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NICHOLSON, PETER. - The Student's Instructor in Drawing and Working the Five Orders of Architecture. Fifth edition, considerably augmented and improved.

London, for J. Taylor 1823. Octavo (original?) sheep (neatly rebacked, corners worn); viii,,39pp and 41 engraved plates. Some spotting or browning but quite a good copy. ¶ Like all of Nicholson's books this was useful and successful; first published in 1795 with six or seven editions over the next 50 years. It remained essentially unchanged after the third edition of 1810 and formed a centrepiece of a builder's or provincial architect's library - particularly in such far-flung places as Ireland and the colonies. John Verge owned a copy of this edition - it is just about the only book known to survive from his library. There was at least one American edition in the thirties. At the end are three designs for doorcases.
AUD 400.00 [Appr.: EURO 250.5 US$ 284.04 | £UK 214 | JP¥ 31609] Book number 7888

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