Profusely illustrated with Coudenhove's unusual color drawings, focusing on the architecture of Austria. Unpaginated, with descriptive text in German, English and French. Thick 4to, gilt-stamped blue velveteen. Linz: verlag Leopold Lueger, (1986). A near fine copy of this very uncommon book. Signed by the artist on the frontispiece portrait.
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Hachette, 1965. Profusely illustrated with b/w photographs, finely printed in heliogravure; a few others in color. 323pp. Tall thick 4to, pale grey cloth with black-stamped cover design, d.w., slipcase. Hachette, (1965). Distributed by New York Graphic Society. A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Collection Realites. Despite the title, this edition is entirely in English.
Darom, 2003. Edited by Bud Lang. Beautifully illustrated with vivid color photographs. 256 pages. 4to, black cloth, d.w.; minor scuffing to dust wrapper. N.P.: Dr. David Daron and Edizioni Saviolo, (2003). Limited first edition - One of 2500 copies. Printed in Israel and distributed from Italy but text is entirely in English. Some crinkling (from binding error) on pages 216-224, otherwise a fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Presentation copy signed by the author on the title page.....
Dorset: Privately Printed, 2005. Edited by Hugo Vickers. Well-illustrated throughout with images from his own collection, much in color. 174 pages. Short square 4to, gilt-lettered blue boards, d.w. (Dorset UK: Privately published by the estate of the late Baron de Rede, printed by the Dovecote Press, 2005). Third printing. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper with Rizzoli "Autographed Copy" sticker on front panel. Scarce. Signed by Hugo Vickers on title page.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1929. vii, 200pp with some figures in the text, followed by 85 handsomely printed plates (331 daggers), printed one side only and protected with tissue. Thick 4to, handsomely bound in full burgundy leather with red morocco label. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1929. Limited edition of 900 copies. A fine copy of this exceedingly rare catalogue. Plates printed at the Imprimerie de Vanguard, Paris.
Beatifully illustrated and printed with 20 large chromolithograph plates featuring ornamental details from the newly restored church. 5 large engraved b/w plates on mounted India paper. pp of stylized letterpress text, each page printed within a thick decorative border printed in brown, red, blue, or green. pp plate list. 25 plates. Thin folio, contemporary black morocco-backed boards (leather is just a bit rubbed; boards are quite worn; original wrappers bound-in). Paris: Felix Malteste et Cie, 1857. First edition. Text in.....
Watkins Glen: American Life Foundation, 1982. Well-illustrated throughout, some in color. Slim oblong folio, gilt-decorated blue paper covers with black cloth spine (top 3 inches of both covers are sun-darkened, else a fine copy). Watkins Glen, New York: American Life Foundation, 1982. first edition of this facsimile catalogue.
Bamberg: Johann Jacob Immel, 1697. 2 engraved half title pages, and illustrated with 65 leaves of fine engraved plates. , 101pp of text. Folio (measures 16 x 10.5 inches), bound in full old vellum (soiled); red edges. Bamberg: Getruckt bey Johann Jacob Immel, 1697. Text in German, printed mostly in double- column Gothic letters. A beautiful clean impression. Very scarce book with handsome plates. OCLC lists only 4 copies, including those at Cornell & Princeton Universities.