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TAYLOR, I. and J.
[A catalogue of modern books on architecture. 1792]
A catalogue of modern books on architecture, theoretical, practical, and ornamental; viz. books of plans and elevations for houses, temples, bridges, &c. Of ornaments for internal decorations, foliage for carvers, &c. On perspective. Books of use to carpenters, bricklayers, and workmen in general, &c. &c. Which, with the best ancient authors, are constantly on sale at I. and J. Taylor's Architectural Library, No. 56, High Holborn, London. Where may be had the works of the most celebrated French architects and engineers.
London, [1792?].
16 p. ; 18.5 cm. (8°)

Drop-head title. Not found in ESTC. This appears to be a later issue of the catalogue described in BAL, Early printed books, no. 3259, probably issued during 1792 or the closing months of 1791, in which John Phillips, A general history of inland navigation, 1792 is described as 'In the Press, and speedily will be published ...'. The same work is listed as the final item in the present issue, 'Quarto, 1l. 1s. boards.'.

Copy Notes Bound after The Building Act, passed in the fourteenth year of George III. ... A new edition, 1791 (q.v.).

Binding Contemporary C18th tree calf, gilt-ruled spine without spine-title.

Reference Number 5421


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