New York: Collins, 1987. Photographed by 100 of the world's leading photojournalists on one day, May 15, 1987. 240 pages of color and black & white photographs. Folio, black cloth, dust wrapper. Wrapper is lightly rubbed, closed tear to back panel. New York: Collins, (1987). A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.
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Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1933. Illustrated with 73 black & white plates and 7 in-text figures. 135 pages plus index. Tall 8vo, original white pictorial wrappers (quite worn at edges and spine but internally clean). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, (1933). First edition. A very good copy. With the small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
London: John Stockdale, 1810. Illustrated by a series of 70 hand colored line and stipple engraved plates by J. Dudley. Second title page in French, and descriptions in French and English with the English on the recto and French on the verso. Folio, full contemporary straight grained green morocco, recased, ornately stamped in gilt & blind, a.e.g. London: Printed for John Stockdale. 1810. Very good (+). The plates are dated 1803, and are in fine, clean condition.
New York: Philosophical Library, 1950. Two-sided frontispiece and 30 other black-and-white plates. 352 pages (lower right corner bumped on several pages), 8vo, black boards with red gilt-stamped label, dust wrapper (chipped and worn). New York: Philosophical Library, (1950). A very good copy in a good dust wrapper.
New York: Abrams, 1964. Trans. by Francois Hirsch and John Ross. 76 mounted color plates. 126pp. Large 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper worn. New York: Abrams, 1964. Very good. The enamels in the Georgian National Museum of Fine Arts in Tiflis, with descriptions of the processes of cloisonne, champleve, and repousse as well as the history, iconography and execution of each piece dating from the 7th through 12th century. "Treats Georgian enamels as a development of local tradition, distinct from.....
Map. Pen and ink with watercolor. Sheet measures 8.75 x 7". This minimalist schoolgirl and schoolboy manuscript map depicts European Russia. Although unlabeled, the region is easily identifiable. The Black Sea and the northern half of the Caspian Sea are included near the bottom of the map. Covers the modern day nations of Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, and parts of Poland and Sweden. The eastern boundary is placed along the Ural Mountains. The map is in good.....