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Nogent-sur-Marne: L'Association Technique Internationale des Bois Tropicaux, 1954. Slim 4to, spine rebacked in brown cloth over exotic wooden boards. Explanatory notes concerning various tables. The tables are divided into 2 main parts: I. - A list of African woods exported normally or normally exportable. II. - A list of African woods used locally or exportable in small quantities. Published by Nogent-sur-Marne: L'Association Technique Internationale des Bois Tropicaux, (1954). First Edition. Very good (+).
Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club, 1988. A History of Early Furniture in the British Isles and New England. Profusely illustrated with hundreds of photographs, some in color. 618pp. Thick 4to, brown cloth, d.w. (Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club, 1988). Reprint of second edition, with pictorial index. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
London: Elliot Stock, 1924. with 67 black and white illustrations from original photographs by the author. 112 pages, slim 4to, gilt stamped forest green cloth (only light wear. Previous owner's plate and description on front attached endpaper, offsetting onto free endpapers). A very good(+) copy. Revised and enlarged edition.
Lowville: Privately Printed, 1910. First 4 parts (of 14 total). Each 8vo volume consists of a text booklet and 25-27 sample cards. Each card has 3 paper-thin matted wood samples -- the transverse, radial, and tangential cross sections for each type of wood. (the samples are very fragile and some have hairline cracks in the grain). The samples are housed in the original blind-stamped folding green cloth sleeves inside a matching slipcases with metal clasps (slipcases are edgeworn, particularly at...
Osney: Editions de l''Amateur, 1986. Suive du Repertoire de 400 Stalles d'Eglise en France. Text translated from the English by Solange Schnall. 342 black & white illustrations, small 4to, glossy white pictorial boards. (Osney): Editions de l'Amateur, (1986). A fine copy. Inscribed by the authors to Meyer Schapiro.