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Portugal: Livrararia Civilizacao. Lavishly illustrated, mostly in color. 288 pages with text in Portuguese and English. Small folio, white linen, d.w., slipcase (stained). Portugal: Livrararia Civilizacao, no date, circa 1985. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Limited edition, signed by the two authors.
Milan: Schweiwiller, 1978. From the series Antica Madre, collana di studi sull'Italia antica. Over 300 illustrations, many in color. 668pp., very thick 4to, natural cloth, d.w., board slipcase. Includes the pamphlet containg the introduction, preface & captions in English, French & German. Milano: Libri Scheiwiller, 1978. Text in Italian. Fine in fine d.w. Other volumes from this series are available.
Paris: Hachette, 1965. Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs, finely printed in heliogravure; a few others in color. 323 pages with text in French. Tall thick 4to, pale blue cloth with black-stamped cover design, edgeworn d.w. Paris: Hachette, (1965). First edition. Faint stains on first several pages, still a very good copy in a very good dust wrapper. Collection Realites.
London: John Murray. Frontispiece and numerous black & white engraved plates throughout, 2 volumes, thick 8vo, blind-stamped white cloth, decoratively gilt spines, tissue guards. London: John Murray, 1876, 1903. Very Good (+). Vol I: Winchester, Salisbury, Exeter, Wells. Vol. II: Canterbury, Rochester, Chichester, St. Alban's.
Moscow: Planeta, 1971. More than 200 photographs, including some in color. 4to, cloth, d.w.; small stain to lower spine and portion of front cover, dust wrapper worn with tear at head of spine. Moscow: Planeta, (1971). A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper. Text in Russian, English, Spanish, French, German.
London: KPI, 1986. Well-illustrated throughout in b/w. Foreword by Robert Venturi. , 189 pages. 4to, blind-stamped black cloth, d.w. London, New York and Sydney: KPI, 1986. Inscribed by the author (presumably) on the half title: "To my dear fried Mildred Schmertz." The recipient was the editor-in-chief of Architectural Record.