Lafever, The Young Builder’s General Instructor; Containing the Five Orders of Architecture, Selected From the Best Specimens of the Greek and Roman, with the Figured Dimensions of Their Height, Projection, and Profile, and a Variety of Mouldings, and Fancy Plasters, Square and Circle Head Front Doors, with Their Ground Plans, Folding-Doors, Box Window Frames and Shutters, Roofs, Domes, Ground Arches, Niches, Stairs, and Various Other Geometrical Problems, Directly Useful to Young Workmen: Town-Houses, Churches, Court-Houses, Gentlemen’s Country Seats, and the Farmer’s Cottage, &c. &c. The Whole Exemplified on Sixty-Six Elegant Copper-Plate Engravings., Newark: W. Tuttle & Co., 1829. Original full-leather binding.
Very good condition, minor to moderate foxing/toning, partial split to front gutter, wear to binding. NOTE: All condition reports are based on general observations only, and are not meant to serve as a detailed analysis of condition. Please contact the department with your specific condition questions.
11" x 9".
Deaccessioned by the Valentine Museum, Richmond, VA to benefit collections care, preservation and future acquisitions.