Description[Bookplates]. Twelve 18th C. English and French Bookplates in Jacobean and Chippendale Styles. [England, France, 1701-1769].
[Bookplates]. [Various artists]. Collection of Twelve 18th Century English and French Bookplates in the Jacobean and Chippendale Styles. [England, France, 1701-1769].Bookplates toned with scattered foxing and handling crimps, else fine. Attractively matted, glazed and framed in two separate frames to 16 x 18 and 17 x 19 inches. Including the bookplate of Dumont de Valdajou, signed "R. Brichet" in the plate lower left corner; Benot Bieswal, Avocat en Parlement; signed and dated "Vacheron Fecit 1769' in the plate across lower edge.
From the James M. Goode Collection of Bookplates.
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