Paris, Librairie Encyclopedique de Roret, 'new edition' .
Oblong octavo (157 x 255 mm), two volumes bound as one, vi, 174 pages, and [iv] pages plus 12 full-page plates (numbered I-XII, featuring specific properties) and 120 plates (numbered 1-120) comprising hundreds of illustrations of country house styles, and garden designs, decorations, furniture and structures (bridges, fountains, pavilions, aviaries, orangeries, temples ...). All plates are printed rectos only.
Contemporary quarter brown morocco and marbled papered boards; gilt-decorated spine with four raised bands a little rubbed at the extremities and slightly marked; papered boards a little chipped and rubbed, with a small light stain on the front cover; light to moderate foxing throughout, with occasional offsetting; essentially, in excellent condition.
The two-page 'Avertissement' or note from the author at the beginning of the first volume outlines the problems he had with his former publisher, Audot, that lead to this revised and enlarged edition, with newly-engraved plates.