London: Bloomsbury, 1986. Being an historical and descriptive account of the different styles of clocks and watches of the past, in England and abroad containing a list of nearly 25,000 makers. Folding frontispiece, 388 illustrations including 40 in color. 700 pages. Very thick 4to, black boards, d.w. London: Bloomsbury, (1989). Ninth edition revised and enlarged by Cecil Clutton. A very good(+) copy.
London: Spon, 1922. Being an Historical and Descriptive Account of the Different Styles of Clocks and Watches of the Past, in England and Abroad.To which is added a list of nearly 12,000 makers. Frontispiece, many illustrations. 822pp. Very thick 8vo, black cloth; torn at head. London: Spon, (1922). Fifth Edition. Very good.
London: National Art-Collection Fund, 1978. A Catalogue of the Leeds collection. 2 volumes. Over 650 illustrations, including 12 full-page mounted color. Tall 4to, blue cloth, d.w. Published by the National Art-Collection Fund and the Leeds Art Collections Fund, 1978. Inscribed by the author. Fine in fine d.w. "A lavishly illustrated survey of furniture at the two celebrated country house museums maintained by Leeds City Council." The collection includes fine 18th century English, as well as continental, colonial, and Oriental furniture...
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...
Geneva: Scriptar, 1992. Profusely illustrated, with 150 watches in the Vacheron Constantin Museum in full color together with 2000 black & white illustrations from the company's archives. 415 pages, tall 4to, black silk cloth with color illustration laid in on front cover (spine lightly faded). Geneva: Scriptar, (1992). Near Fine. The book details the history of the company from 1775 to the present day. Inked presentation on the title page to the window designer of Tiffany.
Cooper-Hewitt, 1980. 31 color plates and 115 black and white photographs. 127 pages. 4to, cloth- backed boards, d.w. (d.w. very slightly darkened at top edge). Cooper-Hewitt Museum,: (no place: New York or Washington D.C.) 1980. Near-fine copy in a good dust wrapper. From The Smithsonian Illustrated Library of Antiques, General Editor: Brenda Gilchrist.