London: By the Artist, 1827. Extra illustrated title page followed by 6 plates containing 35 small images, all hand-colored. Slim oblong folio, handsomely bound by Bayntun in 3/4 burgundy morocco with gilt-lettered morocco label on cover, original pink wrappers bound-in; cloth slipcase. London: Published by the Artist, 1827. First edition. A near fine copy.
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Zurich: Peter Ineichen, 1982. Profusely illustrated in color and in black & white. 288 pages with text in English. Square 4to, publisher's orange leather with gilt-decorated cover and spine (backstrip evenly faded and lightly scuffed), t.e.g. Zurich: Peter Ineichen, (1982). A near fine copy of the special limited signed edition of 500 copies, protected in a board slipcase. Number 25 of 500 copies (300 in English), signed by both the authors along with Henri Stern & Philippe Stern; with an.....
Minneapolis: Burgess, 1938. Illustrated with a few diagrams. , 203 single-sided pages, typed on thin letter-sized paper. 4to, flexible green textured boards with rounded corners, neatly backed in cloth. Minneapolis: Burgess Publishing, 1938. Scarce. Neatly inked signature at top of title; rear cover partially cracked, otherwise a near fine copy of this scarce scholarly tract.