First edition hardcover published by Doubleday in 1963.A major retrospective of Steichen's work, designed by Kathleen Haven and produced in collaboration with MOMA. Dustjacket a bit worn - interior in good condition. Slightly musty. 234 full page reproductions.
Portland, ME: Thomas B. Mosher, 1896. Second Edition on Van Gelder Paper. Limited to 925 Copies. Excellent Condition.
Lovely little miniature book. Full title: MAJ - A Romantic Poem by Karel Hynek Macha with a Portrait of Poe and Biography. Published 1910 by Jindrich Lorenz (Henry Lorens), Trebic, Moravia. Handbound hardcover. 110 pages. 2-1/2 x 2 inches. Binding a little loose. Well-read copy.
Adapted from the German by W. L. Courtney and illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 15 tipped-in color plates. London: William Heinemann, New York Doubleday Page & Co., 1916. 136 pages; 10" tall. Gilt-decorated blue cloth binding is worn, rubbed, and has a front inner-hinge cracking, rear inner-hinge cracking and shows remaining residue from an old tape repair.
Complete in Three Volumes; Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, NC, 1935 & 1943. The previous owner's name has been stamped inside the two covers. Bound in dark navy cloth bindings with some bumped corners and spines but in nice condition overall. Volume I is 681 pages and 3 pages of sponsors, Volume II is 532 pages and Volume III is 539 pages. Each volume is 9 1/4" tall.
Leather bound, hardcover edition of The Banished: A Swabian Historical Tale by James Morier, Esq. Paris: A. and W. Galgnani and Co., 1839.
Leather bound edition of Our Army on the Rio Grande by author T. B. Thorpe. Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1846.
The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture
824 pages, Publisher: Phaidon Press; Package edition, 2004. Book comes in a clear plastic brief case as issued.
The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture presents a global survey of the most outstanding works of contemporary architecture from around the world completed in the last five years...
Ministero Degli Affari Esteri S. E. Benito Mussolini. Full green leather signed Staderini-Roma binding with blind and gilt decoration with Eagle crest on front cover in very fine condition with gilt fore-edges. There is a 3" scratch on the front cover. 9 3/4" tall.
"Ancient India", Bulletin of the Archeological Survey of India, number 10 and 11, Years 1954 and 1955. Edited and published by the Director General of Archaeology in India, New Delhi. Printed by the Job Press Ltd., Kanpur. 8 3/8"x10 11/16" (21,5x27 cm). 193 pages. Numerous drawings, maps and photos. A series of articles on the archeology of India, Afghanistan and Pakistan, by British and Indian field experts, published in the mid forties to the early sixties...
Title: Japanese Inro: From the Brozman Collection
Authors: Louis Lawrence & Shep Brozman
Binding: Hardcover with Sleeve
Publisher: Art Media Resources Ltd.
Published Date: December 1993
Weight: 4 lbs & 14 oz
Condition: Used (very good condition)
8-3/4"W x 12-1/4"H...
Limited #181/300, signed by Andrew Wyeth. Boston: Gambit, Inc. 1969. Oblong folio 1/2 blue suede leather and tan cloth, with a gilt-stamped 'AW' on a leather label on the front cover. The book is housed in its original cloth clamshell box. Mint condition. Box measures 15" x 18 3/4;" book is 13 1/4" x 17 1/2."
This lot includes eight volumes - Vol. 3 Foundations of Science and Mathematics(1960); Vol. #: 4: Religion and Theology(1961); Vol 5. Philosophy of Law and Jurisprudence (1961); Vol. 6 Imaginative Literature (1961); Vol. 7 Imaginative Literature II (1962); Vol. 8 The Story of Ethics (1962); Vol. 9 Biology, Psychology and Medicine(1963);and Vol. 10 Philosophy (1963). Published by Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. - copyright dates are noted...
Volume One of Two Only. Ohio: Gilmore and Brush, 1863. Good Condition.
With Nine Illustrations by Henry Holiday. First Edition. London: Macmillan and Company, 1876. Morrell Binding, with original covers--bound at rear. In Slipcase. Excellent Condition.
Complete in 16 Volumes, Including The Life Of Lord Byron by Thomas Moore, 1851 (6 Volumes). 3/4 calf leather binding with marbled board with gilt-decorated and lettered spine with two black labels on each. The top edges are gilt. There is general wear with rubbing at the extremities. The hinge is tender on Volume I and there is a repaired hinge on Volume II. The interiors have engraved plates, with some foxing and toning. Otherwise, the set is in very nice condition. Each volume is 6 3/4" tall.
The Choice of The Private Trader. The Private Market in Chinese Export Porcelain Illustrated from the Hodroff Collection. Cover has no Visable Wear,and the dust jacket is included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases tears, and no underlining/highliting of text or writing in the margins. 298 Pages. DESCRIPTION: Zwemmer London 1994. By David S. Howard. Hardcover in illustrated DJ. 298 PAGES. Many many photos inscribed the Hodroffs...
Collected and Edited With Some Account of His Life and Writings, by the Rev. Alexander Dyce, B.A. Second Edition with additions. Calls for Two Volumes, This is Three Volumes. London: William Pickering, 1829. A third volume was issued in 1839 by Dyce to include Sir Clyomon and Sir Clamydes and other pieces which he had not heard. Signed bindings by W. Nutt in full tan calf leather with gilt ruling and gilt-decorated spines within six compartments and two labels. All fore-edges gilt...