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The furniture designs of Thomas Sheraton, arranged by J. Munro Bell, with an introduction and critical estimate by Arthur Hayden.

Main Author: Sheraton, Thomas, 1751-1806.
Related Names: Hayden, Arthur 1868-1946., Bell, J. Munro.
Published: London, Gibbings and Co., Ltd. 1910.
Subjects: Sheraton, Thomas, > 1751-1806.
Furniture > England.
Note: Contains re-issue with reproductions of original title-pages: [a] The cabinet-maker and upholsterer's drawing-book. In four parts. By Thomas Sheraton. 3d ed. rev., and the whole embellished with 122...copper-plates. London, Printed by T. Bensley for W. Baynes; [etc., etc.] 1802. [b] Designs for household furniture, exhibiting a variety of elegant and useful patterns in the cabinet, chair, and upholstery branches on eighty-four plates. By the late Thomas Sheraton. London, J. Taylor, 1812.
Pages 1-57, 63-128 consist of full-page illustrations.
Physical Description: xxvi, 128 p. illus. 32 cm.
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