British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book
British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book British Heraldic Art 1916 Burlington Art Club illustrated plate book
$ 75.00

(Old Books, Early 20th Century Books, Plate Books, Visual Arts, British History, Heraldry, Coats of Arms).

Burlington Fine Arts Club: Catalogue of a Collection of Objects of British Heraldic Art to the End of the Tudor Period.
Published 1916, London for the Burlington Fine Arts Club. Chiswick Press.
136 pages. Text in English. Illustrated with 26 full page b&w halftone plates at rear.

Publisher's cloth binding, gilt title lettering, deckled edges, t.e.g., finely printed photographic plates.

Book is physically old and shows some signs of handling and time. Book is not new or in "new" condition.

Binding age worn, spine uniformly sun faded with (inexplicable) hole to cloth at head of spine above title (affects slightly gilt lettering), joints slightly scuffed, remains overall attractive as an object.

Text block paper is gently toned, internally still clean, well preserved, tight, sound.

Still attractive on the shelf. Book displays a pleasing and unique age patina and is in nice antiquarian condition, any age flaws easy to overlook or forgive. 

Please review photos for more detail showing how this antique book survives. The asking price reflects the condition based on our examination and 35+ years full time exposure to antiquarian books. Flaws seen and described have been taken into account.

Book Measures c. 13" H x 10 1/2" W.

[B3943].