Catalog Record: Notices of sculpture in ivory, consisting of a lecture on the history, methods, and chief productions of the art, delivered at the first annual general meeting of the Arundel society, on the 29th June, 1855 | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Notices of sculpture in ivory, consisting of a lecture on the history, methods, and chief productions of the art, delivered at the first annual general meeting of the Arundel society, on the 29th June, 1855, by M. Digby Wyatt ... and A catalogue of specimens of ancient ivory-carvings in various collections, (casts of which are sold by the society in classes exemplifying the principal schools and periods) by Edmund Oldfield ... With nine photographic illustrations, by J. A. Spencer.

Main Author: Wyatt, M. Digby Sir, 1820-1877.
Other Authors: Spencer, J. A., , Oldfield, Edmund, 1817-1855.
Language(s): English
Published: London, The Arundel society, 1856.
Subjects: Ivories.
Note: "List of books containing engravings or descriptions of ivory-carvings included in the catalogue": p. 29-30.
p. 1-24 of the seventh annual publication of the Arundel society.
Physical Description: 3 p.l., 54 p. front., illus., 7 pl. 29 cm.
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