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Bale: Heufeld & Henius, 1925. Illustrated with 48 handsomely printed color plates, mounted on heavy art paper, protected with numbered tissue guards. No text other than title and list of plates. Slim folio, original 1/2 blue calf over patterned boards with ornate gilt-decorated spine. Bale: Heufeld & Henius, (no date, circa 1925). A very good(+) copy of this unusual book. One of 260 numbered copies.
Berne: Chez l'Auteur, 1955. 257 items, all illustrated in b/w. 4to, original printed wrappers, cardboard slipcase. Berne: Chez l'Auteur, 1955. Limited edition. A fine, unused copy. Volume One of the catalogue of Picasso's engravings and lithographs. Reprint of the 1933 edition, limited to 900 copies.
London: John Murray, 1820. Numerous engraved plates by Landseer, Cooke and others, protected with tissue. 4to, 3/4 green calf over marbled boards, ornately gilt spine with red morocco label, a.e.g. London: John Murray, 1820. First edition. Occasional small library stamps not effecting the text or images, scattered foxing but still a very good(+) attractive copy.
London: Seeley, Jackson, & Halliday, 1874. 20 engraved illustrations. 252 pages, 8vo, pictorial gilt and black-stamped brown cloth (corners bumped, wear at spine ends, small loss of cloth at spine head), all edges gilt. Original yellow coated endpapers with John Ruskin's bookplate on the inside front cover. London: Seeley, Jackson, and Halliday, 1982. This book is in good condition, with minor foxing and some loose gatherings, but pages still clean and undamaged.
New York: Park Lane, 1979. Foreword by Paul Bacon. Translated by Spencer F. Baird. 11,725 black-and-white engraved illustrations. xxix + 573pp., very thick, oblong 8vo (9" x 12"), cloth-backed boards, d.w.; bottom edge of boards lightly worn, corners bumped, dust wrapper worn and lightly chipped. New York: Park Lane, (1979). A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper. Originally published in 1851 as Iconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature, and Art.
New York: Grolier Club, 1999. 23 illustration, most printed from the original plates, this includes one that is hand colored, and 4 tipped-in book plates. Brief essay by Kit Currie. 61pp., 12mo, cloth-backed decorative blue boards with gilt front-cover design, slipcase; with 7 engraved plates in separate folding portfolio. New York: The Grolier Club of New York, (1999). A fine copy in a fine slipcase. Number 9 of 40 numbered copies, signed by the author, with additional tipped-in bookplate and.....
Northampton: Double Elephant, 2000. 13 color copper-plates + full page title page and frontispiece in black & white. Folio, wood-grained boards, with square passe-partout opening which reveals part of the frontispiece; cloth clam-shell case. Northhampton: Double Elephant press, (2000). Limited Edition. Fine. Kuch drew, bit & printed the copperplates and composed the poetry. Number 30 of only 60. copies. Dedicated to Leonard (Baskin).
Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum, 2000. Edited by Joanna Ekman. 96 black-and-white illustrations. 133 pages, 4to, orange cloth, dust wrapper (previous bookseller's price tag on the back cover). Brooklyn: Brooklyn Museum in association with George Braziller, (2000). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Paris: Pierre Didot, 1812. 2 volumes (only) out of 4, volume 2 parts 1 & 2. Profusely illustrated with spectacular copper engravings showing a wide range of subjects including detailed records of architecture, antiquities, interiors, landscapes, town views and decorative arts. Volume 2 part I has 86 plates on 75 leaves, plus 2 full page maps. 50 pages of text (XIV + 36 pp). LACKS the following 5 plates: Frontispiece; V. Vue General de Cordove; XIV. Salle ou se Conservoit.....