London: Printed by W. Smith and sold by W. Row, 1803. First edition. Read More about The Cabinet Dictionary, containing An Explanation of all the Terms used in the Cabinet, Chair...
Paris: Les Publications de France 13, Rue Saint-Georges, . First edition. Read More about Styles de France Meubles et Ensembles de 1610 à 1920. Queant, Olivier (ed
London: B.T. Batsford. Fourth edition. Read More about The Art and Craft of Garden Making
London: J. Taylor, 1811. First edition. An important work on the origins of the Gothic style in England. Read More about A Treatise on the Ecclesiastical Architecture of England, During the Middle Ages, with Ten...
New York: C.O. Jones, Printer, 76 Cedar St, 1864. Miniature Catalogue of Fairy-House Furniture. Unrecorded miniature book inventorying the furniture and other objects of a model fairy house. Tipped-in to volume II, page 570, of Letters of a Family During the War for the Union 1861-1865 (Printed for Private Distribution..... Read More about Inventory of Furniture, &c. in Fair-y Villa, Belonging to Mr. Fair-Child
c. 1920-1932. Morgan was the class of 1917 (?) at Cornell and on rowing team for that year (we have photo of 50th reunion). Read More about Collection of over 100 etchings, architectural drawings, etc in one folio cloth binder and a...
Boston: Ticknor and Company, 1886. First edition. Read More about Japanese Homes and Their Surroundings
New York: William Edwin Rudge, 1926. Pennell, Joseph. From a limited edition of 350 copies signed by Elizabeth Pennell. Prospectus loosely inserted. A beautiful copy of this book that often comes in poor condition. Read More about The Glory of New York. Text by Mrs Elizabeth Robins Pennell
London: J. Taylor, 1801. Third edition. An attractive copy of the third edition of this popular builder's manual, first published as The New Carpenter's Guide in 1792. With rare 4-page folio catalogue of architecture books available at Josiah Taylor's Architectural Library, no. 59 High Holborn. Read More about The Carpenter's New Guide: Being a Complete Book of Lines for Carpentry and Joinery …
London: J. Taylor, 1819. Seventh edition. An attractive copy of the expanded seventh edition of this popular builder's manual, first published as The New Carpenter's Guide in 1792. This edition includes six new plates, and all the plates — which present plans for roofs, stairs, railings, niches, soffits, etc. —..... Read More about The Carpenter's New Guide; Being a Complete Book of Lines for Carpentry and Joinery
Paris: Guy Le Prat-Éditeur, . First Edition. Read More about L'Art et La Manière des Maitres Ébéniste Français au XVIIIe Siècle. Tome II
Paris: Guy Le Prat, . First Edition. Read More about L'Art et La Manière des Maitres Ébénistes Français au XVIIIe Siècle. Les Triquages comment...
Boston: Marshall Jones, . First edition. Read More about Furniture of the Pilgrim Century (of American Origin) 1620-1720, Including Colonial Utensils and...
Framingham, Massachusetts: Old America Company Publishers, [1928-1933]. SIGNED IN ALL THREE VOLUMES. Inscribed on flyleaf of Volume I : "To Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Sullivan Wallace Nutting Christmas Day 1938." and also signed and inscribed in each of the other 2 volumes on. Read More about Furniture Treasury (Mostly of American Origin). All periods of American Furniture with some...
London: George Routledge & Sons, Limited, 1910. First edition. Read More about Relics & Memorials of London City
London: Grant Richards, 1909. Wildman, William A. Edition de luxe, No. 28 of 100 copies. Edition De Luxe, One of 100 Copies. Read More about Oxford: Its Buildings and Gardens
London: Printed for the Author, and Sold by I. Taylor, at the Bible and Crown, 1778. First edition. Superior copy of this rare work by Pain, remarkable for the large format plates of designs for doorways, chimneys, twist rails, skylights, and other domestic ornament. Read More about The Carpenter and Joiner’s Repository: or A New System of Lines and Proportions for Doors,...
[Bologna?]: 1783. First edition. A Rare Anthology of Late Baroque Bolognese Designer. A very rare pattern book, being an anthology of late Baroque designs by (principally) Bolognesses artists, architects, and designers, compiled and engraved by Panfili (1723-1812) for the use of young designers. After completing work in Fermo notably for..... Read More about Frammenti di ornati per li giovani principianti nel disegno
London: Printed for R. Ackermann by J. Diggins, 1818. First edition, with Ackermann catalogue. Papworth (1775-1847) was an architect, artist, and founding member of the Royal Institute of British Architects. He popularised the rustic "cottage ornée" style. Read More about Rural Residences, Consisting of A Series of Design for Cottages, Decorated Cottages, Small...
New York: n.d. [ca. 1890]. Read More about Photographs of the Brooklyn Bridge and Statue of Liberty
London: Printed for J. Taylor, 1807. First edition. The English Cottage in the "Antient Style" Lovely copy of the first book of this busy professional, illustrated with thirty-three exquisite sepia aquatints of his rural designs for villas, "Cabânes ornées", in the "antient English character," farm houses, servants' cottages, a "huntsman's..... Read More about Architectural Designs for Rustic Cottages, Picturesque Dwellings, Villas, etc.; with Appropriate...
Paris: Victor Quetin, Faubourg St. Antoine, 55, aue troisième, c. 1860. Volume of Victor Quetin's long-running series, LE MAGASINE DE MEUBLES, of vivid chromolithograph plates of furniture and drapery. Read More about Le Magasin de Meubles: Album de Meubles Riches. Publié et dessiné par Victor Quetin
Rome: presso la R. Calcografia, 1875. Read More about Logge del Vaticano
New York: William Helbrun, 1925. First American edition. Read More about The Smaller English House of the Later Renaissance 1660-1830