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...
Pan American World Airways, 1955. Poster. Original offset lithograph. 48.25 x 28.5 inches. An outstanding and complicated design that combines a projection of the world with a sundial floating in space. Small tear at bottom left edge with some wrinkling. Pan American World Airways, originally founded as Pan American Airways (Pan Am), was the principal and largest international air carrier in the United States from 1927 until its collapse on December 4, 1991. Rare.
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.