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The Observer's Book of British Architecture Describing and Indexing The Development of Building in Britain from Saxon Times to the Present Day By John Penoyre and Michael Ryan
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The Observer's Book of British Architecture Describing and Indexing The Development of Building in Britain from Saxon Times to the Present Day by John Penoyre and Michael Ryan

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1951. No Edition Remarks. 218 pages. Illustrated dust jacket over brown cloth with black and white i...

The Observer's Book of British Architecture Describing and Indexing The Development of Building in Britain from Saxon Times to the Present Day Summary

The Observer's Book of British Architecture Describing and Indexing The Development of Building in Britain from Saxon Times to the Present Day by John Penoyre and Michael Ryan

1951. No Edition Remarks. 218 pages. Illustrated dust jacket over brown cloth with black and white illustrated plates and black and white illustrations throughout. Moderate tanning to pages with heavier foxing and tanning to pastedowns and endpapers. Pencil inscriptions to front endpaper and heavier foxing and tanning to text block edges. Boards have visible rubbing and minor bumping to corners. Fair crushing to spine ends as well. Unclipped jacket with visible edge wear and rubbing. There is visible tearing to corners, edges and spine ends and splitting to joints.

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1627479387EWY
The Observer's Book of British Architecture Describing and Indexing The Development of Building in Britain from Saxon Times to the Present Day
John Penoyre and Michael Ryan
Frederick Warne & Co
Used - Good
Hardback
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Yes
Acceptable
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218
No Edition Remarks
Book image taken of actual book.
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This is a used book. We do our best to provide good quality books for you to read, but there is no escaping the fact that it has been owned and read by someone else previously. Therefore it will show signs of wear and previous use.
1951

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