This large two volume analysis of Gothic architecture, compiled by Raphael and J. Arthur Brandon, is illustrated by a series of upwards of seven hundred examples of doorways, windows, mouldings, roofs, arches, crosses, panels, buttresses, seats, screens, etc., and accompanied with remarks on the several details of an ecclesiastical edifice. Volume 1 contains 120 pages of text and numerous plates, and Volume 2 is entirely of plates. The hardback boards are stained and scuffed around the edges, Volume two has damage to the spine, and the bindings and pages are loosening. Its page edges are also damaged. The pages in both volumes are yellow with age.