Outlines of the history of glass making in various European countries to accompany photographs of glasses in the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Buckley, Moundsmere Manor, Basingstoke, Hants, England, and of a few other glasses.

Title: 
Outlines of the history of glass making in various European countries to accompany photographs of glasses in the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Buckley, Moundsmere Manor, Basingstoke, Hants, England, and of a few other glasses.
Author/Artist: 
Buckley, Wilfred, 1873-1933.
Publisher: 
Basingstoke, Hants, Eng. : [Buckley] 1933.
Description: 
18 v. (2-17 looseleaf) : orig. photographs ; 30 cm.
Format of Material: 
Books
Microform
Bib ID: 
20312
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Location: 
Secured Stacks (Oversized)
Call Number: 
NK5103.B9B92 O
Location: 
Microforms
Call Number: 
R-431
Holdings Note: 
Two titles on this roll.
Location: 
Secured Stacks - Rare Books
Call Number: 
NK5103.B9B92 *
Notes: 
Vols. 2-17 consist of plates and original photographs.
"In 1935 the collection went to the Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington."
Some sections signed and dated by author; some plates with comments in author's handwriting.
Bibliography at end of each chapter.
CMGL also has typewritten manuscripts of v.1 Treatice sections on Spain, Germany, Rhineland and the Netherlands, and England, and handwritten notes pertaining to the publication of these sections.
Contents: 
v.1. Treatices. Outlines of the history of glass making in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Rhineland and low countries, England. --
v.2-3. Italian glasses.--
v.4. Spanish, French glasses.--
v.5-6. German glasses.--
v.7.Glasses of the Rhineland (Germany or low countries).--
v.8-9. Glasses of the low countries.--
v.10-12. English glasses. (v.12 includes glasses from other countries).--
v.13-14.Glasses of the Near East, of the Roman Empire and of China.--
v.15. Objects other than glass, and poss. duplicate photographs of glass.--
v.16. Photographs mostly of glass not in author's collection. Numerous photographs missing.--
v.17-18. Duplicate? photographs of glass.