New York: Kent FineArt, 1989. Edited by Jeanne Marie Wasilik. Illustrated throughout with unusual black and white photographs and color reproductions of Laffoley's highly cryptic artwork. 111pp. Short thin square 4to, original black paper wrappers with embossed title. New York: Kent Fine Art, 1989. Fine. First printing, one of 3000 copies. This monograph accompanies the 1989 exhibition Paul Laffoley: Structured Singualarities.
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Paris: Le Clere, 1796. xii, 512; viii, 145 pages. Thick 8vo, bound in contemporary calf-backed patterned boards; marbled endpapers. Paris: Le Clere, 1796 & Paris: l'Institution Nationale de Sourds-Muets, 1792. Some light foxing throughout, still very good(+) copies of two uncommon books. Par l'Auteur de l'Apologie de la Religion.
London: Longmans, 1890. Illustrated in b/w by H.J. Ford and Lancelot Speed. 367 plus 16pp. Thick 12mo, handsomely rebound in full crimson crushed morocco with the original ornate gilt-stamped pictorial red cloth bound in.A.e.g. London & New York: Longmans Green and Co., 1890. First Edition. Fine. The second Fairy book.
London: Longmans, 1908. Edited by Andrew Lang. Illustrated by H.J. Ford with 8 color plates and numerous black & white drawings. 361pp. Thick 12mo, original ornate gilt-stamped pictorial blue cloth, a.e.g. (small scratch on front cover; ownership bookplate, otherwise a fine bright copy). London, New York, Bombay & Calcutta: Longmans Green and Co., 1908.
London: Gresham, 1920. 8 color plates by Warwick Goble, plus many in black and white. xlviii + 463 pages. Thick 8vo, olive gree cloth with small floral decorations on front cover and spine; neatly inked gift inscription inside front cover, lower front corner dented. London: Gresham, no date, (circa 1920). Reprint. Overall a very good copy.
London: David Nutt, 1890. The Original Editions of William Claxton Reprinted and Edited by H. Oskar Sommer. Several large fold out tables (repaired with tape). Separate pagination for each volume 230pp. and xxv + 338pp., tall, thick 8vo, black cloth, untrimmed; binding worn, ex-lib., half title repaired with tape London: David Nutt, 1890. A very good (-) copy.
New York: Pantheon, 1956. Frontispiece + 60 black & white illustrations. 158pp., slim 4to, black cloth-backed baords. New York: Bollingen Foundation/Pantheon, (1956). Very Good (+). Study tracing the history of Pandora and Pandora's Box in European literature and art from Roman times to the 20th century.
Paris: D'Art H. Piazza, 1924. Illustrated with 12 superb mounted color plates by Leon Carre with lettered tissue guards. Additional gilt and black decorations throughout. 121pp., 4to, rebound in plain green cloth (slightly bumped at corner) the original pictorial gilt-stamped wrapper is tipped-in. Paris: D'Art H. Piazza, (1924). Near fine. Limited edition. Number 373 of 2250 copies.