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London: George Bell, 1876. Frontispiece and 11 other color plates, tissue guards. 255pp. Tall 8vo, rebound in red cloth. London: George Bell, 1876. Very good (+). With biographical sketches of the chief artist workmen, the various marks used, facsimiles copied from the Old Derby pattern books, and the original price list of more than 400 figures and groups.
An Exhibition of Chinese Ceramics from Public and Private Collections in Japan...Profusely illus., some in color. Small square 4to, cloth, d.w.; (d.w. rubbed). N.Y.: The Asia Society, 1977. From exhibition at Asia House Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Kimbell Art Musuem, and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.
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.
London: Benn Brothers, 1923. With 128 illustrations, of which 11 are in color and all protected with lettered tissue. xvi, 240 pages of text. Short thick 4to, original brown cloth with gilt-stamped device on cover (spine and part of front cover faded; spine ends worn; internally clean). London: Benn Brothers, 1923. First edition. A very good copy of this uncommon book. Limited first edition -- number 1150 of 1500 copies.
London: Quaritch, 1910. Illustrated with 17 chromo-lithographs, 92 collotypes and additional text illustrations (minor foxing on frontispiece). 208 pages, folio, blue beveled boards stamped in gilt, slightly rubbed and with spine evenly sunned; top edge gilt, deckle edge. London: Bernard Quaritch, 1910. Very good (+). Splendidly printed and illustrated work containing auction records and an extensive list of makers' marks. Small humorous bookplate.