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by CHARLES HAMILTON SMITH

eBook Ancient Costumes of Great Britain and Ireland: From the Druids to the Tudors epub
  • ISBN: 1851702539
  • Author: CHARLES HAMILTON SMITH
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Decorative Arts & Design
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: London: Bracken Books, 1989.; First Edition edition (1989)
  • Pages: 216 pages
  • ePUB size: 1406 kb
  • FB2 size 1399 kb
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Hard cover book, 225 pages, 85 full color plates, comprehensive work on ancient costumes of Britain and Ireland

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Hard cover book, 225 pages, 85 full color plates, comprehensive work on ancient costumes of Britain and Ireland. Ireland: From the Druids to the Tudors.

book by Charles Hamilton Smith. Hard cover book, 225 pages, 85 full color plates, comprehensive work on ancient costumes of Britain and Ireland. Ancient Costumes of Great Britain and Ireland: From the Druids to the Tudors. by Charles Hamilton Smith.

Bracken Books, London, 1989. Book Condition: Gently Used Good Vintage Reprint of early nineteenth-century history of costume that was first published in 1814. Book Condition: Gently Used Good Vintage. Dust Jacket Condition: Shows much wear. Maroon cloth, 216 pages, 85 color plates. Reprint of early nineteenth-century history of costume that was first published in 1814. Measures about 13 1/4 by 9 inches large & heavy volume over 4 lbs weight unpacked. Ii note this book was stored inn a humid area for many years as there is some signs on first pages evident in wrinkling etc. A nice clean copy that has stunning illustrations that could be upcycled into wall art and framed.

by. Smith, Charles Hamilton. Costume - Medieval, Costume.

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It is a fascinating study of clothes and other apparel in the British Isles from the earliest periods of history to the 16th century. This chronologically arranged collection includes descriptions of fashion at the court of various monarchs.

by Charles Hamilton Smith. Published by Colnaghi And C. .Slightly better than good condition. From the Seventh to the Sixteenth Century out of the Collection in the Possession of the Author. Books by Charles Hamilton Smith 2. Books published by Colnaghi And Co. 1. Similar Stock. THE COSTUME OF GREAT BRITAIN Written by . BRADSHAW'S DESCRIPTIVE RAILWAY HAND-BOOK OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND 1861 No author. Stock no. 1609167 Published by Collins. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine condition wrapper.

SMITH, CHARLES HAMILTON (1776–1859), soldier and writer on natural history, a descendant of a Flemish . Translated from the German,’ 1811. 3. ‘Selections of Ancient Costume of Great Britain and Ireland, Seventh to Sixteenth Century,’ 1814.

SMITH, CHARLES HAMILTON (1776–1859), soldier and writer on natural history, a descendant of a Flemish protestant family of good position called Smet, was born at Vrommen-hofen in East Flanders (then an Austrian province) on 26 Dec. 1776. At an early age he was sent to school at Richmond, Surrey, but on the outbreak of revolution in the Low Countries in 1787, returned to Flanders, and pursued his studies in the Austrian academy for artillery and engineers at Malines and at Louvain.

Artist: Robert Havell. After: Charles Hamilton Smith. Contemporaneous Works Art from the same century and country. Church at St. Jacques, at Dieppe, from the series 'Architectural Antiquities of Normandy' (1819–1822). John Sell Cotman, John and Arthur Arch, John Sell Cotman. Mr. George Bennett as Apemantus in Timon of Athens, Act I, Scene II.

Hard cover book, 225 pages, 85 full color plates, comprehensive work on ancient costumes of Britain and Ireland.
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