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London: Ackermann, 1818. 15 fine color plates. 3 separate issues bound together: Volume V. May 1, 1818 No. 29, pages 250 - 314: Volume V. June 1, 1818. No. 30. pages 315 - 384: Volume VI. November 1. 1818, No. 35. pages 245- 310. slim 8vo, 3/4 red leather, marbled boards (rubbed). London: Ackermann, 1818. Very good (+). With a presentation and letter laid in by John Carnegie.
Milan: Giorgio Armani, 1990. Text in Italian - citazioni da opere di Ernest Hemingway, Dino Buzzati & Tao Yuan Ming. Many photographs throughout by Aldo Fallai in black and white, sepia & color. Slim folio, white printed wrappers, housed in a white board slipcase (a bit dust-soiled). Milan: Giorgio Armani, 1990. A fine copy in a very good slipcase.
Armani, 1998. Black and white photographs, loose as issued by Aldo Fallai and Carton Davis. Two frosted mylar folders (one with corners creased), one for women's collection and one for men's, housed in a folding black paper slipcase (a few scrapes on back). Plates clean and fine. 1998, Armani. Overall a very good(+) copy.
San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 2001. Illustrated with numerous wonderful b/w photographs and other pages, reproducing annotations and stains of originals. Thin folio, bound with heavy pictorial boards with a linen spine. (San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 2001). First trade edition, one of 5000 copies. A fine copy, as new. Scarce.
Bergamo: Bolis, 1992. The Italian Industry as Seen by Dorothea Balluff, Enrico Guagnini, Paola Pisa, and Maurizio Valentini. Introduction by Sergio Zavoli. Extensively illustrated, 221pp., 4to, grey cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly rubbed. Bergamo: Edizioni Bolis, (1992). First edition. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Paris: Meynial. 3 volumes, 1918, 1919 and 1921 of the five volumes almanac. Beautifully illustrated with 19 pochoir color plates and 3 color title page vignettes by George Barbier in his characteristic art deco style. The volume for 1918 is in pink silk with cracked hinges and no dust wrapper; 1919 is with pictorial silk covers, hinges strengthened, chipped spine and partial dust wrapper; 1919 has a white pictorial silk cover and good dust wrapper. The interiors are all fine.....
Parma: Franco Maria Ricci, 1972. Numerous exquisite tipped-in color plates, 181pp., printed on blue handmade Fabriano paper. Folio, gilt-stamped black silk cloth, mounted cover illustration, ornately gilt on front cover and spine, black clam shell box. Parma: Franco Maria Ricci, 1972. Fine. Limited Edition, one of 1500 (of 2000) numbered copies bound in silk. Text in English.
Warsaw: M. M. Art Books, 1994. Signed. Illustrated throughout in color. 142pp. Tall & slim 4to, stiff wrappers, scuffed d.w. Warsaw: M. M. Art Books, (1994). Edges slightly sunned, still a near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. A scarce book. Signed and dated by Ryszard Horowitz on the title page.
New York: Bloomingdale Bros. 1912. Numerous illustrations giving prices and details of merchandise & seating plans for various New York theaters, etc. 320 pages (missing pages 57-68). Small 8vo, original blue cloth with gold and silver-stamped pictorial cover. New York: Bloomingdale Bros., (1912). First Edition. A very good(+) copy (aside from the 6 missing leaves) with only light wear at spine ends. A scarce ephemeral title.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2020. Numerous black & white illustrations, 304 pages, thick 4to, black leatherette with silver type on spine and front cover; lightly worn at lower corner and just a touch scuffed. New York and New Haven: Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale University, (2020). First Edition A very good(+) copy.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011. Profusely illustrated with color and some b/w images. 240 pages, small folio, brown cloth with 3D holographic image inlaid on front cover. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2011. Fourth Edition. A very good(-) copy--spine cocked and boards bowed, slight scuffing to front cover image, minor discoloration to rear cloth corner from removed sticker. Signed by Bolton and one other person on half-title page.
Paris: Editions du Regard, 1982. Introduction by Reny-Jean Clot. Hundreds of well-printed photo illustrations in black and white, a few in color. 571 pages with text in French. Thick 4to, black cloth, d.w. Paris: Editions du Regard, 1982. First edition. Lower front corner bumped but pages un-effected, dust wrapper edgeworn and a trifle dampstained, still a very good solid copy of this uncommon book. A comprehensive survey of 1950's art and design in a wide range of media...