F.W.Cheshire, 1964, Hardcover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, First Edition
400 g.; XII, 128 pp, acknowledgements, introduction by author, select bibliography. Maroon coloured endpapers. Throughout the text there are black and white photographs and illustrations. Illustrated boards, showing iron lace work, with silver titles on the back strip. The corners of book are slightly rubbed and bumped as are the head and heel of the back strip. The front panel is slightly bowed. Slight rubbing to the corners of the book. Photographic dustwrapper, showing Banyule, Heidelberg, with white background and purple and black writing on the front panel and blue on spine. Corners of the dustwrapper are slightly rubbed. The panels are rubbed and slightly faded and there is the remains of a sticker on the front panel. The text was first written for the newspaper 'The Age' in Melbourne, and deals with selected buildings from Victoria's pioneering past and how they came to be. Size: 4to 9�" - 12" tall. Please refer to accompanying picture (s). Quantity Available: 1. Category: Architecture ; Local History -- Victoria; Inventory No: 0102092.