Originally published in 1927 by The Medici Society, "Iron and Brass Implements of the English House", by J. Seymour Lindsay, F.S.A., was the first book written in English about those domestic implements which once formed so important a part of the household equipment and are now treasured for their decorative value. This revised and enlarged edition was published in 1970 by Alec Tiranti of London as No. 39 of their Chapters in Art series. Erudite and informative academic text, profusely illustrated with black and white line drawings. Hard covers, large format, 88 pages, original dust jacket.
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