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Very Good in Very Good DJ. 9 x 12, 240 pgs, index, notes, b&w and color photos. Looks at the total range of bedding materials, from those used on the earliest crude bedsteads in one room shanties to those laid on the elaborate four-posters of the Victorian era.
NF/VG (Art museum curator's name on ffep; age toning to dj flaps) Light brown linen/boards. Gilt lettering. Red dj with color illus. and green lettering. 240 pp. with 118 color plates and 336 bw plates. Focuses on the development and survival of 19th-century handmade bedding in Upper Canada and Ontario.
Fine in Fine- jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. 240 pages, illustrated with 118 color and 336 b&w photographs. This book "is an authoritative book, of interest to all collectors of quilts, textiles, and antiques; people who are restoring old homes; quilters, weavers and craftspeople; antique dealers; and those who want to know more about early Canadian life." Chapters on making cloth, the bedstand, bed furniture, the feather bed, blankets, sheets, coverlets, quilt names, symbolism in quilts, and more." FINE HARDCOVER, FINE-DUST JACKET.
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