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Vol. XXIX ISBN 0 9540457 5 0 
256 pages, over 150 illustrations, most in colour, many large-scale

Groundbreaking research: Catalogue raisonné of Morris & Co 'Cartoon Book' (all Burne-Jones cartoons sold by Morris & Co 1901-04); London glass-painters in 17th century; Development of glass in 19th & 20th century with exquisite images enabling reader to identify glass types. Medieval stained glass including Malvern Priory; Unicorns at King's College; Hilary Wayment obituary & bibliography. Contemporary Practice with cover article on tremendous architectural glass by Brian Clarke, and stained glass in Iceland, Japan & Britain. 16 book reviews, stained glass at auction. 

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Vol. XXVIII Special Issue: America issue ISBN 978 0 9540457 4 2 

224 pages, over 120 colour illustrations, many large scale


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Vol XXVII Special Issue: The Stained Glass of Sir John Soane's Museum ISBN 0 9549457 3 4

300 pages in full colour, with over 210 illustrations

A full catalogue raisonné of this important collection of Continental glass dating from the late 15th to 18th centuries, including over 100 roundels and panels, none of which has previously been published. Also included are articles about Soane's use of glass in his own house museum and other architectural commissions, facsimiles of rare auction catalogues, and analysis of Soane's glazing schemes in the context of British collectors and Georgian glass painting.

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Vol XXVI ISBN 0 9540457 26
232 pages, over 100 colour illustrations

John Godwin—Evans Chantry—Frank Brangwyn—Hugh Easton—Gerdur Helgadottir—Winchester s.g. in Australia—English Civil War window—British glass painters 1881 & 1901                                              

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Vol XXV ISBN 0 9540457 18 
216 pages, 120 illustrations, most in colour

19C glass in Galicia—All Saints Margaret St—A L Pike—Liverpool Cathedral—C Webb and Orchard House—Guido Nichero studio—Church recorders— London glass-painters in 1881 pt 2—Newman window, Oxford University—Ruth Taylor Jacobsen—Science of glass                                

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