Colman's Normandy, Picardy, &c. &c. containing view of some of the most Picturesque Exteriors and Interiors of Cathedrals, Churches and other Objects in Nothern France. Sketched from Nature and drawn on Stone by himself.

London: W. Gooding Colman, 1838. Hardcover. Original contents bound into black library buckram; gilt lettering on spine. Unpaginated. 20 bw or duotone plates with tissue guards; extensive descriptions on facing pages. Oversize (approx. 14 x 16 inches) and heavy (6 pounds) and will require extra postage. Good. Ex-library copy with expected marks, including a peforation stamp to title page and final text page. ALL plates have library ink stamp on front. Foxing throughout of varying extent--some pages have little to none, other have moderate foxing. binding loosening in the middle, but still holding. some tissue guards folded or damaged. Title page has a 3-inch gutter tear at bottom. Item #134157

Printed for subscribers. Originally issued in sections, and the original section notes are also bound in. Includes a dedication page, in florid script, to the Duke of Rutlande [sic]; the list of subscribers; and a list of the subjects of the plates, which include many churches/cathedrals.

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