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Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

This Arts and Crafts early 20th century book bound in brown cloth is a wonderfully collectable and delightful look at Canterbury as it was in 1915.
This is one of a collection of books with illustrated drawings done by a group of period artists. Each page features a print of a pen and ink drawing of famous spots in Canterbury.
The book does show some signs of use the cover has some scrapes to the tightly woven cloth. There is a inscription on the front page " Olivia Parmelee - Canterbury 1915 ".
A must have for any vintage art book collector or historian.
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Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

Arts and Crafts period 1915 British tourist book - Canterbury A Sketch Book by Walter M Keesey. - A & C Black Limited - London.

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