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Book Description Waanders ; Paperback. Condition: Very Good. A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name. The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Less. Seller Inventory # G9040098786I4N00
Book Description Waanders Publishers, The Netherlands, 1996. Trade Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st Paperback Edition. Large paperback, an architectural study, "The first stone of the old Town Hall of Amsterdam - now the Royal Palace - was laid in October 1648," 96 pages, mild corner-crease to a few pages and some moderate rubbing to the cover, clean inside and out, contents are fine. Seller Inventory # 045519
Book Description Zwolle, Waanders, 1996. Softcover. Condition: Wie neu. Ohne Schutzumschlag. 1. Auflage. 96 pages with many illustrations, partly coloured. Seller Inventory # 2018-012245
Book Description Waanders Publishers, Zwolle, the Netherlands, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Paperback in very good condition. Previously owned by Giles Waterfield. Waterfield's bookplate on front inside cover. HCW. Used. Seller Inventory # 486295
Book Description Waanders ;, 1996. Condition: UsedAcceptable. book. Seller Inventory # M9040098786_4
Book Description Stichting Koninklijk Paleis te Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 1996. Pictorial Softcover. Condition: Fine. Not Given. "The first stone of the old Town Hall of Amsterdam-now the Royal Palace-was laid in October 1648. The Peace of Munster, signed eight months before, had brought an end to 80 years of war against Spain. Peace meant that the city authorities could focus their energies on the construction of the new town hall, a project which had been on the drawing board for many years. A commemorative tablet made of Lydian stone was laid by Gerbrant Pankras, Jacob de Ghraeff, Sybrant Valkenier and Pieter Schaap, the sons and nephews of Amsterdam's burgomasters. The tablet with its inscription can still be seen in the north wall of the Tribunal, one of the former courts of justice." This book has 96 pages and is profusely illustrated. Seller Inventory # 060396