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PUGIN, Augustus Welby Northmore (1812--1852)
[Examples of Gothic architecture. 3rd series. Advertisement]
Continuation of Pugin's works on the architecture of the middle ages. By Thomas Larkins Walker, architect, pupil and executor of the late Augustus Pugin. On the 1st June, 1836, will be published part I. of Pugin's Examples of Gothic architecture. Third series. Selected from ancient edifices in England, from sketches and admeasurements by A. Welby Pugin, architect: which will consist of twenty-five plates, illustrating, by plans, sections, elevations, and details, the Vicar's Close, Wells, Somersetshire. With letter-press descriptions by Thomas Larkins Walker, architect ...
[London]: [1835].
2 p. ; 25.7 cm. (4°)

Drop-head title. With an 'Address' signed and dated at end 'Thos L. Walker. 106 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, December, 1835.' The completed volume was to consist of three parts of 25 plates (rather than as previously of four of 18), to be published 'at intervals of Nine Months', at £1 8s. for each part in medium quarto or £2 2s. in imperial quarto. Ten copies only of the latter were to be issued with india proofs of the plates, price £2 16s.

Binding Loose sheet.

Reference Number 3095


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