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George Wickes, 1698-1761, Royal Goldsmith by  Elaine Barr - Hardcover - 1980 - from Argonaut Book Shop (SKU: 6051)

George Wickes, 1698-1761, Royal Goldsmith

George Wickes, 1698-1761, Royal Goldsmith by  Elaine Barr - Hardcover - 1980 - from Argonaut Book Shop (SKU: 6051)
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George Wickes, 1698-1761, Royal Goldsmith

by Barr, Elaine

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About This Item

New York: Rizzoli, in association with Christie's, 1980 Small quarto. 210pp. Bibliography, index. Numerous black & white photographs throughout. Gilt-lettered gray cloth. A fine copy in fine pictorial dust jacket. George Wickes is in the first ranks of London's eighteenth-century master silversmiths, and the firm he founded still holds the appointment to Britain's Royal family. .


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Argonaut Book Shop US (US)
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George Wickes, 1698-1761, Royal Goldsmith
Barr, Elaine
Book condition
Rizzoli, in association with Christie's
Place of Publication
New York
Date published
GOLDWORK ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES SILVER GOLD, Silversmiths, England, London, George Wickes, Biography

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About Argonaut Book Shop

The Argonaut Book Shop was founded in 1941 in the middle of the financial district of San Francisco. The Argonaut was a founding member of the Antiquarian Booksellers\' Association of America and has been a member in good standing ever since. The Shop is now located just three blocks from Union Square in downtown San Francisco and is open six days a week. Parking facilities include ample street space and a parking garage close by. The bookstore occupies two large rooms open to the public. One enters first into a large room with oak flooring and antique bookcases filled with fine and rare books, mostly dealing with the history of California and the American West. This room also includes fine press books and other rare subject matter. The second room is devoted to good books in varied subject areas including art, maritime, American civil war, books on antiques, literature, regional Americana, etc.


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