A GUIDE TO AMERICAN ANTIQUE FURNITURE by Gustave A. Jr. Van Lennep

A GUIDE TO AMERICAN ANTIQUE FURNITURE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The tremendous interest in antiques, and the widespread enthusiasm of the rankest amatour, should make a book of this sort worth calling to general attention. It serves as an A B C Primer for the novice, as it takes each of the basic periods, analyzes their characteristics, through specific types of furniture that are characteristic of them, and illustrates through line drawings which show the distinguishing marks. E. S. McCawley of Haverford suggested drawing this little book to your attention, as he feels it fills a real need. It may be ordered from the publishers direct, at Lancaster Avenue and Bugartown Road, Strafford, Pennsylvania -- 40 off.

Publisher: The Elf's Head Press