|Other titles||Rural decorative architecture.|
|Statement||Correctly engraved from the designs, and under the direction of William and John Halfpenny.|
|Contributions||Halfpenny, John, fl. 1750.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p., 25 plates ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
The country gentleman's pocket companion and builder's assistant for rural decorative architecture. The country gentleman's pocket companion: and Builder's Assistant, for Rural Decorative Architecture. Containing, thirty-two new designs, plans and elevations of alcoves, floats, Temples, Summer-Houses, Lodges, Huts, Grotto's, &c. in the Augustine, Gothick and Chinese taste, With proper Directions annexed. Get Book. Book Description: The Country Gentleman S Pocket Companion And Builder S Assistant For Rural Decorative Architecture by John Halfpenny, The Country Gentleman S Pocket Companion And Builder S Assistant For Rural Decorative Architecture Book . The country gentleman's pocket companion and builder's assistant for rural decorative architecture [Hardcover] William Halfpenny & John Halfpenny ISBN .
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