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London: George Bell, 1876. Frontispiece and 11 other color plates, tissue guards. 255pp. Tall 8vo, rebound in red cloth. London: George Bell, 1876. Very good (+). With biographical sketches of the chief artist workmen, the various marks used, facsimiles copied from the Old Derby pattern books, and the original price list of more than 400 figures and groups.
London: Foyle, 1955. Foreword by Beverley Nichols. 2 photographic illustrations, over 300 black & white illustrations throughout the text. ix + 422 pages, 8vo, gilt-lettered gray cloth; spine faded, some foxing in first 20 pages, small newspaper clipping pasted to dedication page. London: W. & G. Foyle, 1935. A very good copy.
London: Kegan Paul, 1894. Illustrated with 12 black & white plates, protected by tissue. 224pp. 8vo, bound in 3/4 brown morocco with gilt- lettered spine; marbled endpapers, uncut edges, t.e.g. London: Kegan Paul Trench Trubner & Co., 1894. A near fine copy. Books About Books series, edited by Alfred W. Pollard.
New York: Abrams, 1976. 2 volumes. Packed with 2901 illustrations, many in color. Thick 4to, gilt-stamped blue cloth. New York: Abrams, (1976). First edition. A near fine set. A pictorial survey of popular folk arts, based upon watercolor renderings in the Index of American Design at the National Gallery of Art.
London: Country Life, 1911. 2 volumes. Colored frontispiece, 76 photogravure plates and 1500 other illustrations. Thick folio, 3/4 green leather, nicely tooled in gilt, t.e.g. London: "Country Life", 1911. Fine. The development of form and decoration in the silver and gold work of the British Isles from the earliest known examples to the latest of the Georgian period.