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Paris: Bueque & Frapsauce, 1929. Preface de M. La Claviere. Profusely illustrated with 3000 small black & white hallmarks. 342pp., unopened. Short 4to, original stiff grey patterned wrappers, gilt lettering, spine has been repaired, interior is fine and has never been read. Paris: F. de Nobele, 1929. First Edition. Scarce.
Boston: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1906. Photogravure frontispiece portrait, and 29 mounted photographic plates; text illustrations and rubrics throughout. 100pp. Short 4to, original gray printed wrappers (chipped and well-worn at corners and spine ends; internally clean). Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1906. First edition. A very good(-) copy of this uncommon book, lacking the slipcase. Printed in red and black and with elegant typography, this is the catalogue of the first exhibition devoted exclusively to American Silversmiths.
Milan: "Silvana" Editoriale D'Arte, 1962. 44 plates in color and 63 illustrations in b/w. 85pp. 4to, gray cloth, d.w. (d.w. worn at edges, chip on top spine end, crease running along bottom edge of cloth's front cover, cloth's edges lightly faded, bottom corner bumped, some small stains on front cover flyleaf). Milan: "Silvana" Editoriale D'Arte, (1962). A very good(+) copy, internally clean.
San Francisco: Chronicle, 2000. Illustrated with large b/w photographs of over 70 pieces. Essay by Barnaby Conrad. 176 pages. 4to, black cloth, d.w. (minor scuffing). San Francisco: Chronicle, (2000). First edition. Small sticker from Nedra Matteucci Gallery Santa Fe, on blank endpaper, else a near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
London: John Murray, 1910. Ecclesiastical, Decorative, and Domestic: Its Makers and Marks. Frontispiece plate, 133 text illustrations, and more than 2,700 facsimiles of plate marks. Rubricated title, 538pp., 8vo, green cloth, d.w. (chipped). London: John Murray, 1910. Tenth Edition. Revised and Enlarged. Fine.