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    Lewis F. Day. Nature in Ornament. London: B.T. Batsford, 1902. Third edition. Octavo. xxiii, 260 pages with twelve page catalog at the end. Heavily illustrated with numerous full page plates and in text designs. Publisher's green cloth over beveled boards with elaborate gilt designs on front cover, gilt titles and decorations on spine, upper edge gilt. Boards lightly scuffed, gilt on spine lightly faded, small cloth tear at head of spine, small holograph pencil book dealer's markings on half-title and verso of rear free endpaper, catalog pages over-opened and coming loose, occasional foxing; otherwise in very good condition. From the William E. Fredeman Collection.

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    June, 2015
    17th Wednesday
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