[REPTON, Humphry (1752-1818)]. The Red Books of Humphry Repton. London: The Basilisk Press, 1976. 4 volumes, oblong 4° (214 x 289mm) and 2° (435 x 326mm). Three volumes of colour facsimiles of Repton's 'Red Books' for Antony House, Attingham Park and Sheringham Hall, with an explanatory volume by Edward Malins with photographs of the houses and their grounds by Eric de Maré. Quarter red morocco, marbled-paper-covered boards, in slipcases, boxed. A fine copy of one of 500 numbered sets of these superb facsimiles, reproducing Repton's 'before and after' watercolours of his landscape designs.
[G.B. PIRANESI (1707-1778)]. (William Young ed.) Roman Architecture, Sculpture and Ornament. Selected Examples from Piranesi's Monumental Work. London: E. and F.N. Spon, 1900. 2° (561 x 383mm). 14 pages of text, 110 facsimile plates, most double-page (numbered 200). Loose as issued in original brown cloth portfolio, with original ties. (Some edges a little frayed.)
[R. and J. ADAM] The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, Esquires. Dourdan (Seine-et-Oire): E. Thézard fils, 1900-02. 2° (554 x 440mm). 3 volumes in 2. Unreduced facsimile of the 1822 edition, which consisted of a reissue of the original sheets of the first edition of volumes I and II (of 1778 and 1779) with an additional volume. Parallel titles and imprints in English and French. 105 plates. Half green morocco, gilt (a little rubbed). One of 500 numbered sets. Harris 7. (4)