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New York: Stone Street, 1987. Thin 8vo, hand sewn gray wrappers with red title label; un-paginated. New York: Stone Street Press (1987). Limited Edition. "Hitler and his men are idealists who want only the very best for Germany." One of 495 copies of this hand-made book, numbered and signed by Malachi McCormick, the publisher.
Lorrach: Distanz, 2017. With an essay by Boris Pofalla. Color illustrations.112 pp., slim 4to, pictorial boards. Lorrach: Distanz, 2107. Fine copy in the original plastic wrap. Printed in Englisch and German. The book presents paintings created between the 1990s and today, with a focus on works from New York, Florida beaches and seascapes, and views from the island of Sylt.
Leipzig: Baedeker, 1923. Illustrated with 30 maps and plans, many folding. 247 pages, 12mo, original gilt-lettered flexible red cloth; marbled page edges, first few pages detached, sticker from the Weltreisebureau Union on front fly-leaf. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1923. Sixth edition. A very good copy.
Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1991. Packed with 750 illustrations, including 164 plates in full-color. 423 pages. Thick 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers (a bit edgeworn and spine somewhat creased as usual, otherwise near fine). Los Angeles: County Museum of Art, (1991). Third Edition. A very good clean copy. Published in conjunction with the 1991 exhibition.
London: British Museum Press, 2002. Illustrated in black and white and color. 317 pages. 4to, glossy pictorial wrappers. London: British Museum Press, (2002). A near fine copy. With contributions by Gunter Grass, Joseph L. Koerner and Ute Kuhlemann. The illustrations include all Durer's Best-known prints as well as numerous drawings and watercolors.