London, South Kensington
23 March 2005
PAIN, William (c.1730-1794?). The Builder's Pocket-Treasure; or Palladio delineated and explained, London: W. Owen, 1771. 8° (179 x 106mm). 45 plates, many folding (one plate with cellotape repair, a few slightly trimmed, some pencil markings on versos of last two plates, some light browning). Contemporary sheep (rebacked, corners repaired, new endleaves). Provenance: Thomas Clark, Lyddington, Rutland, 1800 (inscription on pastedown). Harris 622; RIBA 2364.
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