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Title:The Glass Trade in England in the Seventeenth Century
Price:GBP£50.00 (about USD$64.00)
Item ID:TP01-56192
Quantity:1
Publisher:Privately printed by Stevens & Sons, London, 1914
Edition:First
Binding:Hardcover
Condition:Poor
Dust Jacket:No
Privately printed by Stevens & Sons, 1914, Hardcover, Book Condition: Poor, Dust Jacket Condition: No, First

A short essay by the author is followed by longer appendices including the glass-related items from the Rate Books of Charles I, Cromwell, Charles II and William & Mary; also a compendium of extracts from 'statutes, charters, newspapers, and state papers &c. of or relating to the seventeenth century'. Francis Buckley was a Barrister with an antiquarian's expert interest in the history of glass. This copy has been bound in burgundy cloth for a library (ex-libris plate removed from endpaper) and tipped in are two handwritten letters from Buckley to the Curator of St Helen's Public Library. There is a short tear in the cloth over the rear hinge at the bottom. Scarce. Size: Quarto. Category: Antiques & Collectibles; History.
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