2 edition of Recent English ecclesiastical architecture found in the catalog.
Recent English ecclesiastical architecture
Nicholson, Charles Archibald Sir bart.
|Other titles||English ecclesiastical architecture.|
|Statement||with prefatory articles by Sir Charles Nicholson ... and Charles Spooner ...|
|Contributions||Spooner, Charles Sydney, 1862-1938, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||NA5467 .N5 1911|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||13018110|
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A copy of The Second Edition of “Recent English Ecclesiastical Architecture” by Sir Charles Nicholson and Charles Spooner, published by Technical Journals Ltd, date is unknown. Book Recent English ecclesiastical architecture book architectural profiles of churches and buildings and contains illustrations and photographic plates throughout.
About this Item: Technical Journals Ltd. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Recent English Ecclesiastical Architecture by Sir Charles Nicholson and Charles Spooner Published by Technical Journals Ltd Printed by Smiths Printing, Hardback,has fading to covers and marking to covers with slight tearing to head & tail of spine and to edges of covers, All pages appear present, Pages are starting to yellow.
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