London, Iliffe and Sons, 1928. Edited by F. J. Mortimer. Includes photos by Dorothy Wilding, Bentram Park, Leonard Misonny, Frantisek Drtikol, Arthur Kales and others. Bound in publisher's original full blue cloth. Interior damage to a few pages that stuck together, worn at extremeties.
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London, Iliffe and Sons, 1936. Edited by F. J. Mortimer. Includes photos by D. J. Ruzizka, J. Ortiz Echague, A. Eisenstaedt, Bertram Park and others. Bound in publisher's original full brown cloth stamped in black and gilt. Slight soiling and wear at extremeties, otherwise very good.
London, Illiffe and Sons, 1942. Edited by F.J.Mortimer. Includes photos by Rosalind Maingot and Dr. Max Thorek. Green paper wraps have separated and are somewhat soiled and worn at extremeties. Interior intact.
London, Iliffe and Son, 1948. Includes photos by P.H. Oelmam, J.Ortiz Echague and Dr. Max Thorek. Cloth boards slightly bowed and soiled, otherwise fine.
New York, NY, U.S.A.: Harry N. Abrams Incorporated, 2000. Fine/Fine. 220 photographs, including 80 in full color.
London: P. & D. Colnaghi & Co. Ltd., 1976. 1st. paperback. Bound in the publisher's original illustrated wraps. Worn at the extremities and spine. Profusely illustrated throughout.
London: Colnaghi, 1976. 1st. Softcover. Bound in the publisher's original illustrated wraps. Rubbed at the extremities. With over 400 listings, profusely illustrated throughout in black & white.
New York: Crown, . 1st. Hardcover. In four volumes. Entirely illustrations, both color and gravure, with captions. Volume 1 covering The Pre-Historic Period, The Asuka & Hakuho Periods, The Nara Period; Volume 2 covering The Early Heian Period, The Late Heian Period, The Kamakura Period; Volume 3 covering The Muramachi...
Northwest Publishing, 1899. Hardcover. Bound in the original leather covered boards, cover stamped and decorated in blind and gilt. Front board has separated, rear board is loose but holding. Some maps have seperated but all are present, for a total of 31 pages of color maps of 13 counties containing...
London, Frederick Warne, no date. Gilt-stamped decorations on front cover. Decorated front and back endpapers. Good condition but for some soil on front cover.
Iowa City: Prairie Press, 1951. 1st. paperback. With a forward by Paul Engle. One of 450 copies. Wraps. Cheever 93.
Tokyo: Kokusai Bunka Shinkokai, 1934. 1st. Paperback. Colored frontispiece by Tekiho Nishizawa. Illustrated with numerous black & white photographs. Printed for the International Exposition of Dolls held in Antwerp, 1934. Text in French and English. Yap edges bumped and missing a 1/4 by 3 inch piece on front cover, otherwise...
New York, Power Publishing Company, 1900. 12 issues of POWER magazine bound in linen with gilt stamped paper label on spine. POWER was a monthly publication dedicated to boilers, gas and steam engines, electric power and related topics. Profusely illustrated in newspaper format. Fine condition.
New York: Praeger, 1967. 1st. Hardcover. The dust jacket is price clipped, has minor chips and closed tears to the extremities, and some minor browning.
Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, 1977. 1st. Paperback. Bound in the publisher's orignial illustrated wraps for an exhibition organized by Walker Art Center 11 December 1977 - 22 January 1978.
New York: The German Kali Works, n.d. Paperback. Contains a free translation of Professor PaulWagner's report of "The Rational Fertilization of Agricultural Plants." Includes information and photographs from the "Experiment Farm" in South Carolina. 72 pages.
New Haven: Print / William Edwin Rudge, 1941. 1st. Paperback. Contents include "A Lesson in Book Illustration" by Fritz Eichenberg; "Printmaking notes and Activities" by John Taylor Arms; articles by Allen Hazen, Jesse Thompson, Earl Schenck Miers, Kerr Eby and others.
Madison: Smith & Cullaton State Printers, 1861. Hardcover. Bound in publisher's original half sheepskin and yellow paper boards. Red leather label on spine stamped in gilt. Some chipping to head and heel of spine and wear to extrimities. End paper somewhat foxed. Former owner's stamp on front free end paper...
PUBLICATIONS OF THE NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. Volume XXI. Edited by Allison E. Sheldon. Lincoln, Published by the Society, 1930. Bound in maroon cloth. Fine condition.
New York: Quarto Club, 1930. First edition limited to 140 numbered copies printed by William Edwin Rudge for the members of the Quarto Club. Bound in publisher's original quarter black cloth and red marbled paper boards with the title stamped in gilt on the spine. Fine.
Boston: Printed by the Order of the City Council, 1887. 4th. Hardcover. Bound in the publisher's original cloth covered boards, cover and spine stamped in gilt. Rubbed at the edges and extremities.
Glasgow: Printed for the Regality Club by James Maclehose and Sons, 1889 - 1912. Hardcover. Bound in the original burgundy quarter leather and cloth, spines and covers stamped, ruled, and decorated in gilt. Top edges gilt, marbled endpapers. Rubbed at the edges and extremities, else fine. Laid in are several...
New York: Guggenheim Foundation, 1998. Hardcover. Curated by Gernard Blistene and Lisa Dennison. Essays by Yve-Alain Bois, Stanely Cavell, Jean-Louis Cohen and Mark C. Taylor.
New York: Abrams, 1985. 1st. Hardcover.
RENOWNED PLACES IN THE UNITED STATES. [New York], McCanns' Hat, n.d. [ca. 1900]. Proprietor's complimentary photo-booklet. Landscape and architectural images presented on one lithographic sheet with an accordion fold that produces 12 plates printed on one side only. Subjects include: Castle Garden, Coney Island, Hudson River, Ausable Chasm, Lake George...