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The Seven Lamps of Architecture

by Ruskin, John

Condition: Good


New York: John B. Alden. Good. 1885. Hardcover. Hardcover, no dustjacket, illustrated, top edge gilt, the blue cloth cover is scuffed, edge-wear at the corner-tips and spine-ends, the spine coloring has darkened and the front and rear hinges are tender, the binding is holding and the contents are fine .


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