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Richardson, C. J. (Charles James), 1806-1871, The workman's guide to the study of old English architecture, 1845
The workman's guide to the study of old English architecture. In sketches of enriched ceilings, cornices & friezes, carved woodwork, furniture, &c. &c. &c. of the reigns of Elizabeth and James 1st. By Charles James Richardson ...
- [London] Thos. Mc Lean, 1845.
- Physical Description:
- 3 p.., 12 col. plates. 38 cm.
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Full Orbis Record:
- BAC : Printed at the Engravers & Architects Lithographic Press, or the General Lithographic Establishment, both at 70, St. Martin's Lane. According to Michael Twyman (A directory of London lithographic printers. London, 1976), Thomas Mc Lean, the publisher of the present work, was at 70 St. Martin's Lane at this time.
BAC : Some plates by H. Hodge, after the author; "figures" in one plate by Weld Taylor.
- Subject Terms:
- Architecture -- Details.Architecture, Elizabethan.Architecture, Jacobean.
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