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Stockholm/Uppsala: Almquist & Wtksell, 1965. 238 pp + 285 illustrations, small 4to, rose cloth. d.w. chipped and worn. Stockholm/ Uppsala, 1965. Page edges and endpapers slightly foxed, still very good(+) in very good(-) dust wrapper. Catalogue of the engravings by Cornelis Bos. Neat inscription in Dutch on the front fly-leaf.
Toronto: Firefly Books, 1985. Over 160 color plates, additional monchrome illustrations. 252pp. Oblong 4to, gray cloth, chipped d.w. Toronto: Firefly Books, 1985. Clot, page edges and inside of wrapper are foxed, still a solid very good(-) copy First comprehensive work on an Eskimo artist, including reproductions of all of Kenojuak's prints produced up to 1980, and photos of her sculptures.
New York: Knopf, 1947. 317 illustrations; folding map, 8vo, blue cloth, lightly edge worn, some foxing on page edges and on a few preliminary pages; bit of wrapper flap pasted to endpaper. N.Y.: Knopf, 1947. Second Edition, Revised & Enlarged. Very good. The first of Hunter's books to be published in a commercial edition, but containing "a selection of material from the expensive editions," and aimed at giving "accomplished bibliophiles and amateur booklovers an insight into the methods employed by.....
Geneva: Skira, 1957. Translated by Stuart Gilbert. Profusely illustrated with fine mounted color plates, several folding. 2 volumes, folio, red cloth. (Geneva: Skira, 1957, 1958). Pages toned at edges, still a very good(+) set, lacking the dust wrapper. A finely illustrated study of 15th century Flemish painters with bibliography. Arntzen/Rainwater M392.
New York: Hoeber, 1931. Numerous illustrations. 2 volumes. Thick 8vo, dark blue cloth, spine ends worn, spine faded, some foxing throughout. New York: Paul Goeber, 1931. A good usable copy. A Collection of Facts and Documents Relating to the History of Memorial Science in ths Country, From the Earliest English Colonization to the Year 1800.