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Holt, Richard.

A short treatise of artificial stone, as 'tis now made, and converted into all manner of curious embellishments, and proper ornaments, of architecture: containing the most beautiful, the strongest, and the cheapest method, of adorning buildings of all sorts. Being an excellent and most useful art, well known to the ancients, but lost to the world for many ages; now retriev'd. By Richard Holt, gent. ...

London, Printed for Stephen Austen, and John Brindley, 1730.
Physical Description:
viii, 55 p. 19 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
TP871 H6
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Subject Terms:
Stone, Artificial.

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