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New York: Touchstone, 1965. Introduction by Max- Pol Fouchet. Text in French, English and German. 14 mounted plates, and 82 other illustrations. 76 pages. Tall thin 4to, black cloth with paper spine label, acetate dust wrapper and printed board slipcase. New York: Touchstone, (1965). First trade edition. A near fine copy, but lacking the original lithograph.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1973. Color illustrations throughout. Slim folio, red cloth with inset calligraphic label on cover, board slipcase (lightly rubbed). New York; Metropolitan Museum of Art, (1973). Ownership signature on front endpaper, otherwise a near fine copy in a very good slipcase.
Barcelon: Fundacio "La Caixa" 1998. Introduction by Antonin Dufek. 120 full-page photographs. 4to, printed wrappers (very slightly rubbed and bumped). Barcelona: Fundacio "La Caixa," 1998. A very good copy(+). Catalogue published in conjunction with the touring exhibition in Spain from September 1998 - February 1999.
Milan: Damiani, 1944. Illustrated with 70 plates, including many tinted & some in b/w. Short folio, gray cloth (discolored at all edges and with a fairly large dampstain on front cover; frayed at the spine ends, and with significant damage to corners. The binding however, is still sound and straight and internally the pages are quite clean). Milan: Enrico Damiani, (1944). A good copy. Number 80 of 700 numbered copies.
New York: Gary Snyder Project Space, 2010. Illustrated in color. 102 pages. Slim square 4to, glossy pictorial boards, a bit dusty. New York: Gary Snyder Project Space, (2010). First edition. A near fine copy of this uncommon book, issued without a dust wrapper. Published on the occasion of the exhibition.
New York: Braziller, 1986. Preface by James Byam Shaw. Illustrated with 77 full-page sepia plates and 27 smaller b/w images. 197pp. Oblong folio, terra cotta cloth (several light dampsots on front cover; d.w. edgeworn and sun-darkened but intact). New York: Braziller, (1986). First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper, as new and preserved in the original shipping carton. First publication of the album of drawings for the Punchinello cycle, which was broken up in 1921 and is here reassembled.
Milan: Silvana Editoriale d'Arte, 1958. Fine b/w frontispiece portrait and 32 mounted color plates; additional b/w figures throughout. Unpaginated. Thin folio, cloth-backed boards, edgeworn d.w. Milano: Silvana Editoriale d'Arte, (1958). First edition. Text in Italian. A very good(+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
New York: Abrams, 1957. Documentation Marguerite Haganbach. Many illustrations, including 1 color plate. 123pp. Slim 4to, black cloth with yellow-stamped cover designs, printed mylar wrapper (quite torn). New York: Abrams, 1957. First American edition. A near fine copy in a poor wrapper. Lucas p. 121.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1971. Illustrated with facsimiles of handwritten pages. 359 pages, small 4to, light blue cloth, dust wrapper (price clipped). Princeton: Princeton U.P. (1971). A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. A monograph treating Carnot's scientific work, with facsimile reproduction of his unpublished writings on mechanics and on the calculus, and an essay concerning the latter by A.P. Youshekevitch.