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50 Years of Yeomanry Uniforms Volume One

£19.99

Product description

Large format. An album of paintings with introduction and descriptive text. Bright red cloth hard covers in Fine condition with gilt titles on the spine. No inscriptions. The hinges have cracked in a couple of places and one page is partly detached. Apparently this is a common problem with this book with a suggestion that the plates could be easily removed for framing. Unclipped dust jacket has some minor edge wear with a short tear at the lower edge near the spine. A magnificent collection of 32 coloured plates reproduced from original 1940s paintings by E A Campbell. Each illustration is based on an original uniform and is backed by detailed research. Most are full length thus supplying the maximum amount of information. The introduction and detailed description of each plate are by R G Harris.

Item details

Added value:
First edition, 32 colour plates
Author(s):
Harris, R G
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
30.5cm x 21.5cm
Edition:
1972
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
584109377
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Frederick Muller

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Large format. An album of paintings with introduction and descriptive text. Bright red cloth hard covers in Fine condition with gilt titles on the spine. No inscriptions. The hinges have cracked in a couple of places and one page is partly detached. Apparently this is a common problem with this book with a suggestion that the plates could be easily removed for framing. Unclipped dust jacket has some minor edge wear with a short tear at the lower edge near the spine. A magnificent collection of 32 coloured plates reproduced from original 1940s paintings by E A Campbell. Each illustration is based on an original uniform and is backed by detailed research. Most are full length thus supplying the maximum amount of information. The introduction and detailed description of each plate are by R G Harris.

Added value:
First edition, 32 colour plates
Author(s):
Harris, R G
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
30.5cm x 21.5cm
Edition:
1972
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
584109377
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Frederick Muller

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