London: Print Collectors' Club, 1927. 33 black & white plates, scattered foxing. Slim square 4to, brown cloth backed boards (warped). Publication No. 6. London: Print Collectors' Club, 1927. First Edition. Limited to only 500 numbered copies.
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Vienna: Ludwig, 1911. 12 plates individually presented in a black paper mat. Original half vellum folder with colored patterned boards, quite dust-soiled and rubbed, vellum torn at foot; the plates are fine. Small slim 4to, Vienna: Dr. Rud. Ludwig, 1911. Limited Edition. Very good. Number 101 of 250 numbered copies. Text in German.
Munich: Hanfstaengl, 1921. 86 plates in color & in black & white all with lettered tissue guards. 4to, 3/4 vellum, marbled boards, onrately gilt spine with red leather spine label. Munich: Franz Hanfstaengl, 1921. A beautifully produced book. Very good (+).
Boston: Goodspeed, 1931. Chapters by Amy G. Smith and Gardner Teall. Frontis. portrait plus 30 illustrations. xi + 136pp., 8vo, cloth-backed patterned boards; covers soiled, lightly rubbed. Boston: Charles E. Goodspeed & Co., 1931. An internally clean, very good copy.
Stephanie Hnizdovsky, 1986. Many wood cut illustrations. 66 pages, slim 12mo, blue cloth. N.p. (Stephanie Hinzdovsky): (1986). First Edition. Scarce. Fine. One of 500 copies.
New York: Grolier Club, 1999. 23 illustration, most printed from the original plates, this includes one that is hand colored, and 4 tipped-in book plates. Brief essay by Kit Currie. 61pp., 12mo, cloth-backed decorative blue boards with gilt front-cover design, slipcase; with 7 engraved plates in separate folding portfolio. New York: The Grolier Club of New York, (1999). A fine copy in a fine slipcase. Number 9 of 40 numbered copies, signed by the author, with additional tipped-in bookplate and hand-colored cut.
New Hampshire: David R. Godine, 2004. Profusely illustrated in color and black and white. 110 pages, 4to, navy blue cloth with gilt stamping, dust wrapper. New Hampshire: David R. Godine, (2004). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Revised and enlarged edition.
New York: 1964. A.L.S. 4to. 2 full pages, personal letterhead, New York City, July 16, 1964, sending the recipient Ex-Libris plate designs, in part: "...Dr. Paul de Zarn (was the physician to President Kennedy) and is our doctor and is one of the best specialists for allergies. All I have at this point is this print (made by hand on Chinese paper). I hope you do not mind. William G. Donovan was a General. He died a few years ago...
Berlin: Erwin Berger, 1923. 10 charming linoleum cuts, loose as issued. Slim square 8vo portfolio, 3/4 vellum, decorative boards, spine repaired. Berlin: Erwin Berger, 1921. A very good(+) copy. Number 29 of 110 numbered copies. Each plate signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.
Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, 1976. Illustrated in black and white. 185 pages (top edge burgundy), tall 8vo, burgundy cloth with gilt spine. Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, (1976). A near fine copy. 1 of 2200 copies of which only 700 were originally for sale.
Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, 1973. Black & white frontispiece + 41 additional full page plates. Slim tall 8vo, grey cloth. (Middlesex): Private Libraries Association, 1973. Limited Edition. Fine. One of 650 copies.
Pinner: Private Libraries Association, 1976. Facsimiles. 4to, purple cloth, clear mylar wrapper, a bit chipped. (Pinner): Private Libraries Association, 1976. A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper Limited edition.
Leipzig: 1920. Introduction by Richard Braungart and edited by Arthur Liebsch. Original engraved frontispiece and many additional illustrations. 143 pages, tall slim 8vo, decorative blue cloth. Leipzig: n.d. ca. 1920. Number 288 of 500 numbered copies.
Denmark: Privattryk, 1979. Extremely minimal text is in Danish. Illustrated with 14 bookplates, printed in colors and each with a butterfly theme. The plates are mounted on individual blank pages, and 4 are signed in pencil by the artists. Slim 8vo, yellow printed wrappers. Denmark: Privattryk, 1979. Limited edition -- number 22 of 175 copies printed. A near fine copy.
Denmark: Privattryk, 1978. Extremely minimal text is in Danish. Illustrated with 11 bookplates, printed in colors and each with a wine or vineyard theme. The plates are mounted on individual blank pages, and 4 are signed in pencil by the artists. Slim 8vo, red printed wrappers. Denmark: Privattryk, 1979. Limited edition -- number 96 of 150 copies printed. A fine copy.
New Fairfield, CT: 1924. A.L.S. 8vo. 1 page, New Fairfield, Connecticut, June 12th 1924, unable to comply with a request, in full: "I am sorry to disappoint you, but I regret to say that I have never had a book-plate - yet being much interested in the subject - so that I am unable to comply with your request." Boldly signed and in fine condition. American typographer and type designer often described as among the greatest book designers of the...
Pinner: Private Libraries Association, 1972. Well-176 pages including index. Short 4to, green cloth with red spine label, d.w. Pinner, Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, 1972. Limited first edition -- one of 2000 copies (1100 for sale). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Herrin: Trovillion, 1956. Frontis. plus 14 black & white illustrations. 82pp., light blue cloth. Herrin: Trovillion Private Press, 1956. A very good (+) copy. One of 500 numbered copies signed by the author and printed on hand-made paper.
Bale: d'Histoire de la Medecine, 1964. Preface by Louis Tanon. Illustrated. 8vo, printed wrappers; corners of front cover creased. Bale: XIX Congres International d'Histoire de la Medecine, 1864. Second series. Internally fine, a very good copy.
Little Britain: Duck & Rainbow, 1719. 160 pages. 12mo, contemporary brown calf; well-worn and with hinges re-enforced; pages toned and with light scattered staining; bookplates front and rear. Little Britain: Printed for J. & B. Sprint at the Bell and A. Ward at the Duck & Rainbow, 1719. Sixth Edition. Overall a good only copy. Scarce in any printing, unique with George Washington's armorial bookplate on the front pastedown that may have been added in the 1860s to enhance the...