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Please note that this is a heavy item and will require extra postage for international shipping.; Pale brown cloth half-binding; rather worn and rubbed; wear to head and tail of spine, with tiny losses, but boards and backstrip intact. Corners worn. Gilt titling still quite bright. Pale grey marbled boards, a little worn and rubbed. Binding intact, but a litle frail; rear joint partially exposed. Bookplate on front pastedown. Many b/w illustrations, engraving, plans, fold-out plan, etc. The Builder was a journal of architecture published in the UK in the 19th and 20th centuries. This volume contains a wonderful array - a potpourri, if you will - of articles and features on the latest trends and developments in late-Victorian domestic, municipal and ecclesiastical architecture and design (especially in the burgeoning arts and crafts movement), and items of historical interest, etc., etc. Henry Heathcote Statham (1839-1924) was himself a noted architect and composer.; 4to (9" x 13"); 618 pages
Title: The Builder - An illustrated weekly magazine for the architect, engineer, archaeologist, constructor, sanitary-reformer & art-lover. Volume LXXVII, July-Dec 1899.
Publisher: London, The Builder: 1899
Book Condition: Good+
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 22535