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Titolo: THE NOBLEMAN, GENTLEMAN, AND THE GARDENER'S ...
Casa editrice: B. Barker and C. King in Westminster Hall
Data di pubblicazione: 1715
Condizione libro: Good+
Edizione: First Edition.
This book, the author's first published work, is dedicated to the Marquess of Lindsey for whom he most likely designed the gardens at Grimsthorpe Castle in Lincolnshire. It includes the first lengthy historical sketch of the progress of gardening in England. Original full brown leather with raised bands on spine. Single ruled gilt border on covers. Interior of text is tight, clean & intact. Pages with a hint of age toning and free of foxing. (viii) , (xxxiv) ,266pp +8pp of index & errata. Decorated with head and tail pieces. Cracked hinges with covers attached. Spine label missing, small tear on front endpaper's bottom corner by spine. Agriculture, Gardening; Ornamental Head & Tail Pieces; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 266 pages. Codice inventario libreria 16722
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 19 novembre 2001
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