Rome: G. M. Cassini, 1776. Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 18.75" x 13.75". This attractive map of the western part of Bohemia (modern day Czech Republic) extends westward from Prague. Details roads, towns and pictorial topography. Depicts Bohemia while it was in the midst of the Czech National Revival. A ornate title cartouche featuring a pastoral scene adorns the lower left corner. Map is in very good condition with slight wear along the centerfold. This map is from the 1796...
Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1968. With on the spot reports from Prague by Murray Sayle. Illus. 124pp. 12mo, red cloth, pages throughout are browned from age, but not brittle. Philadelphia: Lippincott, (1968). Very good Account of the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia from August 21 to October 1, 1968.
Munich: Kehayoff, 1999. Illustrated with a profusion of photographs, finely reproduced. 407pp. Short thick folio, gold patterned boards with inset pictorial label (lightly bumped at corners and spine ends; internally fine). Munich: Gina Kehayoff, 1999. First edition in English. A very good(+) copy of this uncommon monograph.
Los Angeles: Cinubia, 1994. Introduction by Farova and edited by Heiting. 73 full-page photographs, handsomely printed. Slim 4to, stiff printed wrappers. (Los Angeles: Cinubia, 1994). First softcover edition. A near fine copy with very slightly roughed corners. A magnificent catalogue, published in conjunction with the touring exhibition.
Barcelon: Fundacio "La Caixa" 1998. Introduction by Antonin Dufek. 120 full-page photographs. 4to, printed wrappers (very slightly rubbed and bumped). Barcelona: Fundacio "La Caixa," 1998. A very good copy(+). Catalogue published in conjunction with the touring exhibition in Spain from September 1998 - February 1999.
Prague: Jako Svou Privni Publikaci, 2000. Color- and b/w-illustrated exhibition catalogue. 94pp. Slim 4to, grey boards with small stone tile mounted on front cover, no dust wrapper (as issued). Text in Czech. Prague: Jako Svou Privni Publikaci, (2000). A near fine copy of this scarce book. Edited by Zuzana Fortova.