[Bound with] THE HAND-BOOK OF ARCHITECTURE: being a concise account of the different styles of architecture, which have been or are in use in England. London (Tayas), N.d.8vo. (6 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches), full dark green straight grain morocco with gilt borders on the cover, the title (“British Architecture”) in gilt on the upper cover; smooth spine with gilt bands. Fine.In this "custom-made" volume on British architecture, the original owner had his binder convert the second work, Tabular Display of British Architecture, from a lithograph measuring 42 x 20 inches, into twenty 6 1/2 x 4 inch leaves, each mounted onto stiff paper and then tabbed into the first section of the volume. The companion Manual for Students..., containing 36 pages and a Glossary of Architectural terms at the end, follows. That work is followed by the unrelated, anonymously published 58-page Hand-book of Architecture with its own numerous illustrations.OCLC locates four copies of the Manual and has a separate listing for the Tabular Display, citing two copies; it moreover locates just one copy of the Handbook. The three works together here in this unusual format make for a very interesting volume.