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DONALDSON, Thomas Leverton (1795--1885)
[A collection of the most approved examples of doorways. Part 2. Advertisement]
A collection of the most approved examples of doorways from modern buildings in Italy and Sicily, expressly measured and delineated for this work, preceded by a history of Italian architecture from its revival to the time of Palladio, ... By Thomas Leverton Donaldson, architect; ...
[London]: [1835?].

Half-sheet, folded, conjugate leaf blank. Drop-head title. An advertisement for the second part of Donaldson's work (q.v.) which was intended both to continue the first (q.v.) and to stand on its own. A reference to Donaldson's position as 'Honorary Secretary of the Institute of British Architects' dates the advertisement to after the first meeting of the Institute held on 3 June 1835. The price of one guinea and a half is unchanged from the earlier advertisement (q.v.) in spite of the increase in the proposed number of plates from 25 to 28. The publishers are now John Weale and John Williams.

Binding Loose bifolium.

Reference Number 2117


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