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Ecclesiological Society (Butterfield, William)

Published by John Van Voorst, London (1847)

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From: Winged Monkey Books (Arlington, VA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: John Van Voorst, London, 1847. First Edition. Half leather Zaehsdorf binding over marbled boards, with marbled endpapers and edges, quite good with corners slightly bumped, slight rubbing to edges, slight scattered foxing to text and plates. With numerous engraved plates, most by William Butterfield, some folding. Seller Inventory # 021249

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BUTTERFIELD, W.-ECCLESIOLOGICAL SOCIETY).

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About this Item: 1847. (BUTTERFIELD, W.- ECCLESIOLOGICAL SOCIETY). INSTRUMENTA ECCLESIASTICA. London: John Van Voorst, (1847). 4to. Contemporary full-calf. (viii), 71 plates, each with accompanying text. First edition. Model designs for church furnishings and various other ecclesiastical accessories including desks, pulpits, crosses, lighting fixtures, tomb stones, gates, pews, stalls, chests, fonts, aumbreys, etc. Many were taken from mediaeval examples, but most are from old designs adapted for modern churches to reflect the impact of the Oxford Movement on church architecture and liturgical practices. They are predominately by the Society's favorite architect and official adviser, William Butterfield. First series only (a second series followed). Rebacked. Seller Inventory # 38520

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