eBook John Coney, Silversmith 1655-1722 (Da Capo Press series in architecture and decorative art, v. 38) download
by Hermann Frederick Clarke
Author: Hermann Frederick Clarke
Publisher: Da Capo Press; Facsimile edition (September 21, 1971)
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Subcategory: Decorative Arts and Design
John Coney, Silversmith 1655-1722 book. John Coney Silversmith, 1655-1722 (Da Capo Press Series in Architecture and Decorative Art, .
John Coney, Silversmith 1655-1722 book. ISBN. 0306713934 (ISBN13: 9780306713934).
com: John Coney, Silversmith 1655-1722: 1932. Cloth, 8vo, 92 pp + 31 b/w pls. . No. 178 of 365 numbered copies. Cloth at the top half of the spine and inch of front and back boards is worn through, obscuring gilt lettering
com: John Coney, Silversmith 1655-1722: 1932. Cloth at the top half of the spine and inch of front and back boards is worn through, obscuring gilt lettering. Cloth less worn at fore edge. End papers slightly toned.
com: JOHN CONEY, SILVERSMITH, 1655-1722: 8vo, original blue cloth, lettered in silver. Volume 38 in the De Capo Press Series ìArchitecture and Decorative Ar. Bookseller Inventory 1832. 6), xv, (1), 59, (31) pages; frontispiece; 31 plates. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: JOHN CONEY, SILVERSMITH, 1655-1722. Publication Date: 1971. Kolbe & Fanning Numismatic Booksellers is the largest and longest currently active rare numismatic literature firm in the world.
John Coney (5 January 1655 – 20 August 1722) was an early American silversmith and goldsmith from Boston, Massachusetts. He specialised in engraving. From the 1690s on, Coney was considered the most important Bostonian silversmith of his day. In 1702, he engraved the paper money for Massachusetts. Coney also designed a version of the seal of Harvard College.
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John Coney, Silversmith 1655-1722 (Da Capo Press series in architecture and decorative art, v. 38). by Hermann Frederick Clarke. ISBN 13: 9780306713934.
Hermann Frederick Clarke, John Coney, Silversmith, 1655-1722, Houghton Mifflin Company (Boston, 1932) .
Hermann Frederick Clarke, John Coney, Silversmith, 1655-1722, Houghton Mifflin Company (Boston, 1932), cat. 101. Patricia E. Kane, Colonial Massachusetts Silversmiths and Jewelers: A Biographical Dictionary based on the Notes of Francis Hill Bigelow & John Marshall Phillips, Yale University Press (. (New Haven, CT, 1998), p. 331. Early American Silver 1670-1820, Including the Darling Foundation Collection and Silver from the First Church in Salem, auct. ca. Christie's, New York (New York, January 18, 2007), p. 8-71, lot 62, repr.
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