A good, clean copy of The Connoisseur ~ Vol. 167 ~ No. 673, published in March 1968. Contents include scholarly articles on "Chateau d'Hautefort", by Georges S. Salmann ~ "Francis William Wilkin c. 1791 - 1842", by Sir Gyles Isham, Bart. ~ "The Story of Castle Hedingham Pottery - Part II", by R.J. Bradley ~ "Trompe l'oeil at Buscot Park", by Denis Thomas ~ "George Chinnery's Image of Himself - Part II", by Richard Ormond ~ "John Ruskin's Tour to the Lake District in 1837", by James S. Dearden ~ "Problems and Solutions : 8", by John Fitzmaurice Mills, and, "Anthony Gordon Elson - Creator of Contemporary British Silver" ~ THE AMERICAN CONNOISSEUR ~ "Thomas Affleck - A London Cabinet-Maker in Colonial Philadelphia", by Marion S. Carson ~ "Nineteenth-Century American Presentation Silver", by Katharine Morrison McClinton, and, "A Most Important Book - American Furniture - The Federal Period", by Joseph T. Butler, plus regular monthly features. Soft covers.
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