London, South Kensington
23 March 2005
CRUNDEN, John (c.1745-1835). Convenient and Ornamental Architecture, London: Printed for the Author and Henry Webley, 1767. 2° (270 x 181mm). 70 plates on 56 sheets engraved by Isaac Taylor, several double-page or folding (split in one folding plate, occasional light spotting, title somewhat discoloured). 19th-century dark blue half calf (upper hinge rubbed). Provenance: P. Gwithin (signature, dated 1783, at head of title). FIRST EDITION. Archer 49.1; Harris 159; RIBA 759.
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