.
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