Titre : The Art-Journal 1853, New Series Volume V
Éditeur : London
Date d'édition : 1853
Reliure : Full Leather
Etat du livre : Fair
Etat de la jaquette : No DJ
Edition : First Edition
324 pp, numerous prints/engravings, two of which have been removed: The Way Worn Traveller and the Dead Robin. Includes "The Exhibition of Art-Industry in Dublin" at the ends of the text and comprising 64 pages and numerous illustrations. The leather binding is relatively good with the gilt on the spine very readable, and the gilt decorations on the boards bright. The corners are in good shape, and the marbled end-papers are in quite good condition. There is significant foxing, and some minor flaws. Overall it is quite nice as a decorative leather-bound volume with its all-edge gilt and bright gilt decorations on covers. ID# 5Ce. SHIPPING TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES would be very expensive for this item. Contact me before ordering if postal costs are any concern. N° de réf. du libraire 011702
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