Item #297125 [ARCHITECTURE] [WITH ALS] THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE. John Ruskin.
[ARCHITECTURE] [WITH ALS] THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.
[ARCHITECTURE] [WITH ALS] THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.
[ARCHITECTURE] [WITH ALS] THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.
[ARCHITECTURE] [WITH ALS] THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.

[ARCHITECTURE] [WITH ALS] THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE.

Sunnyside, Orpington, Kent: George Allen, 1883.

Fourth Edition. Signed. Quarto; in blue vellum boards, with beveled edges, and all edges gilt; with raised bands and title lettered in gilt; boards ruled in blind; there is moderate wear to the binding;; marbled endpapers;~~This copy with a tipped in ALS from Ruskin on the first blank leaf dated “Morley’s Hotel Trafalgar Sq. “ London W. } 27th Oct. 1887 | With Mr. Ruskin’s Compliments | He has some hopes of | wanting the nice piano again” | The receipted acct. to above | address, please”.~BELOW IN ANOTHER HAND: “The above letter is in Mr. Ruskin’s own | handwriting and refers to the hiring of a | piano for use during his stay at the Paris | Hotel, Folkestone in October 1887”. ~~Underneath is a newspaper clipping of a letter from Ruskin in which he disparages Folkestone, dated “Folkestone, 30th Sept., 1887.”~~This edition with Ruskin’s illustrations.

Item #297125

Price: $750.00

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