London: Faber & Faber, 1978. Introduction by George Wingfield Digby. Translated by George and Cornelia Wingfield Digby. Preface by Edmund De Unger. 49 color plates containing more than 100 images, more than 150 images in all. 251pp., tall 8vo, green cloth, d.w. London: Faber and Faber, (1978). A very good copy in a very good dust wrapper.
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Vienna: Society for Textile Art Research, 1986. 131 carpets illustrated in vibrant color photographs. 44pp. of text. 4to, brown cloth, d.w.; black spot on front cover, dust wrapper lightly rubbed. Vienna: Society for Textile Art Research, 1986. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Text in German and English. Number 1582 of 3500 copies.
New York: Vendome, 1978. Preface by Jean Lurcat. Profusely illustrated with 82 color plates and 185 black and white plates. 229 pages (small white sticker on front endpaper), 4to, red cloth with gold decorative stamping, dust wrapper. London: The Vendome Press, (1978). A near fine copy in a near fine jacket.
Milan: Amilcare, 1930. 30 plates colored by hand in gouache. Thin folio, cloth backed flexible boards; slipcase very worn. Milan: Amilcare Pizzi, n.d. [ca. 1930]. Limited Edition. Very good The brilliantly colored plates represent suggested color ratios for fabric prints inspired by paintings of artists such as Bonnard, Braque, Chagall, De Chirico, Derain, Dufy, Gauguin, etc. which are reproduced in small mounted vignettes opposite each plate. Fine copy, in a worn slipcase, of an uncommon book.
Paris: Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, 1910. Edited by Albert Levy. 50 colored and mounted plates (complete), all loose as issued. Original half-cloth portfolio with decoratively printed boards with cloth ties (one torn; interior hinges of box are re-enforced), pages lightly age browned. Paris: Librairie Centrale des Beaux-Arts, no date, circa 1910. Scarce. Overall a very good clean copy. Islamic and North African textiles.
Philadelphia: 1836. Illustrated with fine lithographic plates, some folding. Tall 8vo, original blind-stamped patterned brown cloth; quite worn and joints strengthened, foxed throughout. Philadelphia, 1836. Second Edition. A very good(-) copy. One of the foremost pioneers of American commerce. Kress C4284, Sabin 13385. Howes W-355.