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1 Watson, Francis; Palardy, Jean; Summerson, John; Shackleton, P.; Minhinnick, J.; Adamson, Anthony; Norwich, John; Clayton, Michael; et al Canadian Antiques Collector Magazine, January/February 1974, Vol. 9 No. 1
Toronto The Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society 1974 First Edition Paperback Good 
80 pages. Features: The Great Tradition - Furniture in France, Louis XiV -- Louis XVII; Furniture in France, Louis XIV -- Louis XVIII; Early Furniture of Canada - The French Influence 1660-1760; Adam and the Adam Style - The Elegant in England; Early Furniture of Canada - The English and American Influence 1760-1840; Architecture in Early Canada - The French Influence; Sir John Soane and His World - The Architect in Regency England; Architecture in British Canada - The Georgian Influence 1745-1845; Preserving Our Cultural Heritage; Silversmiths of the Georgian Era - Precious Metals in the United Kingdom; Early Canadian Silver - The French and English Influence; Faience and Porcelain - French Ceramics Louis XIII - Louis XVIII; Ceramics in England - Pottery and Porcelain in the Georgian Era; The Ceramic Trade in Canada - Imports and Local Potters; Early Canadian Painting Contrasts - European Tradition and Pioneer Vernacular; and more. Moderate external wear. Contents clean and unmarked. Small clipping from top edge of back cover. A quality copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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2 MacRae, Marion; Adamson, Anthony Hallowed Walls: Church Architecture of Upper Canada
Canada Clark, Irwin & Company Limited 1975 First Edition Hardcover Fair Fair 
304 pages. Index. Glossary. "... Traces the ecclesiastical architecture of early Ontario from the prehistoric Amerindians' Serpent Mound at Rice Lake to the Confederation era. Longhouse, synagogue, meeting-house, cathedral, little country church, Miss MacRae describes them all, outlining the circumstances under which they were built, the architectural features, and the changes which were made to 'update' the buildings and bring them into line with current fashion." - from dust jacket. Usual library markings. Above-average wear. Binding sound. Worthy reference copy. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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3 Adamson, Anthony The gaiety of gables: Ontario's architectural folk art
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1974 0771000588 / 9780771000584 First Edition Hardcover Fine Good 
0771000588 Unpaginated. "The story of Ontario's Barge Boards, also called Verge Boards and by the unversed, Gingerbread. A treasury of a fascinating aspect in our rich architectural heritage. Combines the best of scholarship, photography and delightful popular appeal to provide one of the most original books ever produced on a subject that is truly one of Canada's indigenous art forms." - from dust jacket and title page. Book clean, bright and unmarked with minimal wear. Modest wear to illustrated dust jacket. An indispensable work for those interested in Ontario's rural architectural heritage. 
Price: 99.95 USD
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