Color Diagram of the Principal High Buildings of the Old World

By: Artist Unknown

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Book Condition: Very Good


This fascinating color illustration groups 78 of the old world's tallest structures ranging from the Porcelain Tower in Nankin, China to the second pyramid at Gheezeh. The highest structure included is the Washington Monument at 555 feet. Red tint indicates brick, pink indicates granite, purple indicates bronze, etc. Outer dimensions: 10.75" x 14.5". Light wear and soiling. Small chips from lower left corner. Provides a vivid contrast to today's much taller structures.

Title: Color Diagram of the Principal High Buildings of the Old World

Author Name: Artist Unknown

Categories: History, Architecture,

Edition: First Edition Thus

Publisher: Rochester, NY, W.H. Stewart: 1889

Binding: Loose Leaf

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 739H2710

Keywords: Color Diagram of the Principal High Buildings of the Old World Architecture History,