Lot 103 of 613:
Architectural History of Harrow Church  

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$400 - $600

Title:
The Architectural History of Harrow Church: Derived from a Study of the Building.

Author:
Gardner, Samuel

Place:
Harrow

Publisher:
J.C. Wilbee

Date:
1895

Description:

xii, 95 pp [1]. 41 plates after photographs with additional illustrations in text. (8vo) full calf ornamented, lettered, and ruled in gilt on spine, diced boards ruled in gilt with arrow devices at corners; edges gilt, marbled endpapers. 

Newspaper clippings from the 850th anniversary of the church have been affixed to rear flyleaf and endpapers, a second clipping to rear pastedown.  Bookplate of early owner noting "E.W. Swan: Term prize for Drawing 1900"


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Condition:
Light rubbing to spine at ends and joints, mild soiling to diced boards; very good.


 
Item number:
295914
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