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Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The book includes a chapter by . Symonds, FSA This is a record of 2500 cabinet-makers, upholsterers, carvers and gilders with their addresses and working dates illustrated by 165 reproductions of rare and little-known makers' trade-cards announcing their productions. These were used by the more reputable firms from about 1700 up till the early years of the 19th century.
Batsford, London, 1953. They provide expert and detailed descriptions, disclose all significant defects and/or restorations, provide clear and accurate pricing, and operate with fairness and honesty during the purchase experience
Batsford, London, 1953. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. From johnson rare books & archives, ABAA (Covina, CA, . They provide expert and detailed descriptions, disclose all significant defects and/or restorations, provide clear and accurate pricing, and operate with fairness and honesty during the purchase experience. Terms of Sale: As proud members of the Antiquarian Booksellers' Association of America, we uphold our association's code of ethics. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, all items are returnable within ten days of delivery.
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Heal, Ambrose （1953） The London Furniture-Makers from the Restoration to the Victorian Era, 1660-1840 （London : . . AAD Heal Papers, AAD/1978/2/461, Advertisements from The Morning Chronicle, Nov. Advertisements from The Morning Chronicle. 20, 1855; Cornhill Magazine, N., Jan. 1860, and N., Feb.
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Heal 1972 Ambrose Heal, The London Furniture Makers from the Restoration to the Victorian Era .
Heal 1972 Ambrose Heal, The London Furniture Makers from the Restoration to the Victorian Era 1660-1840, 1972 reprint, first published 1953. Hervey 1894 The Diary of John Hervey, 1st Earl of Bristol. With extracts from his Book of Expenses, 1688 to 1742, 1894. Sitwell 1998 Christine Sitwell, 'Approach to Restoration in English Country Houses', in Christine Sitwell and Sarah Staniforth (ed., Studies in the History of Painting Restoration, 1998, p. 29-138. Sloman 2002Susan Sloman, Gainsborough in Bath, 2002.