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FINE in Near FINE jacket. 1st printing. Thick, very heavy 4to in brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine and front cover, 579pp, colour plates, numerous illustrations in text, bibliog, index etc...............[ CONDITION DETAILS: An extremely well preserved FINE very clean and tight copy (hint of tanning to leaves) in a near FINE Dust Jacket (barely noticeable closed tear to spine panel which has been neatly repaired from the verso) ].......Unless otherwise noted: 1st Edition means First Printing; books are in the original publishers binding; wrappers (present only if mentioned above) are complete, un-clipped and provided with transparent protectors.
B&W and color illustrations. Very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) 580pp. ISBN 0902028618 First published in 1979. Covers the history and development of furniture and oak and kindred timbers in the British Isles and New England, from the Middle Ages through to 1800. The subject is broken down into a logical sequence of structural, functional and decorative aspects, and each section is generously illustrated. The furniture shown ranges from the finest examples of the period, to the sort of study and workmanlike pieces which modern collectors will be able to own themselves.
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