pp 208, with illustrations, a nice copy in original cloth Size: 4to. N° de réf. du libraire
Titre : Reports on the Present Position and ...
Éditeur : Department of Overseas Trade
Date d'édition : 1925
Reliure : Cloth
Etat du livre : Very Good
Edition : 1st Edition.
Description du livre Department of Overseas Trade, Harrow. No date (1925)., 1925. 4to, 208pp, with full-page black and white and some colour illustrations. A good hardback copy in cloth boards with general wear and small areas of discolouration. Title block to spine is partially worn away. Bumped corners. Age toned and mildly foxed fore edges. Binding shaken but reasonaly solid. Hinges still complete. Light pencil sketch to front endpaper. N° de réf. du libraire 90857
Description du livre London: Department of Overseas Trade, ., 1927. First edition (hardback). 4to (27cm by 22cm), 208pp. Frontispiece and numerous plates. Bound in grey cloth, brown morocco title label to the spine. There is a library shelfmark to the foot of the spine (although there are no stamps and labels within the book), and the title label on the spine is heavily rubbed. Overall, this copy is in good plus condition. N° de réf. du libraire 48448
Description du livre Department of Overseas Trade., London, 1925. Cloth with Leather Title Block. État : Good. 206pp. Colour & b&w ilustrations. Ex-library, so has a "withdrawn" stamp on the reverse of the title page, and a small oval stamp on some of the plates. The cloth binding is soiled, and much of the gold lettering on the title block has gone. N° de réf. du libraire 17058
Description du livre London, 1926, Department of Overseas Trade, 27 x 22 cm, 206 pp + numerous black/white and coloured ill. h.t. Full cloth with leather label on spine. Some dustsoiling of cloth, paper label removed from spine, title label with some wear. Introductory survey by Sir. Hubert Llewellyn Smith and 15 articles from 14 hands; on architecture, mural decoration, furniture, textiles, metal work, glass, books & printing, posters, theatre, gardens, lighting. N° de réf. du libraire 4264