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A History of Architectural Development, Volumes one, two and three

£19.99

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This three volume set of books, written by F M Simpson and published by Longmans Green & Co in 1922, 1932 and 1939 cover the following: Ancient, Early Christian and Byzantine (Vol I); Mediaeval (Vol II); The Renaissance in Italy, France and England (Vol III). They are part of the Architects' library series. The books are in good condition though bear foxing to ouside edge of pages, as well as internally (though not enough to detract from the narrative or pictures). Volume II bears the name of previous owners (in ink) to the ffe and inside front cover, as does volume one. The hardback covers shows some fading and bumping to corners. Spines are rubbed. A great set of books for architectural enthusiasts.

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Author(s):
Simpson, F M
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Longmans Green & Co
Title:
A History of Architectural Development, Volumes one, two and

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This three volume set of books, written by F M Simpson and published by Longmans Green & Co in 1922, 1932 and 1939 cover the following: Ancient, Early Christian and Byzantine (Vol I); Mediaeval (Vol II); The Renaissance in Italy, France and England (Vol III). They are part of the Architects' library series. The books are in good condition though bear foxing to ouside edge of pages, as well as internally (though not enough to detract from the narrative or pictures). Volume II bears the name of previous owners (in ink) to the ffe and inside front cover, as does volume one. The hardback covers shows some fading and bumping to corners. Spines are rubbed. A great set of books for architectural enthusiasts.

Author(s):
Simpson, F M
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Longmans Green & Co
Title:
A History of Architectural Development, Volumes one, two and

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