ENGRAVINGS AND THEIR STATES
Parts I and II.
- N.P. : n.p. n.d.
- later cloth, paper label on spine
- variously paginated
- Order Nr. 100558
- Price: $ 65.00
Removed from the Burlington Magazine for Connoisseurs, Illustrated & Published Monthly, Volume XV--April to September 1909, London, for which there is a title page bound in at the end, as well as an alphabetical list of contributors to Vol. XV. An essay on engravings. Contains 16 black-and-white plates. Part I--Methods and Minutiae. Part II--States in Actual Life. Bound in between Parts I and II are two letters to the editor. Minor wear. With the bookplate and pencil signature of Gavin Bridson. Bridson crossed out almost all sections not pertaining to the subject with a diagonal upward stroke in red ink.
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by Clark, Walter (editor)
First edition (Nevins I, 70 - "Regimental sketches vary in quality, but the work fully merits Douglas S. Freeman's classification as one of the most indispensable works for the Army of Northern Virginia." Filled with maps, plates and portraits. Presentation on front pastedown "To Adjutant Robert M. Freeman, Historian of the 71st N.C. Regt. (2nd Ji Res), with compliments of Walter Clark." Covers rubbed with wear at spine ends. Inside hinges cracked with some signatures sprung.