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New York: Times Books, 1984. 13 volumes. Small folio, tan cloth, printed in black. New York: Times Books, (1984). Near fine A reprint collection with facsimiles of articles and reviews that appeared in The New York Times between 1896 and 1979. Definitive reference, with the last volume being a comprehensive index.
Leipzig: Heinrich Keller, 1937. 2 volumes., 653 black & white illustrations throughout the text, tall 4to, brown cloth, (corners bumped), decoratively gilt spine. Leipzig: Heinrich Keller, 1937, 1938. First Edition. Near fine. Veroffentlichung der Kunstwissenschaftlichen Abteilung des Kaiser-Wilhelm-Instituts fur Kunst und Kulturwissenschaft.
Basel: Ludovici Konig, 1631. , 974,  pages, printed back-to-front in the Judaic custom. Latin text printed in Roman and Italic type, with running titles in Hebrew. Very thick 8vo, full contemporary vellum, quite worn with head of spine lacking but still firmly sewn; some dampstaining throughout, heavier at front and rear; LACKING the title page. Basiliae: Sumptibus Ludovici Konig, 1631. Editio quarta & ultima.
Leiden: Brill, 2016. Color illustrations, maps. 589 pages. 4to, beige cloth with stamped black lettering. d.w. Leiden: Brill, (2016). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. This book is about the life and work of Frederick de Wit (1629-1706), one of the most famous dealers of maps, prints and art during the Dutch Golden Age, and his contribution to the dissemination of the knowledge of cartography. The Amsterdam firm of Frederick de Wit operated under the name "De.....
Paris: Montbeliard, 1894. Bio-Bibliographie. 3 vols., wood-pulp paper, double column, rebound in black cloth-backed marbled boards, volume 3 in green cloth, volume 1 with no lettering on spine. (Paris): Montbeliard, 1894-1903. A source book of all European medieval history Besterman 2885-2886. With the small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
New York: Christie's, 1998. 3 volumes. The famous auction catalogue of this massive collection. Illustrated throughout in color & b/w. Short 4to, blue glossy pictorial boards. New York: Christie's, 1998. A fine set of this important reference. Volume I: The Middle Ages and The Renaissance. Volume II: The Age of Reason. Volume III: The Modern Age.