An Inquiry Into The Difference of Style Observable In Ancient Glass Paintings, Especially In England; With Hints On Glass Painting. Part I & Part II.
Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1847. First edition. Ex-library. Complete. Uniformly bound in blood red library bindings, with gilt stamped title to spines. Part I is text volume, and Part II contains all 75 of the plates (many of which are hand coloured). Part I: xiii, 384 pp. Part II: 24, [75 plates] pp.
Condition: The bindings are in a very nice clean condition. A touch of handling to the boards only. Internally clean there are reference library stamps and identifiers to the pastedowns and FFEPs on both volumes. Small stamp also on each title page, and on the verso of several of the plates in Part II. Foxing spots to both parts; the first two or three pages of both volumes have the most. Generally very clean and tidy throughout.