Paris: Pierre Tisne, 1946. 69 plates, some tipped-in and in color, 25 pages of text, slim 4to, white boards with title in red on front cover; covers soiled. Paris: Editions Pierre Tisne, 1946. Covers quite soiled and foxed but internally clean, a very good copy. Chronologically covers medieval tapestries to those of the 20th century.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2007. Photography by Bruce White. More than 200 illustrations, primarily in color. 563pp., thick 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers; some minor scratching to front cover and creasing to rear, internally fine. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, (2007). A very good copy. Essays and cataloging by various authors.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1956. Complete set in 6 volumes. Illustrated throughout with some in-text figures and many full-page plates, some in color. Thick 4tos, blue cloth-backed patterned boards with red spine labels (bindings are rubbed and corners somewhat worn on several volumes; tight and internally clean). New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1956-1963. A very good set of these desireable catalogs - usable and reasonably attractive. Catalogue of the collection in the following subject areas -- Volume...
New York: Bonanza Books, 1938. Illustrated with Photographs. Drawings by the Author. 6 color plates, nearly 400 black & white illustrations. 232pp. 4to, two-toned cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Bonanza Books, (1938).Very good (+). "A readable survey of the many forms of needlework produced in America from the Colonial period to the early 20th century. Includes sections on American Indian embroidery and beadwork, stump work, crewel, quilting, ... lacework, Moravian needlework, ..." - Arntzen/Rainwater, P692 (reprint).
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1925. Illustrated with 12 color plates and 236 in doubletone. 302pp. Thick 8vo, two-toned cloth (spine just a bit darkened as usual, otherwise a near fine copy). Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1925. Limited subscription edition. Very good (+). One of 300 copies with extra plates (4 color and 16 b/w).
New York: Japan Society, 1976. Translated by Louise Allison Cort and Monica Bethe. Over 145 illustrations, many in color. 280 pages. Folio, stiff printed wrappers, d.w., board slipcase with paper label. New York: Japan Society, 1976. Fine. The first comprehensive English study of the Tokugawa Collection of theatrical robes and masks, with an extensive glossary and bibliography.
New York: Vendome, 1978. Preface by Jean Lurcat. Profusely illustrated with 82 color plates and 185 black and white plates. 229 pages (small white sticker on front endpaper), 4to, red cloth with gold decorative stamping, dust wrapper. London: The Vendome Press, (1978). A near fine copy in a near fine jacket.