London, South Kensington
23 March 2005
L[ANGLEY], B[atty] (1696-1751). The City and Country Builder's and Workman's Treasury of Designs. London: S. Harding, 1750. 4° (266 x 208mm). 200 engraved plates by and after Batty and Thomas Langley (title somewhat creased and stained). 19th-century half calf, later black leather lettering pieces. Provenance: A. Trevor Owen (signature and inscription on an endpaper, care of the celebrated architect Sir Edwin Lutyens 'c/o E.L. Lutyens RA. 17 Queen Anne's Gate, London. SW1. 1929'). Harris 451; RIBA 1744.
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