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Illustrated with 56 plates and ten other "figures", this landmark book by the well-known specialist at the Victoria and Albert (and first woman to be a Keeper), was the first attempt to assess English ivories.As she explains, the word "ivory" here covers more than elephant tusk, particularly whale bone and walrus tusk. Brown boards with gilt. Very slight staining. Dust jacket torn and sunburned, but hanging in there.Slight foxing. This volume will require extra shipping and insurance fees, and, to our regret, is NOT available for international shipping due to exorbitant shipping costs. Bookseller Inventory # 000184
Title: English Ivories
Publisher: G. Putnam's Sons, Ltd., London
Publication Date: 1926
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
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