By David Cecil
London   Cardinal
9.5" by 7.5" 320pp.
A finely rebound copy of this profusely illustrated work regarding the Hatfield family and their manor.
By David Cecil

1975 The Cecils of Hatfield House A Portrait of an English Ruling Family

London   Cardinal
9.5" by 7.5" 320pp.
A finely rebound copy of this profusely illustrated work regarding the Hatfield family and their manor.
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: 0.75kgs / : 733K29

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Description

Decorative Binding, Fine Binding, Illustrated

Profusely illustrated throughout with many full page colour photographs, illustrating the house and the family of Hatfield House. Hatfield House was built in 1611 next to the old Palace of Hatfield by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury. The Jacobean House remains to the day in the Cecil family, now home of the 7th Marquess and Marchioness of Salisbury. This fascinating and copiously illustrated work offers an in depth look at The Cecil family and their home. An exceptional copy of an insightful work of British history and architecture.

Condition

Rebound in a full straight grain morocco binding with blind stamp detail. Externally in excellent condition with a minor light mark to the front boards. Internally firmly bound. Pages bright and clean with just marginal age toning and the very occasional spot.

Near Fine

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