New York, NY: Dover Publications, Inc, 1972. Unabridged Republication of the original (1904) Edition. Qto(s) VG-/ - no DJ. FOUR VOLUME SET. glossy wraps spine with moderate edgewear, cover coating peeling away to surface, wear to stressed ends and extremities. contents of these FOUR VOLUMES include: Volume One: The Age of Oak, 1500-1660, very light brown glossy, peeling sheer coating and edgewear light. includes 15 plates, 3 in full color, 215 photographic illustrations. 243 pp. ISBN# 0486222039. Volume Two : The Age of Walnut, 1660-1720 is a cognac brown wraps spine with minimal edgewear past the sheer coating. includes 15 plates, 3 in full color, 223 photographic illustrations. no marks nor writing within, clean smooth edges, lightly thumbed. 245 pp. ISBN# 0486222047. Volume Three: The Age of Mahogany 1720-1770. amber/brown softcovers, light edgewear,no marks or writing, gently flipped through. includes 15 plates, 3 in full color, 254 photographic illustrations. 269 pp. ISBN#0486222055. Volume Four: The Age of Satinwood, 1770-1820. gently chafed ruddy brown, shiny with some glossy coating to wraps peeling. includes 15 plates, including 3 in full color, 243 photographic illustrations. 258 pp. ISBN# 0486222063. gradient tones of brown coloring for wraps deepen from light volume one to darker volume four. attractive four volume wraps set. edges unblemished, just as the interior of each. as is condition. Rockville. (Inventory #: 7-47-1254252)
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