Baltimore Furniture: The Work of Baltimore and Annapolis Cabinetmakers from 1760 to 1810
by Paul, J. G. D. et al.
Baltimore, Maryland: The Baltimore Museum of Art, 1947. Hardcover. Good-, interior tight and clean but with spine cut in two places at front edge (but still secure), binding bumped, and wear to corners.. Red cloth over boards; 195 pp.; profusely illustrated in bw. Letter pertaining to furniture in the book, to Adelyn Breeskin, Director of the Baltimore Museum of Art, laid in. Features 125 items, with annotations, including chairs, card tables, chests-on-chests, low boys, high boys, and much more; Hand-numbered, no. 2 of 2,000 copies in this edition.
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