3. Children's Books (before 1900 Abbey Antiquarian Books My Account  Cart Contents  Checkout SecurityMetrics for PCI Compliance, QSA, IDS, Penetration Testing, Forensics, and Vulnerability Assessment   
  Top » Home » 3. Children's Books (before 1900 » P6656 Cart Contents  |  Checkout   
Catalogues
1. Antiquarian (before 1700) (165)
2. Antiquarian (1700-1900) (521)
3. Children's Books (before 1900 (446)
4. Children's Books (after 1900) (568)
5. Pop-ups and Movables (405)
6. Paper Dolls (31)
7. Bewick and Woodengraving (97)
8. Fable and Emblem Books (50)
9. Art and Collecting (154)
10. Biography (62)
11. Classics (Greek/Latin) (23)
12. Cookery (16)
13. Crime Fiction (46)
14. English Topography (26)
15. Fiction (221)
16. History (186)
17. Medical (24)
18. Military (21)
19. Natural History (73)
20. Poetry (51)
21. Religion (36)
22. Royalty (42)
23. Science and Technology (17)
24. Sport (81)
25. Travel (44)
26. Foreign Language Books (50)
View All Books listed in alphabetical order
To buy this book, click Add to Cart: you can cancel by removing the book from your cart later.

THE BOOK OF TRADES or Circle of the Useful Arts 183
[P6656]

£65.00

Author: Griffin, Richard
Title: THE BOOK OF TRADES or Circle of the Useful Arts. Illustrated by engravings and woodcuts. Fifth edition.
PlacePub: Glasgow
Publisher: Richard Griffin & Co., and Thomas Tegg London.
Date: 1837
Illustrations: Copperplate frontispiece of sign-painter, extra copperplate titlepage with cameo of Mattrass Maker + 20 plates of different trades, engraved & some also drawn by John Miller + numerous text illlustrations.

Small octavo brown cloth (tips worn, neatly rebacked with original spine laid on) [xii] +388pp some foxing and marginal light marks of former damp. Nice inscription on free endpaper: "Presented to Master John Sage as a trifling reward for application & industry. Frome=field Midds 1841". *Detailed description of various trades published in the year Queen Victoria ascended the throne. The Bookseller, etc.). The last engraving, "The Bill Sticker," shows a tradesman on a ladder posting bills, including one advertising this book, and another for Griffin's Bazaar Glasgow.

To ask for more information about this book, click Continue: Continue
To buy it, click Add to Cart: you can cancel by removing the book from your cart later.
Shopping Cart
0 items
Currency
What's New?
Raspe - BARON MUNCHAUSEN translated into Dutch & illustrated 1843
Raspe - BARON MUNCHAUSEN translated into Dutch & illustrated 1843
£30.00
Quick Find

Catalogue:

Author:


Use keywords to find the book you are looking for.
Advanced Search
Authors
Information
About Us
Conditions of Sale
Privacy Notice
Contact Us
Sitemap
Links
Your IP Address is: 3.227.208.153

SecurityMetrics for PCI Compliance, QSA, IDS, Penetration Testing, Forensics, and Vulnerability Assessment
Copyright © 2019 Abbey Antiquarian Books
Powered by osCommerce