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London: Batsford, 1953. 8 color plates and 116 other black & white illustrations. 284 pages. 4to, blue cloth (backstrip a touch faded and with some slight bubbling on rear cover). London: B.T. Batsford, (1953). First edition. A very good clean copy. Study of the 120 year history of the great pottery firm, from the earlier colored glaze wares and queensware to the more familiar jasper ware, with marks, and valuable reproductions of the original pattern books and catalogues...
Newport, Monmouthshire: Ceramic Book Company, 1977. 100 plates, 31 in color. 305pp. Short thick 4to, blue cloth, t.e.g. Newport, Monmouthshire: Ceramic Book Company, (1977). A fine copy. Facsimile of the 1954 edition. A study of the vast variety of color patterns made from the beginning to 1783. With a comprehensive catalogue.
New York: Hudson Hills, 2001. Illustrated profusely in color and black and white. 4to, 240 pages, black decoratively blind-stamped cloth, with pink and white stamping on the spine, dust wrapper. New York: Hudson Hills Press in association with the Williams College Museum of Art, (2001). First Edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
Frankfurt: Osterrieth, 1967. 2 volumes. Profusely illustrated, some in color. Tall thick 4to, blue cloth, d.w. Frankfurt: Osterrieth, (1967). Text in German. The endpapers have old tape stains and large ex-library stamps; there are smaller stamps on page edges, but otherwise very good(+) unused copies. Volume I: Meissen. Volume II: Hochst, Frankenthal, Ludwigsburg.
Merion: Buten Museum of Wedgewood, 1967. Edited by Harry M. Buten. Many black-and-white illustrations. 280pp., small folio, blue cloth. Merion: Buten Museum of Wedgewood, 1967. A near fine copy. TitlesWedgewood and His Works, 1873; Memorials of Wedgewood, 1873, Choice Examples of Wedgewood Art, 1879.