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New York: Abrams, 1991. Foreword by Jim Dine, Preface by Tom Wolfe, Photography by John Parnell. 208 color plates, many full-bleed. 176 pages. Small 4to, black cloth, dust wrapper. An attractively designed book. New York: Abrams, 1991. First edition. A fine copy. Emphasis on buttons dating from the 18th century.
London: Privately Printed, 1856. Frontispiece portrait, 20 plates with tissue guards, some in full color and many engravings throughout the text, some illustrations are foxed. 230 pages. 4to, blind-stamped blue cloth, professionally re-cased with original spine (faded), laid down. London" Privately Printed, 1856. Very good. Scarce.
Paris: J. Kugel, 2005. 2 volumes. Profusely illustrated in color with descriptions, comments and biographies of the silversmiths and goldsmiths of each work. 249 and 143 pp., tall 4to, grey silk cloth with white lettering in glossy pictorial board slipcase that match the dust wrappers. (Paris: J. Kugel, 2005). First Edition. A fine set.
American Art Association, 1935. Catalogue 4204 from the Public Sale on November 21, 22 and 23 and 2 p.m. Illustrated in black and white. 208 pages, 4to, gray pictorial boards (final ten pages and back cover warped from water damage). No place: published by the American Art Association in conjunction with Anderson Galleries, Inc., 1935. A good, readable copy.
Mexico: 1885. Folio atlas and accompanying octavo volume of text. Atlas is comprised of 13 double page chromolithographed maps. Quarter leather with red cloth binding and gold stamped title; spine in seven compartments. Published by Debray Sucesores, 1885. Expert repair and replacement to minor splitting to spine, with cloth hinge to inside cover. Accompanying book includes title page, iv + 474 pp. and 3 pages of index and errata. Octavo with quarter leather binding and marble board. Spine in five.....
London: 1741. Octavo atlas. 449 pp. including table of contents and supplement. 17 uncolored fold out maps. Wear to original calfskin cover. Front cover re-backed. World map has been repaired all other maps excellent. Inscription in ink on front cover "Samuel Hazard's Book". Inscription torn out of first dedication page and second dedication page. 17th edition with maps by John Senex. Beautiful early atlas. Maps include the world in two hemispheres, Europe, Scandinavia, Germany, Moscovy, France, Poland, Spain and Portugal.....
Paris: Piazza, 1921. 24 mounted color plates (two sets of each plate), both with tissue guards, one lettered. Tall 4to, handsomely bound in 3/4 brown morocco (small scrape on spine), marbled boards with the original pictorial wrappers bound in. Paris: L'Edition d'Art H. Piazza, (1921). Limited Numbered Edition. Very good (+).
New York: Greenwich Press, 1977. Color frontispiece. Illustrated in black and white. 175 pages. 8vo, green cloth, d.w. (d.w. chipped at top edge of spine, spine faded, top edge worn and covers scuffed, light adhesive residue on title page). New York: Greenwich Press, (1977). A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
London: The Studio, 1919. Numerous charming illustrations in color & in black and white and floor plans. 136 pages, 4to, pictorial wrappers, (toned but with very little wear) neatly rebacked in black cloth. London: "The Studio" 1914. A very good(+) copy. On the designing of cottages and small houses.