New York: Abrams, 1987. With 475 illustrations, including 338 in full color. 256pp. Tall thick 4to, gilt-lettered black cloth, d.w. New York: Abrams, 1987. First American edition. First signature slightly sprung, otherwise a near fine copy in near fine dust wrapper. A stunning visual record of glassmaking during its most innovative period.
Paris: G. Boudet and C. Tallandier, 1897. Illustrated with 65 full-page color plates and 2 double-page color plates, all protected with tissue; 24 full-page black and white plates, 1 double-page black and white, and numerous other in-text illustrations. , iii, 206 pages. Large 4to, contemporary half red leather over marbled boards; gilt-stamped spine with raised bands; original yellow pictorial wrappers bound-in. Paris: G. Boudet and C. Tallandier, 1897. Limited edition -- from a total of 1,050 copies, this is number...
New York: Nichols, 1920. 50 full page black & white illustrations. 4to, black cloth with an elaborate gilt Art Nouveau design on the front cover (spine ends and corners a bit worn). New York: H.S. Nichols, 1920. Limited First Edition. A very good(+) copy. One of 500 numbered copies signed by the publisher.
Cleveland: Burows Brotheres, 1895. Text throughout printed in black & red, some pages within highly decorative borders. , 131 pages, 8vo, linen- backed blue holland boards, pictorially stamped in black & red. Cleveland: Burrows Brothers, 1895. First edition. Bradley's masterpiece of American Art Nouveau book design. Number 8 of 40 copies on Japan Paper. Enclosed are 3 portraits of Blackmore & Bradley, on Japan Paper and each numbered 8. Bookplate.
4 volumes bound in 3. With full page black & white illustrations and several in color by Aubrey Beardsley, Marcus Behmer and others. Texts by Oscar Wilde, Max Brod , Paul Claudel and others. Small thick 4tos, original gray printed wrappers, slightly rubbed. Leipzig: Julius Zeitler, 1907. Very good. Limited Edition for Subscribers.
Milan: Polifilo, 1971. Profusely illustrated with dramatic black & white photographs. 124 pages with text in Italian, English and German. Oblong 4to, glossy black & white decorative cloth boards (1/2" of lower right corners are "chewed" but the pages are just barely effected). Milan: Polifilo, (1971). First edition. A very good(-) copy of this uncommon book - sturdy and usable.
Springfield: Wayside Press, 1896. Narrow 4to, (5-1/8 x 10- 1/2). Colored pictorial wrappers, bound with string (2 signatures loose), covers worn at the edges. Springfield: Wayside Press, May, 1896. First Edition. First number of this scarce, short-lived periodical, containing art, poetry & essays. The ads, as well as the illustrations, were designed by Bradley himself.
Paris: Flammarion, 1998. Extensively illustrated in color. 228 pages. Small oblong 4to, blue cloth, d.w. New York: Flammariion, (1998). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Published for an exhibition held at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and Smithsonian Institution, New York and Washington, D.C., in 1998. Texts by an international team of scholars, and superb illustrations of jewelry, glass, bronzes and drawings.
Paris: Ministere de la Culture, 1985. Text in French. Illustrated throughout in color and black & white. 302pp. Short & square 4to, stiff pictorial boards. (Paris: Ministere de la Culture / Editions de la Reunion des musees nationaux, 1985). Slightly edge-worn, still a very good(+) copy. Catalog for an exhibition at the Musee du Luxembourg in Paris, November 29, 1985 - February 2, 1986.
Paris: Societe de Propagation des Livres d'Art, 1913. Catalogue descriptif et analytique suivi d'un Essai de Bibliographie et d'Iconographie de son Oeuvre Illustre. Preface by Roger Marx. Illustrated with 3 original pieces. and etching, a drypoint an aquatint, and many hundreds of smaller black & white drawings. xv, 231pp. Slim 4to, handsomely rebound in 1/2 black morocco over patterned boards; original wrappers bound-in. Paris: Societe de Propagation des Livres d'Art, 1913. First edition. Text in French. Near Fine. Limited edition...