London: Woodward / Davis, 1741. In Two Parts, The First Containing The Theory, The Second The Practice of the Said Art. Translated from the Latin. Illustrated with Copper Plates. 8vo, lacks binding but still firmly sewn. London: Tho. Woodward & C. Davis, 1741. First Edition. The margins are close cropped, but the text is clean except for occasional old marginal notes & careful holograph deletion of words.
Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 2012. Illustrations in color and in black & white. Small 4to, heavy turquoise card board with "Dali" cut out and black & white image of the artist peeking through, black cloth spine, 383 pages. Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 2012. First Edition.Fine. Catalogue from the exhibition held 21 November, 2012 to 25 March, 2013 in Paris.
New York: Bollingen/Pantheon, 1964. Translated from the Russian, with a Commentary, by Vladimir Nabokov. 4 vols., cloth, d.w. New York: Bollingen/Pantheon, (1964). First Edition. Bollingen Series LXXII. Fine copies, with un-clipped dust wrappers, slightly sunned on the spines. In the original publisher's board slipcase.
London: 1989. Original British theatre program signed on the credits page, appearing in the premier performance of the Keith Waterhouse production "Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell." Wednesday, October 18, 1989, at the Apollo. Very good condition. British-Irish stage and film star whose career spanned over five decades.