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Shelfmark 11602d18
Held By BL
Country England
Period 19c
Cover Material Cloth, pebble grain
Decorative Technique Blocked in gold; Blocked in blind
Style Publishers binding
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Owner
Author Williamson, J., Mrs.
Title Hymns for The Household of Faith, and Lays of the better Land.
Place of Publication London
Date of Publication 1861
References
Notes The design is by J. Sutcliffe. London: Wertheim, Mackintosh, and Hunt, 24 Paternoster Row, and 23, Holles Street, Cavendish Square, 1861. London: Wertheim, Mackintosh, and Hunt, 24 Paternoster Row, and 23, Holles Street, Cavendish Square. 125x190x30mm. xxvii,419p. Brown endpapers and pastedowns. Green pebble-grain cloth. Both covers are blocked identically, in blind on the lower, in gold on the upper, with a design that is also printed as the half title page. Three fillets are blocked on the borders. The rest of the cover is blocked with a design of combined flowers, leaves, cornstalks. Winding around the design is a pennant which supports the plants. The title words: "/ Hymns/ for the/ Household of /Faith" are blocked in gold in gothic letters within the pennant. Signed "J. Sutcliffe, Leeds" in gold at the base of the design. The name is "woven" into the tendrils. The spine has two gold fillets blocked across the spine at the head and at the tail. The title: "/ Hymns/ for the/ Household/ of/ Faith/" is blocked in gold in gothic letters, together with two small blocks of plants and roots. Text copyright Edmund M B King.
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