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Specimens of the architecture of Normandy from the XIth to the XVIth century. Measured and drawn by Augustus Pugin, architect ; engraved by John and Henry Le Keux. With historical and descriptive notices by John Britton, F.S.A.

Augustus Charles Pugin

RA Collection: Book

Record number

14/1318

Author

Edition

New edition, edited by Richard Phené Spiers, A.R.I.B.A., Master of the Architectural School of the Royal Academy; Travelling Student, etc.

Imprint

London :: Blackie & Son,, 1874.

Physical Description

xvi, 88 p., engr. frontis., [78] pl. ; 33 cm. (4°).

General Note

The first edition of this work was published by John Britton in parts between 1825 and 1828 under the title Historical and descriptive essays accompanying a series of engraved specimens of the architectural antiquities of Normandy. (BAL 420).

Binding Note

19th-century publisher's green blind-stamped diaper-grain cloth, title blocked in gilt on upper cover: 'PUGIN & LE KEUX'S ARCHITECTURE OF NORMANDY' and spine: 'PUGIN'S NORMANDY'

Contributors

Richard Phené Spiers, editor
John Britton, editor
Augustus Charles Pugin, draughtsman
John Le Keux, engraver
Henry Le Keux, engraver