The Queen's House, Greenwich, Being the Fourteenth Monograph of the London Survey Committee
by Chettle, George H.
Greenwich: The National Maritime Museum, 1937. Hardcover. VG, clean, tight interior; light age toning to page edges. Covers solid but with a few marks here and there./4. Grey cloth/boards with deep navy insignia (possibly that of Queen Anne [and King James I of England], for whom the house was built) on front cover and lettering on spine. 124 pp. + 87 bw plates. Color frontis tipped on. No dj. Preface by Walter Godfrey and essay by Geoffrey Callender. The history of this architectural gem by Inigo Jones. Full of annotated plates, appendices, information about every phase of the history of the house, and more. The Queen's House currently is part of the National Maritime Museum.
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