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Paris: Logerot-Petiet, 1801. Illustrated with 6 engraved plates, including 3 large folding plates. , 160 pages with text in French. Short slim 4to, rebound in recent brown cloth with black leather spine label. Paris: Logerot-Petiet/Remont, An IX (1801). Some very light foxing throughout and offsetting on plates, still a near fine copy. BOUND AT REAR WITH: Descriptions and explanations of some remains of Roman antiquities dug up in the city of Bath, in the year MDCCXC, by Governor Powell. [ii].....
Washington: Smithsonian, 1990. Foreword by Milo C. Beach. Black-and-white photographs, drawings and tables. xii + 153pp., 8vo, blue cloth; minor wear to spine. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, (1990). Internally fine, a very good (+) copy. Chapters by various authors.
Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute, 1907. 47 plates including folding map. 188pp. Folio, contemporary 1/2 green cloth with leather spine label, original wrappers bound in, small area of wear on front marbled board, spine label rubbed, edges of corners worn. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute, 1907. Each plate has multiple objects depicted. Internally, a tight bright copy. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, Vol. III. No. 1.
New York: Asia Society, 1977. More than 100 illustrations, some in color. Slim square 4to, cloth, dust wrapper (almost no wear to wrapper, just price clipped). New York: The Asia Society, 1977. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. From exhibition at Asia House Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Kimbell Art Musuem, and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.