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Hopewell: Ecco, 1996. Introductions by Ernest Hemingway and Foujita. Photography by man Ray. Translated by Samuel Putnam. Foreword by Billy Kluver and Julie Martin. Illustrated. 298pp., 8vo, cloth-backed boards, d.w.; ink inscription on half title. Hopewell: the Ecco Press, (1996). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
New York: Knopf, 1938. Translated from the German by Gwenda David and Eric Mosbacher. Illustrated sparsely in black & white. xiv + 373pp. 8vo, decorative orange cloth, chipped and edge worn dust wrapper. New York: Knopf, 1938. Slight foxing on edges, but still a very good(+) copy in a good dust wrapper.
Paris: L'Association Artistique de la Prefecture de Police. 6 colored dry-point etchings from original lithographs by Rene Zimmermann, numerous additional plates and text etchings. 4to, loose as issued in printed wrappers within a board slipcase (dust soiled); uncut. Paris, 1950. Internally a fine copy. One of 950 copies on Velin d'Arches, presented to Mayor Robert Wagner during a visit to the Hotel de Ville.
New York: Lumen. Illustrated throughout with handsomely printed scenic gravure images by Doisneau, Brassai, and other photographers, facing pages of descriptive text. Slim 8vo, pictorial wrappers with red spiral binding (lightly edgeworn). New York: Lumen Publishing (no date, circa 1947). A very good(+) copy A scenic journey through the most famous Parisian landmarks.
Paris: Mazarine, 1926. Biographical introduction by R. Cantinelli. Illustrated with 20 fine engravings, each one tipped-in and with the original mat. Notes on each plate at rear. Thin folio, rebound in 3/4 maroon leather over marbled boards (rubbed, spine ends damaged; internally fine). Text is in French. Paris: Edition Mazarine, 1926. Limited edition, number 316 of 636 copies.