Lot 126: [PLATE BOOKS] LOUDON, SAMUEL. A Treatise on Forming, Improving, and Managing Country Residences. London: Longman, 1806. Firs...

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LOUDON, SAMUEL. A Treatise on Forming, Improving, and Managing Country Residences
. London: Longman, 1806. First edition. Two volumes. Contemporary boards, rebacked in modern leather. Plates, including plate with overlay. Some foxing and offsetting but generally clean; Together with six volumes of John Britton's Cathedral Antiquities, 1814-21, modern green morocco backed boards, includes the volumes for Norwich, York, Canterbury, Salisbury, Oxford Wells, and Winchester, plates, some foxing; NOBLE, T. The Counties of Chester, Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, and Rutland, Illustrated, circa 1836, contemporary morocco, plates; and KNIGHT, CHARLES. Old England: A Pictorial Museum, two volumes, early boards, rebacked in modern morocco. The lot not fully collated and sold as is. The lot eleven volumes.


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