Black Dog Antiques
Program listing the 150 films shown at the Centre Georges Pompidou between May 4 through October 1988. Brief synopsis, B + W movie photos, actors noted. Stain on the lower front cover otherwise in good condition. Paperback written in French.
Part of the Collector's Pieces series. Small hardcover published by Walker & Co New York and printed in Hong Kong in 1969. 64 pages. B&W photos along with various Spode marks.The front end sheet is slightly separating and front cover is very slightly warped.
An older silver plate souvenir spoon made by Geo E Homer Boston.
Vol 77 No 18. Selections include: The Stock Yard Strike: Competitive Wages and the Right to Live (William Hard/Ernest Poole); War by Prearrangement (George Kennan); Troubles in the Labor Government in Australia;Workman's Insurance in Germany; A Pioneer in City Sanitation; A Democratic Leader(Robert E Pattison) etc. The cover shows light wear.
Paperback. Stated "Thirteenth printing". Dell Publishing 1968. Crease on the back cover- light staining and wear on the front. Some paragraphs are highlighted in yellow.Pages have yellowed. Acceptable copy.
1979. Exhibition catalog.Artists' bios with b+ w illustrations. (Neil Dallas Brown, Robert Callender, Peter Collins, Patricia Douthwaite, Ian Hamilton, Alexander Fraser, John Huston, John Johnstone, John Knox, William Littlejohn, Robin Philipson, Ian McKenzie Smith.) Published by the Maine State Commission on the Arts & Humanities~ Augusta, Maine. 28 pp. Light wear.
Official guide book for the Vatican Pavilion. Includes map, b&w and colored photos, and descriptions of the exhibits. The front and back cover are creased otherwise in good condition.
A small paperback published in 1971 by Forlag in Oslo. B&W and color photos. Includes many artists (Munthe, Munch, Heydahl, etc.)Light wear on the cover and a small brown stain on page 72~otherwise in very good condition. 71pp.+
A slim, oversized softcover book with b&w photos. Text by Robin Emmerson. Printed by The Gallpen Press Ltd. Pottergate, Norwich(1984.) Very very light wear on the cover. Unmarked. 24pp.
Author: Michael Sullivan.Second printing with corrections(1979) published by University of California Press.Illustrated paperback. Issues: the front cover shows light wear, minor curling on ends, the base of the spine is slightly worn; the endpaper also has a small smudge otherwise in acceptable condition.A nice tight copy. 288 pages.
Soft cover illustrated catalog for an exhibit that took place at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., December 13, 1974 thru March 30, 1975. 104 pp. Light wear and unmarked.
A book club edition published in 1961. The dust jacket is worn with tears and stains (as pictured).
Ca 1930. Former library copy with stamps. A clean instrumental score published by Ernst Eulenbburg, Leipzig. Other publications are referenced in the back. Original soft cover with paper boards. 66pp.
Possibly a first edition- cloth-bound hard cover ( no jacket) published in 1946 by the American Artists Group. Includes nine color plates by various artists along with 35 illustrations. The cover shows some wear on the edges, with a smudge and bump on the front.The end papers have yellowed- otherwise fine. 76pp.
A signed first edition hardcover published in 1994 by Random House.The dustjacket shows light wear with faint scratches just below the oval picture. The book itself is in excellent condition.
Ca 1900 A small pamphlet published by Garnier, Ostard & Cie, Paris. No date is noted. The plain paper cover may be the free paper and the booklet is bound with a thin blue silk string. Noted is "Limited Edition" on title page,along with an impressed photo of Wordsworth. Unmarked with just a smudge on the cover. There are six poems: Yarrow Unvisited,To the Skylark, To the Daisy, To a Highland Girl, Lucy Gray and England.
A soft cover book published in 1997 by Raimage, Tanger, Morocco. Colored photos of the region of Agadir, on the coast near the Atlas Mountains.Text by Mohamed Temsamani. 95pp