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THE RULES OF WORK OF THE CARPENTERS' COMPANY of the City and County of Philadelphia 1786. With the Original Copper Plate Illustrations. Annotated, with an Introduction, by Charles E. Peterson...
Princeton, NJ: The Pyne Press, 1971.
Facsimile reprint, with notes and a new introduction, of the original Philadelphia, 1786, edition. Blue cloth. Fine copy. Price-clipped jacket is rubbed, spine lightly tanned; short edge tears, about VG. "the first illustrated work on architecture produced by and for Americans."
$19.00                          Book Number: 10115                          Order / Enquire

Montreal: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1995.
Folio, red silk binding. pp (557), (3). Colour and b&w reproductions. Fine in fine jacket. A massive exhibition catalogue. Note: 3.5 kg parcel, extra shipping will be required.
$150.00                          Book Number: 31050                          Order / Enquire

The Work of Cram and Ferguson Architects, including work by Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson. With an introduction by Charles D. Maginnis.
New York: The Pencil Points Press, 1929.
Folio, 36 cm. Red and maroon cloth. 13 pp text + 344 b&w plates (one folding) + 3 p index to the plates + colour frontispiece; one colour plate in text. Ends of light sunned spine are frayed. with gilt spine lettering dulled; moderate wear to outer corners; frontispiece of The Chapel, Princeton University, has diagonal creases; mild spotting, light rubbing, to covers; else a VG copy, text clean, tight and unworn. Plates of their church buildings (mostly gothic, some Georgian), school and university buildings and libraries, furniture and details, and a few residences. The United States Military Academy at West Point and Rice University were two of their notable projects. Note: 4 kg parcel, extra shipping will be required.
$195.00                          Book Number: 35072                          Order / Enquire

Toronto: BCE Development Corporation, 1988.
Large squarish octavo, white copy. pp 48. Illustrated with b&w photos, plans, illustrations (some in colour). Fine in fine jacket, with a printed invitation to the opening. BCE Place is a fantastic architectural achievement in the heart of downtown Toronto. It encompases a full city block, 5 acres, and incorporates 13 Victorian commercial buildings into the structure. The atrium and the stained glass rotunda of the Bank of Montreal are breath-taking. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$25.00                          Book Number: 45065                          Order / Enquire

Toronto: Matsui, Baer, Vanstone Architects, no date (1975), 1975.
Orange card cover with plastic cerlox binding. pp 102. Photos, plans. Architectural assessment and developement ideas for the central waterfront area of downtown Toronto. No. 3 in a series. Fine.
$18.95                          Book Number: 45559                          Order / Enquire

Oshawa, ON: The Pedlar People of Oshawa, 1910.
Oblong quarto, embossed card covers, pp 67. Illustrated. Spine tears neatly repaired; 18 x 10 cm portion clipped from bottom of pp 47-48; a few small pencil and ink annotations; printed label at front dated Aug., 1910, indicating that this catalogue superseded all previous zinc work catalogues; VG otherwise. In its day the Pedlar plant in Oshawa was the largest factory in the British Empire dedicated exclusively to sheet metal building materials. A rare Canadian trade catalogue.
$75.00                          Book Number: 45795                          Order / Enquire

ANGUS, Margaret
THE OLD STONES OF KINGSTON. Its Buildings Before 1867.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1974.
3rd printing (lst was 1966). Yellow cloth. viii, 120 pp. Photos in text. Fine in VG price-clipped jacket. Architectural history of early buildings in the historic city of Kingston, Ontario.
$15.00                          Book Number: 2613                          Order / Enquire

FROM FRONT STREET TO QUEEN'S PARK. The story of Ontario's Parliament Buildings. With a chapter on the "Ontario collection" by Fern Bayer
Toronto: McCelland and Stewart, 1979.
Reddish cloth. 14 pp colour plates, (15)-160, with b&w illustrations. Index. Fine copy. Jacket has creased tears, nicks, good. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$16.95                          Book Number: 45050                          Order / Enquire

ARTHUR, Eric and Thomas Ritchie)
IRON. Cast and Wrought Iron in Canada from the Seventeenth Century to the Present.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982.
Black cloth. xiv, 242 pp, index, 250 illustrations in text. Front free endpaper has a bookplate and a small bookstore label, else fine in fine jacket. "An introduction to iron: its preparation, forming, application, and decorative properties and uses." - jacket. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$25.00                          Book Number: 22325                          Order / Enquire

Barrett, Anthony A.
Francis Rattenbury and British Columbia: Architecture and Challenge in the Imperial Age
Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1983.
Blue boards. (xiv), 391 pp, indexed, numerous photos and reproductions in text. Fine copy. Dust jacket has soft ripples to front panel, else fine. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required.
$19.95                          Book Number: 23542                          Order / Enquire

BELL, Charles, Sir
THE ANATOMY AND PHILOSOPHY OF EXPRESSION as connected with the fine arts
London: Henry G. Bohn, 1865.
"Fifth edition". Quarto, original red cloth stamped in blind and gilt, black endpapers. pp viii, 275 + 4 engraved plates at rear. Many vignette engravings in text. Pages (231)-68 contain an addendix "On the Nervous System" by Alexander Shaw. Contains the posthumous Preface to the Third Edition. Spine ends a bit frayed, wear along bottom fore margins of lower edges of covers; short cloth splits to joints neatly repaired, only minor light scattered foxing in text, nice bookplate inside front cover; else a VG clean, tight and unworn copy, text quite clean, hinges not cracked. Sir Charles Bell (1774-1842) was a Scottish surgeon, anatomist, neurologist and philosophical theologian. The present work, one of many from Sir Charles, was first published in 1806 as Essays on The Anatomy of Expression in Painting. Bell's studies on emotional expression, flawed though they were, played a catalytic role in the development of Darwin's considerations of the origins of human emotional life; and Darwin very much agreed with Bell's emphasis on the expressive role of the muscles of respiration. Darwin detailed these opinions in his The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (1872), Note: heavier parcel, extra shipping will be required.
$95.00                          Book Number: 38523                          Order / Enquire

