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New York: Abrams, 1973. Introduction by Harold McCracken. 431pp., 511 illustrations, including 48 color plates (large library stamp from the publisher on the title page). Oblong 4to, full blue leather. New York: Abrams, (1973). Near Fine. One of only 262 copies signed by the author. Lacking the accompanying bronze sculpture.
Beijing: Art Publishing House, 1990. Well-illustrated with 204 objects (bronzes, pottery figurines, stone carvings, gold & silverwork), much in color. 232 pages with text entirely in Chinese. Small folio, gold patterned silk cloth; silk cloth box with paper label; the box is a bit dusty and discolored along backstrip but the book is fine. Beijing: Art Publishing House & Kodansha, 1990. First edition, second printing? Very scarce.
1930. Circular bronze medallion in high relief. Medallion measures 5" in diameter. This fine bronze medallion features a left-facing bust portrait of Christian Bäumler (1836-1933), a German cardiologist based in Frankfurt. Bäumler is depicted at the age of 70. Engraved text on the back reads "Viro Doctissimo Alumno suo atque sodali Artis Medicinae Investigatori Filio Frankoniae Illustrissimo Doctoris Nomine ante LXX Annos Appellato Piis Votis Congratulatur." Karl Dautert was an established German sculptor of portraits and medallions whose work was.....
1930. Circular bronze medallion in high relief. Medallion measures 9 cm in diameter. This fine bronze medallion features a left-facing bust portrait of Eduard Dietrich, a German doctor, at the age of 70. Engraved text on the back reads "Dem Verdienstvollen Förderer der Bäderwissenschaft die Vlneoogische Gesellschaft in Berlin 10.Okt.1930." Karl Dautert was an established German sculptor of portraits and medallions whose work was often copied for stamps and other ephemera.
New York: American Art Assoc, 1928. Many illustrations in black & white, several folding with some tipped in and in color, several with lettered tissue guards. Folio, brown boards, vellum spine (darkened and rubbed), internally fine. (New York): American Art Association, 1928. Scarce. Very good (+). Limited Edition. Number 446 of 500 copies.
New York: Privately Printed, 1919. Illustrated in color and photogtravure. 315 pages, thick 4to, original drab brown wrappers with gilt-lettered spine (very minor wear at ends and small stains at upper corners of some pages, well outside of printed area, otherwise a very near fine copy). Limited edition -- number 148 of an unspecified printing. New York: Privately printed for Virginia Bacon, 1919. A near fine copy of this rather scarce memorial catalogue depicting 617 items in the collection.
New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1962. Illustrated with 202 full-page photographic plates. lxv, 64pp of text. Thick 4to, two-toned cloth with red spine label.. New York: Metropolitan Museum, (1962). A very good(+) copy Volume V of the Irwin Untermyer Collection. The collection consists primarily of bronzes from Italy, Germany, France and the Netherlands, from the 13th to the 18th centuries.