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New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1984. The Glyndebourne Version. Stage and Costume Designs by Maurice Sendak. 4to, pictorial cloth. N.Y., (1984). First American Edition. Presentation copy, signed in full " For--- with all my three oranges love - and bananas and grapefruit and Everything!" with an ink sketch of the Punchinello figure from the opera.
Napoli: Politica Popolare, 1961. With 76 b/w illustrations. 465pp. Thick 8vo, green cloth, d.w. (cloth has two very light dents in spine and on front cover, corners slightly bumped, discoloration on bottom right corner of top cover, d.w. a little edge-worn). Napoli: Edizioni Politica Popolare, 1961. A very good(+) copy.
New York: Tibor de Nagy, 1963. Foreword by James Merill. 35pp., square 8vo, printed lavender wrappers (edges faded), partially unopend; stapled . New York: Tibor de Nagy, (1963). Limited First Edition. The text of this scarce libretto is in Italian. Presentation, in Italian, to Francis Steegmuller, signed "J.M." with a few holograph textual corrections in the same hand.One of 300 copies.
Berlin: Berlin Kunstdruck - und Verlags-Anstalt, 1889. Group of 39 (of 40 total) large plates showing costume designs for all the characters in Wagner's Ring, by Carl Emil Doepler. Beautifully printed chromolithograph plates with excellent details (13-1/2" x 18"), loose as issued and protected in a new gray cloth portfolio box with red leather spine label and the original title text mounted on front. Berlin: Berlin Kunstdruck- und Verlags-Anstalt, Vormals A. & C. Kaufmann, . First edition. The 10 text...
New York: Appleton, 1927. Frontispiece portrait and other illustrated plates. 311pp., thick 8vo, beautifully rebound by Brentanos in full blue morocco; elaborate gilt-decorated spine with raised bands; wide inner dentelles & marbled endpapers, a.e.g. Original wrappers bound-in. New York: D. Appleton, 1927. Fine. Signed by Eames on the cover of wrappers. Additional inscription by Eames on the front endpaper.