A theoretical and practical treatise on the five orders of architecture; containing the most plain and simple rules for drawing and executing them in the purest style; with the opinions of Sir William Chambers … including an historical description of Gothic architecture … to which are added … treatises on projection, perspective … concluding with an index and glossary of the terms of art.

London: Thomas Kelly, 1834. First edition, 4to, pp. [4], 163, [1]; 100 engraved plates (some folding); contemporary half black calf, red morocco label on spine; extremities scuffed and worn, soiling and waterstains, largely in the margins but often entering the images, and some moderate foxing; good and sound. OCLC finds only the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library copy. Item #26461

Price: $650.00

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