By Jacob Larwood and John Camden Hotten
London   John Camden Hotten
7.5" by 5" x, 536pp
The 'first general inquiry into the subject' of signposts aside from previous short articles. With an extraordinary number of examples' with one hundred facsimile illustrations by Jacob Larwood.
By Jacob Larwood and John Camden Hotten

1866 The History Of Signposts From the Earliest of Times to the Present Day

London   John Camden Hotten
7.5" by 5" x, 536pp
The 'first general inquiry into the subject' of signposts aside from previous short articles. With an extraordinary number of examples' with one hundred facsimile illustrations by Jacob Larwood.
£49.99
: 1kgs / : LTH7-D-3

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Leather Binding

Third edition. With chapters incorporating subjects from 'heraldic and emblematic signs to 'humorous and comic'. John Camden Hotten was an English bibliophile and publisher.

Condition

In a half calf binding with marbled paper covered boards. Externally, generally sound but with bumping and wear to extremities and some marks to boards. With slight splits to joint at head of spine but firm. Front hinge tender. Internally, generally firmly bound but with frontispiece and some plates detached. Generally bright and clean throughout but with odd spot to first few pages as usual.

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