The City and Country Builder's and Workman's Treasury of Designs by Batty Langley (HC 1967)
Content Description: The City and Country Builder's and Workman's Treasury of Designs: Or the Art of Drawing and Working the Ornamental Parts of Architecture is an exact reprint of the 1760 classic. Book is divided into two parts. Chapter I: Of the manner of Proportioning the Five orders of Columns in Architecture by Aliquot Parts and Chapter II: Of the Intercolumnation or proper Distance that the Columns of every Order are to be placed at, in the forming of designs, for frontispieces, Doors, Windows, etc.
Condition Description: Book is in good condition. A former library book with the usual library markings. Book has FML on the top, side, and bottom of closed pages. Library stamp on title page and may be on other pages in book. No creases or tears, no highlighting or underlining, and no writing in margins. Black mark on front cover barely visible. Library card pocket on inside back cover.
Publisher: Benjamin Blom, Inc. New York
Number of Pages: Approximately 222; pages not numbered.
Dimensions: 8" x 10 1/4" x 1"
Country of Manufacture: USA