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Pompeii: Its Past and Present State; Its Public and Private Buildings, Etc Vol I and Vol II

£120.00

Product description

Volumes I and II. Some pages uncut. Undated but believed to have been published in the mid-1800s. Some foxing to the pages, particularly at the beginning and ends of the books. The bindings are sound. Vol I has 323 pages and Vol II has 324 pages. Well illustrated with many black and white drawings and etchings and fold-out plans. The green covers are discoloured and the books show shelf wear to the top and bottom of the spines.

Item details

Added value:
Rare, collectable
Author(s):
Chiefly from the manuscripts, journals and drawings of William Clarke Esq, Architect
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
Each book 17 x 11.5 x 2 cm
Edition:
[circa 1840]
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Nattali and Bond 23 Bedford Street Covent Garden London
Title:
Pompeii: Its Past and Present State; Its Public and Private Buildings, Etc Vol I and Vol II

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About this item

Volumes I and II. Some pages uncut. Undated but believed to have been published in the mid-1800s. Some foxing to the pages, particularly at the beginning and ends of the books. The bindings are sound. Vol I has 323 pages and Vol II has 324 pages. Well illustrated with many black and white drawings and etchings and fold-out plans. The green covers are discoloured and the books show shelf wear to the top and bottom of the spines.

Added value:
Rare, collectable
Author(s):
Chiefly from the manuscripts, journals and drawings of William Clarke Esq, Architect
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
Each book 17 x 11.5 x 2 cm
Edition:
[circa 1840]
Format:
Hardback
Publisher:
Nattali and Bond 23 Bedford Street Covent Garden London
Title:
Pompeii: Its Past and Present State; Its Public and Private Buildings, Etc Vol I and Vol II

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