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A History of Art by Charles Goodyear - Hardcover - reprint - 1917 - from Hatfield Books and Memorabilia (SKU: 223)

A History of Art

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A History of Art: for Classes Art-Students and Tourists in Europe

by Charles Goodyear

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  • Hardcover
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Chicago: Laidlaw Brothers , 1917. reprint. VERY GOOD. HATFIELD BOOKS AND MEMORABILIA, a FIVE STAR SELLER, presents A HISTORY OF ART by CHARLES GOODYEAR. This is the first and only reprint published by Laidlaw. At the same time, A S Barnes, the book's long time publisher, came out with this same "newly revised and enlarged" 23rd edition, "with new illustrations." This was the last year the book was published. 6 1/8" x 9 3/8", 394 page hard cover with numerous black and white photos and illustrations, with no dust jacket. Overall book is VERY GOOD. Pages = Very Good: Staining to first and last fep's, penciled owner's name and notes on reverse first cover and first fep, occasional notes in light pencil inside, else tight, , sharp, little tanning, very clear. Cover (black cloth boards with white designs and particulars) = Very Good: rubbing to all, yet tight, standout front particulars, square.


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Bookseller
Hatfield Books and Memorabilia US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
223
Title
A History of Art
Author
Charles Goodyear
Format/Binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity-available
1
Edition
reprint
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Laidlaw Brothers
Place of Publication
Chicago
Date Published
1917
Bookseller catalogs
Painting; drawings and prints; decorative arts; Sculpture;

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Hatfield Books and Memorabilia

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