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Etchings of buildings of southern Europe  

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A Book of Towers and Other Buildings of Southern Europe

Sitwell, Sacheverell


Frederick Etchells & Hugh Macdonald



With 24 dry-point etchings by Richard Wyndham; introduction and brief descriptions by Sitwell. 30x19 cm (11¾x7¼") half vellum and tan boards. Printed in England by Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co. on Zanders hand-made paper. No. 211 of 350 copies.

Beautiful dry-point etchings illustrate this volume on buildings of Europe.

Lot Amendments

Some rubbing and faint staining to boards, very good.

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