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The History and Antiquities of Windsor Castle, and the Royal College, and Chapel of St. George (1749)

£89.99

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The History and Antiquities of Windsor Castle, and the Royal College, and Chapel of St. George

POTE, Joseph.
Publication Date: 1749

Hardback. Front cover detached, poor. Covers and spine worn, bumped and marked. fair. Insides foxed and yellow commensurate with age. No other loose pages.

Laws, and Ceremonies of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. Including the several Foundations in the Castle, from their First Establishment fo the Present Time. With an Account of the Town and Corporation of Windsor. xx, 429pp FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp [6], i-iii, [11], 13 plates including frontispiece engraving of The Prince Companion, of which 3 are gatefold, including Plan of the Castle; 3 illustrations in text of which 1 full page; armorial headpiece to Chapter One. text, 4to Joseph Pote, Eton 1749.

Would certainly need restoration but still a very interesting volume with royal connection.

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Hardback

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The History and Antiquities of Windsor Castle, and the Royal College, and Chapel of St. George

POTE, Joseph.
Publication Date: 1749

Hardback. Front cover detached, poor. Covers and spine worn, bumped and marked. fair. Insides foxed and yellow commensurate with age. No other loose pages.

Laws, and Ceremonies of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. Including the several Foundations in the Castle, from their First Establishment fo the Present Time. With an Account of the Town and Corporation of Windsor. xx, 429pp FIRST EDITION. Quarto, pp [6], i-iii, [11], 13 plates including frontispiece engraving of The Prince Companion, of which 3 are gatefold, including Plan of the Castle; 3 illustrations in text of which 1 full page; armorial headpiece to Chapter One. text, 4to Joseph Pote, Eton 1749.

Would certainly need restoration but still a very interesting volume with royal connection.

Condition:
Poor
Format:
Hardback

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