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By Newbold, Harry Bryant

London: Caxton Publishing Co. No Date c.1930. 3 Volumes complete. Volume 1 pp viii 284. Volume 2 pp vi 273. Volume 3 pp viii 293 including index. All volumes illustrated with photographs, drawings, plans and tables. Endpapers lightly spotted. Bound in matching blind-stamped red cloth with gilt lettering, complete with publisher's information slip and a booklet of 12 coupons and entitling the reader to free advice from the "Building Repairs & Renovations" Information Bureau. A clean and attractive set dealing with all aspects of building repairs including treatment of dry rot, decay in masonry and sound proofing and insulation etc. Heavy set. UK postage will be £5.00. Overseas shipping at cost.


MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the Strains, Designing and Erection of Works of Construction

By Campin, Francis

London: Crosby Lockwood, 1881 pp viii 249 including index plus 32-page catalogue of Engineering etc. books and a 16-page Weale's Series catalogue both bound in at the back. Illustrated with drawings, diagrams and equasions. Includes chapters on Iron Arches and Suspension Bridges. Green cloth, gilt. Contemporary owner's name on front endpaper. Vertical creasing to first few pages.


MARVELS OF ARCHITECTURE Translated Form the French of M. Lefevre to Which is Added A Chapter on English Architecture By R. Donald

By Donald, R.

London: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co pp viii 264 plus 4 page publishers catalogue. Illustrated with engravings.Pictorial two-tone brown/blue cloth, gilt, a little darkened at spine. All edges gilt. No date but prize label on front pastedown dated November 1884



By Short, Ernest (Ed.)

London: Hollis & Carter, 1947 With contributions by Sir Charles Nicholson, John Rothenstein and others. pp xvii 202 with chapters on church plate, lighting the organ in the post-war church and church woodwork, windows and bells etc. Illustrated with photographs, line drawings and a coloured frontis. Dark red cloth, gilt. Endpapers and page edges lightly spotted. Otherwise a clean tight copy.



Paris: Librairie D'art R. Ducher La Grammaire Des Styles Series. pp 64. Illustrated. Pictorial card covers with some water staining at front fore edge and bottom spine corner. Includes a handwritten letter dated 11th July 1925 relating to its purchase.



By Latham, Ian

London: Academy Editions, 1980 pp 156 including index. Illustrated with photographs and drawings in colour and black and white. Cream boards, gilt. Ex-Library with new endpapers stamped and numbered on verso of title page and on bottom and fore edge of page block. In protected dustjacket.Rear of dustjacket marked with a series of dents which show to a lesser extrent on the rear board. Heavy book which will require extra overseas shipping.



By Ingemann, W. M.

London: John Tiranti, 1938 Domestic Architecture of Old England Series. Comprising pp x plus 4 pages of drawn illustrations and 48 photographic plates. Paper covered boards with brown cloth spine. Corners a little bumped. Otherwise a Good Clean Copy.


THE ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY OF GLASTONBURY ABBEY Read at the Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, at Dorchester, August 4, 1865

By Willis, Rev. R

Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, and Co., 1866 pp viii 91 plus 8 page publishers list at the back. Illustrated with 7 plates showing plans and elevations of the Abbey (2 coloured and 1 folding) Original blue cloth with blind stamp boarder and gold lettering in centre of front board. Ex-Library with round perforated stamp in bottom corner of title page and numbers on verso with tiny neat stamp in bottom corner margin of first page of text and on verso of last plate. Former owner's armorial bookplate on front pastedown. A little light wear to head and foot of slightly darkened spine and light wear to corners, otherwise a clean bright copy


A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF HUTTON JOHN Read at the Site, July 6th, 1923

By Hudleston, F.

pp 19 plus frontis map and four plates. Green cloth, gilt. Endpapers lightly browned. Author's presentation inscription on front endpaper dated Jan. 1925. Good.



By Ransom, Harry S. (Ed.)

Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964 A volume in the Rice Semicentennial Series. pp124 + 21 plates at rear in black white.Blue cloth-backed grey boards, gilt with light wear to head and foot of spine. Near Fine in VG protected dustjacket with wear at head and foot of spine.



By Barman, Christian

London: Ernest Ben Limited, 1924 Masters of Architecture Series. pp 28 plus frontis and 33 plates. Grey paper-covered boards with black cloth spine. Boards browned at edges and light wear to corners and top of spine. Some light foxing to text pages. Owner's name on front endpaper. Good.


SOME FAMOUS BUILDINGS AND THEIR STORY Being the Results of Recent Research in London and Elsewhere

By Clapham, Alfred W. And Godfrey, Walter H.

London: Technical Journals Ltd. pp xi 275 plus vii page index with a 16 page publishers catalogue at the back. Illustrated with photographs and plans. Grey paper-covered boards with cloth back and spine. New endpapers some mild spotting throughout more pronounced at the ends of the book. Good.


ARCHITECTURE The Natural and the Manmade

By Scully, Vincent.

London: Harvill Press, 1991 pp xiv 388 including index. Illustrated throughout in colour and black and white. Black boards, gilt. Fine in Near Fine protected dustjacket with crease down edge of front inner flap.


LAWRENCE WEAVER 1876-1930 An Annotated Bibliography

By Weaver, Lawrence Trevelyan

York: Inch's Books, 1989 First Edition limited to 500 copies. pp 83. Illustrated. White cloth-backed brown paper-covered boards with title label on front board. A Fine bright copy in a plain semi-transparent paper wrapper as issued.