Item #24107 The House: A Pocket Manual Of Rural Architecture: Or How To Build Country Houses and Out-Buildings; embracing the origin and meaning of the house; the art of house building, including planning, style and construction; designs and descriptions of cottages, etc. D. H. Jacques.
The House: A Pocket Manual Of Rural Architecture: Or How To Build Country Houses and Out-Buildings; embracing the origin and meaning of the house; the art of house building, including planning, style and construction; designs and descriptions of cottages, etc

The House: A Pocket Manual Of Rural Architecture: Or How To Build Country Houses and Out-Buildings; embracing the origin and meaning of the house; the art of house building, including planning, style and construction; designs and descriptions of cottages, etc

New York: Fowler And Wells, Publishers, 1859. First edition. Hardcover. 176, (xii) pages. 19 x 12.5 cm. 123 wood engravings. With numerous original plans designed by F.E, Graff et al. Contains a pot-pourri of designs: a log cabin, a hexagonal house, southern, western Italian, English, suburban, gothic, symmetrical and semi-southern cottages; a circular planned house, a southern villa in the Palladian style, an octagonal gothic villa and numerous other unconventional types. Index. List of publisher adverts at rear. Text and engravings generally clean, slight rubbing to backstrip head and foot. Free front endpaper with scribbles. HITCHCOCK 628. Orig. navy cloth embossed in blind and gilt, front cover and spine gilt lettering bright and fresh. Very good. Item #24107

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