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MacQuoid's History of English Furniture  

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A History of English Furniture. The Age of Oak; The Age of Walnut; The Age of Mahogany; The Age of Satinwood.

MacQuoid, Percy


Lawrence & Bullen



4 volumes. With sixty chromolithograph plates after Shirley Slocombe, and hundreds of other plates in black & white. (Folio) 38x28 cm (15x11"), finely bound in brown three quarter morocco and cloth, gilt-tooled spines with raised bands, lettered in gilt; marbled endpapers; top edges gilt. First Editions.

The definitive study on the subject and long the standard reference for collectors. Rare encountered complete and in collectible condition. With the armorial bookplates of George Hubbard on front pastedowns. Handsomely bound.

Lot Amendments

Some rubbing and scuffing to cloth and leather, scuffing to extremities, corner tips worn; interiors sound with bright plates; very good or better.

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