Amsterdam et Venise
Paris: Plon et Cie, 1877. 2nd edition. In half leather with marbled boards. Gilt-stamped title to spine. Comparing the 'Venice of the North' with the real one! With seven etchings by MM. Léopold Flameng and Gaucherel (protected by tissue guards), and 124 wood engravings. 636 pages. 290 x 210 mm (11½ x 8¼ inches). Henry Havard was a French art historian who specialised in Dutch art, and wrote extensively about Delft pottery - other works include L'art et les artistes hollandais (1879-1881) and Histoire et philosophie des styles (1899).
Condition: Boards are a little rubbed / worn, and edges bumped. Internally there is some light foxing.