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  • By James Smithson on May 21, 2017

    A superb compendium of America's earliest furnishings. Wallace Nutting is unsurpassed as authority on this period.

  • By Laurel Pritchard on January 23, 2013

    Our '65 Dover editions of this classic were damaged in a house fire in the early 70s, but we have used them (taped together) for years as a reference in building reproduction furniture. We were lucky enough to find a library bound copy of Volume II, and this nice clean copy online. The wealth of photographs and measurements is supplemented by descriptions and anecdotes about the current owners of the pieces, their alleged provenance, etc. Despite the Colonial revival slant, an invaluable resource for the collector and lover of antique furniture.

  • By BigBoy on March 7, 2016

    The book was a gift.

  • By Guest on May 31, 2017

    Love it

  • By Gary on January 28, 2009

    I enjoy making modern reproductions of antique furniture as a hobby so I purchased this book for period inspirations. I wasn't disappointed. The book was printed in the 1920s so the photos aren't clear by modern standards but they're clear enough and there are hundreds of them, many full page size. With the exception of drop leaf tables, most of the pieces in the book are shown with a single photo. There's enough historical info about furniture development, woods used, geographical styles, etc., to keep the hobbyist interested. This book doesn't contain enough construction info (thankfully) to be of use to anyone looking to fake antiques. There are no measurements, joint descriptions, etc. This is an excellent reference source for anyone with an interest in the furniture used in this country 1620-1720, before it was a country.

  • By Bob on September 29, 2014

    No complaints! Book was in better condition than I expected.


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