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A Guide to Irish Country Houses

£99.00

Product description

The 1988 revised edition by Constable & Co of the book first published in 1978 by Burke's Peerage Ltd as "Burke's Guide to Country Houses Volume 1 Ireland".

This large (12" x 8.5") book is a hardback with an illustrated dust cover, the top of which is damaged and has been repaired at some time with sellotape to the front top left hand corner. The inside of the back dust cover is marked around the edge. The 320 pages are in good condition with a few marks to the edges.

The author sets out to describe every Irish country house, whether still standing, ruined or long demolished and covers both Northern Ireland and the Republic. There are numerous black and white photographs and there is a photocopy of a 1989 article from The Independent which has been inserted near the back of the book.

Item details

Author(s):
Mark Bence-Jones
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12" x 8.5"
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0094687501
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
Constable and Company Limited
Title:
A Guide to Irish Country Houses

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About this item

The 1988 revised edition by Constable & Co of the book first published in 1978 by Burke's Peerage Ltd as "Burke's Guide to Country Houses Volume 1 Ireland".

This large (12" x 8.5") book is a hardback with an illustrated dust cover, the top of which is damaged and has been repaired at some time with sellotape to the front top left hand corner. The inside of the back dust cover is marked around the edge. The 320 pages are in good condition with a few marks to the edges.

The author sets out to describe every Irish country house, whether still standing, ruined or long demolished and covers both Northern Ireland and the Republic. There are numerous black and white photographs and there is a photocopy of a 1989 article from The Independent which has been inserted near the back of the book.

Author(s):
Mark Bence-Jones
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
12" x 8.5"
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0094687501
Number of pages:
320
Publisher:
Constable and Company Limited
Title:
A Guide to Irish Country Houses

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