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New York: Winchester Press, 1973. Illustrated by Bob Kuhn, including 6 additional loose color prints in a custom fold envelope. Elephant folio, 1/4 green leather over green boards. New York: Winchester Press, 1973. Limited edition. Edition limited to 375 copies. This one is unnumbered, but bears a presentation from both the author and the artist. Fine copy in a broken board slipcase.
Cologne: Galerie der Spiegel, 1965. Text in German, including short pieces by Eluard, Arp & Ernst. Illustrated with 34 black & white vignettes and 52 large b/w plates of rubbings; 5 mounted color plates of watercolors and numerous tiny figures within the text. 167 pages. Folio, blue pictorial wrappers (and original lithograph printed by Mourlot). Koln: Galerie der Spiegel, (1965). Overall a very good copy -- internally clean but with wrappers a bit edgeworn and dusty along gutter edge. Limited...
New York: Anthropological, 1932. Translated by Ulrich Van Der Horst. Frontis. Large 8vo, black pebbled cloth, small stain on rear cover. New York: Privately Printed by Anthropological Press, (1932). A very good (+) copy. Limited, numbered edition, privately printed, of the book Havelock Ellis called "The greatest work on the sexual instinct in French."
Chicago: Manning, 1932. Black & white illustrations, red and yellow borders. 6 pages on stiff paper,tall 8vo, stiff red pictorial wrappers. Chicago: Manning, 1932. First Edition. Scare. A fine copy. A fairy tale illustrated with a profusion of photographs of real-life animals dressed as humans and posed in a variety of circumstances.
New York: Ringling Brothers, 1988. Introduction by Kenneth Feld.Profusely illustrated with color photographs. Square 4to, white cloth with colored pictorial label, d.w. New York: Barnum & Bailey, (1988). First Edition. Celebrating the life and career of the famous animal tamer on the occasion of his farewell tour with Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus. Presentation copy, signed by Williams on the title page.
Amsterdam: Francois Changuion, 1749. Two volumes in One. One engraved illustration on dedication page. xxxviii + 271pp. and 352pp., separate title pages each with engraved illustration, 8vo, full leather, gilt-decorated spine; corners bumped, rubbed, minor and scattered foxing, bookplate inside front cover. Amsterdam: Chez Francois Changuion, 1749. A very good (+) copy.