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The Heritage of Upper Canadian Furniture:A Study in the Survival of Formal and Vernaclar Styles from Britain, America and Europe, 1780-1900

by Pain, Howard

Condition: Ver y Good/Ver y Good

Toronto: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1978. 548 pages, notes, numerous b/w and color illustrations, technical notes on plates, bifold color map of settlement patterns, acknowledgments, glossary, bibliography; folio, wine cloth. Very good+, 5 leaves top corners creased; dust jacket very good+, light edge wear. Hard Cover. Ver y Good/Ver y Good.


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