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Chanteloup : Le Chateau - La Pagode

£14.99

Product description

French text, a guide to the history of Chanteloup, a 44m Chinese pagoda built in 1775 by the Duke of Choiseul. The Chanteloup castle was located in Touraine, near Amboise. Famous for having belonged to the Duke of Choiseul who retired during his disgrace, it was completely destroyed in the nineteenth century. The only part remaining is a spectacular and famous folly Pagoda. The book is illustrated with 20 unpublished prints / photographs.
The paper cover is scuffed around all edges and spine and is also grubby with a few age spots. The top left corner on the back has a fold. The untrimmed pages are in a clean condition with some age browning and spotting.

Item details

Author(s):
A Hallays, R E Andre & R Engerand
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1928
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
190
Publisher:
Mame, Tours

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French text, a guide to the history of Chanteloup, a 44m Chinese pagoda built in 1775 by the Duke of Choiseul. The Chanteloup castle was located in Touraine, near Amboise. Famous for having belonged to the Duke of Choiseul who retired during his disgrace, it was completely destroyed in the nineteenth century. The only part remaining is a spectacular and famous folly Pagoda. The book is illustrated with 20 unpublished prints / photographs.
The paper cover is scuffed around all edges and spine and is also grubby with a few age spots. The top left corner on the back has a fold. The untrimmed pages are in a clean condition with some age browning and spotting.

Author(s):
A Hallays, R E Andre & R Engerand
Condition:
Fair
Edition:
1928
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
190
Publisher:
Mame, Tours

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