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Weale, John, 1791–1862

Designs of ornamental gates, lodges, palisading, and iron work of the royal parks; with some other designs equal in utility and taste: intended for those designing, and making parks, terraces, pleasure walks, recreative grounds, &c. &c.; principally taken from the executed works of Decimus Burton, arch., John Nash, arch. ... [and others] With fifty engravings, and two woodcuts.

London, J. Weale, 1841.
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2 p.., 20 p. ill., 50 plates. 36 cm.
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BAC : Bound in two volumes; lithographed covers have title: Ornamental gates, lodges, pallisading [!], & rails of the royal parks. With some others, including the entrances to the Sultan's Palace at Constantinople ... Part 1, containing 25 plates ... Edited and published by John Weale ... 1839.
BAC : Plates engraved by G. Winter or F. Mansell, some after designs by C.J. Richardson or H. Bailey.
BAC : "Printed by Nuttall and Hodgson." Covers lithographed by Day & Haghe.
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