New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918. Hardcover. VG- (Lightly used; former owner name and year on first page; pages are aging only slightly; text and plates are clear.). Dark green cloth, gilt letters on spine, 175 pp., 57 BW illus., 54 color plates on stiff paper. Presents " a description of thirty-six objects belonging to a notable gold treasure of the late Roman period found in Egypt. The description is intentionally full; since the evidence at our disposal for acquaintance with the jeweller's art of this period is comparatively meagre, it was thought that the publication of a detailed study might be of interest." (preface) Please note that this is an original book and not an e-book, a paperback reprint, or a print-on-demand copy. As such, it is uncommon. (Inventory #: 155978)
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