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"In this classic of English architectural history, John Summerson provides a perceptive and highly readable account of a major building period in the history of London. Encompassing the architecture of the capital from the Great Fire of 1666 through the city's early nineteenth-century expansion, the book remains an indispensable guide to the genesis and development of Georgian London."
Bindings firm with opening after frontispiece. Text clean, light even toning. Handling wear with hand-soling to the boards. Four previous owner marks on endpages. Some maps have [nice/careful] hand-coloring with pencil notes. 315 pages with index; Illustrated.