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Paris: Chez Buissant, 1787. Map. Engraving with outline hand coloring 11 1/4 x 15 inches. Finely printed battle map with notes on the Battle of Yorktown from a French perspective. From "Histoire des Troubles de L'Amerique Anglaise, ecrite sur les memoires les plus authentiques. After the French fleet defeated a British fleet, Cornwallis was cut off and had to surrender to the French and the Continental Army. Hard to find.
Cologne: Taschen, 2019. Hundreds of photographic illustrations in color and in black & white. 464 pages. Small thick folio, white cloth with blind-stamped title on spine and front cover; a bit dusty and with faint stain on rear cover. (Cologne): Taschen, (2019). Internally clean, a very good solid copy, lacking the dust wrapper.
Los Angeles: J.P. Getty Museum, 2018. Numerous photographic illustrations in color and in black & white. Tall 4to, pictorial cloth on the front cover and spine and pictorial boards on the back cover, boards just a touch scuffed; some pages bumped at fore-edge, else near fine. Los Angeles: J.P. Getty Museum, (2018). First Edition.
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: Assouline, 2018. Profusely illustrated in color and black & white. Large thick folio, white cloth with black lettering on spine and front cover, sturdy pictorial slipcase. (New York): Assouline, (2018). A fine copy of this scarce title. This definitive volume tells the story and shows the creations of one of the most influential designers of the twentieth century.
Indianapolis: DK/Brady Game, 2008. Numerous color photographs, action and still shots of Mixed Martial Arts fighters and boxers. Photography by Kevin Lynch, Foreword by David Mamet & Essay by Dave Hickey and introduction by Lorenzo Fettitta. 4to, glossy pictorial boards. (Indianapolis: DK/Brafy Game, 2008.) First Edition. Fine.
London: William Faden, 1797. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Crude repair to centerfold with some loss in the Arctic, abrasions and stains off setting and margin repairs. 20 5/8 x 20 inches. Tribal names and affiliations are shown throughout this beautifully designed Americas map. The United States extends to the Mississippi River, showing Spanish rule beyond with Louisiana and New Mexico named. The majority of the northwest part of the continent is blank with Quivira noted. In South America.....