I have been cleaning again – came up with a few duplicates.
The first one is not a furniture book, but a study of sources for decoration in the 16th & 17th centuries in England. Anthony Wells-Cole, Art and Decoration in Elizabethan and Jacobean England (Yale University Press, 1997) Great condition, hardcover. $65.
Here’s some inside:
Next ones are either all or mostly furniture.
First of this batch is American Furniture 1998 – The Chipstone journal, edited by Luke Beckerdite. This one has articles by me and Trent on 17th-century chairs. $40. SOLD
This one is a used copy, somewhat worn but still intact & all there. Brian Cullity, A Cubberd, a joyne stool & other small things: Material Culture of Plymouth Colony. An exhibition catalog from 1994 in Heritage Plantation in Sandwich Mass. Better condition these start around $60 on the web. This one’s $45. SOLD
Here’s an inside view:
Here’s the best furniture book in this lot: This one’s in great shape, un-used. Robert Blair St. George, The Wrought Covenant: Source Material for the Study of Craftsmen and Community in Southeastern New England, 1620-1700. A must-have for anyone interested in 17th-c furniture of New England. $150. SOLD
The prices include shipping in the US. Elsewhere, shipping’s extra, on you. I’ll be in the shop today, so away from my desk, so send a comment here, and/or an email – first come, etc. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org