(Early Archaeology) 1 Vol. Cockerell, C. R. The Temples of Jupiter Panhellenius at Argonauts, and of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae near Phigaleia in Arcadia. To which is added a memoir of the systems of proportion employed in the original designs of these structures by William Watkins Lloyd. London: John Weale, 1860. Folio, 19th century three-quarters morocco and cloth, all edges gilt; spine defective, covers detached. With 40 plates (including 3 color plates and 1 folding plate) - plate count includes frontispiece and 2 dedication plates, also vignettes (not counted as plates). Internally crisp and generally clean - scattered, minor, marginal dust smudging. Ex-library: perforated stamp on title page, ink stamp at foot of Aegina list of plates page, markings on back of frontispiece, all other plates free of library markings.
Estimate $300-500


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