Catalog Record: A Guide to the mediaeval room and to the specimens of mediaeval and later times in the gold ornament room | Hathi Trust Digital Library


A Guide to the mediaeval room and to the specimens of mediaeval and later times in the gold ornament room; with fourteen plates and a hundred and ninety-four illustrations.

Corporate Author: British Museum.
Related Names: Read, Charles Hercules Sir 1857-1929., Dalton, O. M. 1866-1945.
Language(s): English
Published: [London] Printed by order of the Trustees, 1907.
Subjects: Art, Medieval.
Art objects > England > London > Catalogs.
Note: "This guide has been written under my direction by Mr. O.M. Dalton, the senior assistant in the Department"--Pref., signed: Charled H. Read, keeper, Department of British and mediaeval antiquities and ethnography.
Physical Description: xiv, 276 p. illus., xiv pl. (incl. front., port.) 22 cm.
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