Architectural wrought-iron, ancient and modern. by William Winthrop Kent

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StatementA compilation of examples from various sources, of German, Swiss, Italian, French, English and American ironwork from mediaeval times down to the present day. By William Winthrop Kent ...
LC ClassificationsNA3950 .K4
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Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
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Open LibraryOL6538363M
LC Control Number11033614

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Architectural Wrought Iron Ancient and Modern. A Compilation of Examples from Various Sources, of German, Swiss, Italian, French, English and American Ironwork from Medieval Times Down to the Present Day Hardcover – January 1, Author: William Winthrop Kent.

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