BELLEROCHE, William de (Frank Brangwyn)
London: Chapman & Hall, 1944.
The limited issue, #67 of 500 copies on hand made paper. Tall octavo, cream bevel edge cloth with cover and spine label, fore edges untrimmed. pp (xx), 181 + black & white plates; line drawings in text. Light foxing to endpapers; spine faintly spotted and darkened, with mild wear to the label; else a VG clean and tight jacketless copy. Laid in is a 1960 TNS from de Belleroche. The pen & ink drawings in the text are reproduced from Brangwyn letters to the author and are here published for the first time. Note : 1.5 kg parcel, please enquire for shipping rate.
$50.00                          Book Number: 33377                          Order / Enquire

BOND, Francis
London: Henry Frowde / Oxford University Press, 1908.
Octavo. Blue cloth lettered in white. pp xii, 192. 152 photos and drawings in text. Spine lightly darkened; endpapers foxed; ink owner name on front free endpaper; else a VG unworn copy. A detailed history of the evolution of the Rood and Rood screen.
$45.00                          Book Number: 26796                          Order / Enquire

`GREUZE: The rise and fall of an eighteenth-century phenomenon
London: Elek, 1972.
Small quarto, yellow boards. Reproductions in black & white. Tidy ink owner name (date on other side) at top of front free endpaper, small bruises to outer corners of covers, VG clean, tight and unworn copy otherwise. Dust jacket has a clip to both corners of front flap; small tears and rubbing at foot of spine; sticker shadow at lower spine; VG otherwise. An account of this once very popular French painter. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.
$40.00                          Book Number: 34880                          Order / Enquire

BRUNNER, (A.W., compiler and editor)
COTTAGES or Hints on Economical Building. Containing Twenty-Four Plates of Medium and Low Cost Houses, Contribued by Different New York Architects, Together with Descriptive Letterpress, Giving Practical Suggestions for Cottage Building...
NY: William T. Comstock, 1884,
Original dark green cloth lettered and decorated in gilt. (56) pp text + frontispiece and 23 plates + [2], 57-77 pp ads (including rear endpapers). Mild wear to spine tips and outer corners, light rubbing to edges of covers, text paper a little toned; light foxing and ink name on front endpapers; else a VG clean and tight copy. The title page continues "To Which is Added a Chapter on the Water Supply, Drainage, Sewerage, Heating and Ventilation, and Other Sanitary Questions Relating to Country Houses by Wm. Paul Gerhard, C.E. The New York architects contributing designs were William A. Bates, Charles I. Berg, the author, James D. Hunter, Jr., Rossiter & Wright, Thomas Tryon, William B. Tuthill, Frank F. Ward, and Frederick B. White.
$125.00                          Book Number: 23170                          Order / Enquire

BYERS, Mary and Margaret McBurney
THE GOVERNOR'S ROAD. Early Buildings and Families from Mississauga to London.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1983.
Second printing. Yellow cloth, black endpapers. pp (xiv],319, [3]. Numerous photos in text. Fine in fine jacket.
$17.95                          Book Number: 16456                          Order / Enquire

BYERS, Mary and Margaret McBurney
THE GOVERNOR'S ROAD. Early Buildings and Families from Mississauga to London. Photographs by Hugh Robertson.
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982.
Yellow cloth, black endpapers. (14], 319 pp. Maps and photos in text. ISBN 0802024831. Small name label to front free endpaper, else fine. Dust jacket has a small tear to rear panel, else fine. Signed by both authors on the title page.
$19.95                          Book Number: 19423                          Order / Enquire

NOT BY EASTERN WINDOWS ONLY. Messages from Modern Prophets
Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1929.
Octavo. Blue cloth gilt lettered, blue on yellow pictorial endpapers. (xii), (244) pp. Inscribed by TM at on title page "endpapers - Thoreau MacDonald". Spine and inner margins of covers sunned, two word rubber stamp on front free endpaper, VG jacketless copy otherwise. A collection of sermons on literature and religion by the minister of Yorkminster Church, Toronto. Edison C24.
$20.00                          Book Number: 31171                          Order / Enquire

CARAFFE, Marc de, and others
TOWN HALLS OF CANADA: A Collection of Essays on Pre-1930 Town Hall Buildings
Ottawa: Environment Canada - Parks, 1987.
Orange card covers, illustrated, appendix, bibliography. Light cover rubbing, else a VG uncreased copy, no owner names.
$20.00                          Book Number: 29371                          Order / Enquire

CARPENTER, Edmund, Frederick Varley, Robert Flaherty
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1959.
Black cloth, square quarto. Well illustrated with colour and black & white reproductions of Varley drawings and some of Flaherty's carvings. Ink name at front, covers just a mite bowed, VG+ otherwise. White dust jacket has a 3 inch tear to front panel, shorter tears, small chips, elsewhere; light soiling; just good.. Issued as Explorations #9 (the last of the first series), Marshall McLuhan's media journal, though McLuhan himself made no contributions to the volume. The three pieces were independently written. Carpenter contends that the primary spacial model of the Eskimo / Inuit is acoustical rather than visual. Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra shipping will be required.
$35.00                          Book Number: 31767                          Order / Enquire

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