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Number 57 The History of a House (s seen on Channel 4) by Maxwell Hutchinson, Headline 2003, d/j, profusely illustrated

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Publisher: Headline Book Publishing, 2003, 1st edition. Hardback with unclipped dustjacket, 223 pages, profusely illustrated in colour throughout. Cover and book are in excellent condition. The unclipped dustjacket is very good with just light shelfwear to top and bottom edges. A fascinating and beautifully illustrated look at the history, architecture, decoration and evolution of 57 Kingsdown Parade, built in 1779 on a hill overlooking Bristol and typical of the Georgian period. For this book and the television series that accompanied it, architect and broadcaster Maxwell Hutchinson and a team of experts stripped the house back to its original form and restored it generation by generation to show how our ancestors would have lived. A lovely and fascinating book.

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Author(s):
Maxwell Hutchinson
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Hardback
Number of pages:
223
Publisher:
Headline Book Publishing, 2003, 1st edition
Title:
Number 57 The History of a House (As seen on Channel 4)

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Publisher: Headline Book Publishing, 2003, 1st edition. Hardback with unclipped dustjacket, 223 pages, profusely illustrated in colour throughout. Cover and book are in excellent condition. The unclipped dustjacket is very good with just light shelfwear to top and bottom edges. A fascinating and beautifully illustrated look at the history, architecture, decoration and evolution of 57 Kingsdown Parade, built in 1779 on a hill overlooking Bristol and typical of the Georgian period. For this book and the television series that accompanied it, architect and broadcaster Maxwell Hutchinson and a team of experts stripped the house back to its original form and restored it generation by generation to show how our ancestors would have lived. A lovely and fascinating book.

Author(s):
Maxwell Hutchinson
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
223
Publisher:
Headline Book Publishing, 2003, 1st edition
Title:
Number 57 The History of a House (As seen on Channel 4)

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