New York: International Center for Photography, 1979. Illustrated with black and white photography throughout. 127 pages, silm wide 8vo, pictorial wrappers. New York: International Center for Photography, 1979. First paperback edition. A near fine copy.
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Lithograph with hand coloring. 10.5" x 15.25". Shows some repairs at verso. In very good condition. An image juxtaposing two leaders, Louis Kossuth of Hungary and Louis Napoleon of France. Kossuth is shown at left holding out the Constitution of Hungary to an adoring crowd; the caption reads, "Kossuth having returned to 'Hungary' achieves the 'Liberty' of 'Fatherland' & is surrounded by the 'Blessings' & Enthusiastic 'Acclamations' of his Liberated People." Napoleon, at right, is running "to England" from an...
Budapest: Art'otel, 2000. Printed endpapers. Illustrated in color. 80 pages, small slim 4to, glossy pictorial boards. A fine copy. A scarce book.
Leipzig: Basedeker, 1929. Handbook for Travellers. 86 maps and plans and 2 panoramas, 518pp., small thick 16mo, red cloth (extremities of spine rubbed, previous owner's name on title page). Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1929. Twelfth Revised Edition. Very Good.
Leipzig: Baedeker, 1911. Illustrated with 71 maps and 77 plans and 2 panoramas. 602pp. Thick 12mo, gilt-lettered red cloth. Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1911. Eleventh edition, revised and augmented. Very good (+).
No Place: Corvina, 1989. Decorative endpapers. Illustrated in color. 91 pages, slim 4to, tan cloth with red and white decorative stamping, dust wrapper. 1989, Corvina. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper.
Illus., 232pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Stein and Day, (1974). Fine.
New York: Whitney Museum, 1961. 97 black and white plates. 120 pages, slim 4to, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper chipped. New York: Whitney Museum of Art, 1961. A very good copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper.
New York: Whitney Museum, 1961. 97 black and white plates. 120pp, slim 4to, yellow cloth (spine faded). New York: Whitney Museum of Art, 1961. Very good (+). With a bold inscription by the artist.
New York: Barnes and Noble, 1974. 263pp., 8vo, cloth, d.w. New York: Barnes and Noble Books, (1974). A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
New York: Art Gallery of the Graduate Center, 2006. Extensively illustrated. 207pp., 4to, pictorial wrappers. New York: Art Gallery of the Graduate Center, The City University of New York, (2006). A fine copy. Presentation copy, to Nan Rosenthal, signed by the author.
New York: Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, 1994. Two volumes. Illustrated. xlvi + 1486 pages, continuous pagination, thick 8vos, black cloth, d.w. New York: Rosenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies, 1994. Revised and enlarged edition. A fine set in near fine dust wrappers.
New York: William Morrow, 1988. 8vo, 1/2 white cloth, d.w. New York: William Morrow, (1988). Very good.
London: J. Cary, 1808. Map. Hand-colored engraving. 10 1/2" x 12 1/2". From the 1814 edition, this beautiful quarto size map of Hungary in the early 19th century clearly outlines the different regions of what is now nostalgically referred to as "large Hungary," before the Treaty of Trianon in 1920 which redefined the boundaries to reflect Hungary's modern borders. The map discriminates between Lower Hungary, Upper Hungary, Transylvania, Croatia, and Sclavonia. A pink line divides Hungary and Germany, because Austria...
London: John Cary, 1811. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 17.75" x 20.25". Detailed map of the Austrian Empire. Overall toning, full original margins.
Amsterdam: Henri Chatelain. Map. Uncolored engraving. 20" x 25.5". Shows some light foxing and small tears along original fold lines, otherwise in very good condition. Interesting map of Hungary from the early 18th century. Shows from Vienna and Zagreb in the west to Bosnia and Temesvar in the south, Transylvania in the east, and the Carpathian Mountains and Poland in the north. Very detailed regarding bodies of water, with rivers and lakes emphasized heavily. Denotes regions, cities and towns, mountain...
Venice: Vincenzo Coronelli, 1690. Map. Uncolored engraving. Sheet measures 13 3/4" x 19 3/4". This is a beautiful and rare map of Komarno or Komárno in Slovakia depicting the historic fortress where the Waag River flows into the Danube. The fortress, once part of the Kingdom of Hungary (later Austria-Hungary) now lies on the Slovakia. Created from the division of the city of Komarno , the Hungarian city on the opposite bank of the Danube is also called Komarno or...
New York: Viking, 1963. Illustrated. xi + 459pp., 8vo, cloth. New York: The Viking Press, (1963). A very good (+) copy.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1929. Preface by Dr. Ales Hrdlicka. Color frontispiece and 63 black-and-white illustrations. Small unpaginated 8vo, blue cloth with red stamping (spine faded; top of spine worn; news article on De Kubinyi's art pasted onto the front free endpaper). New York: Frederick A. Stokes Co., 1929. First edition. Very good(-) condition. Inscribed on the blank page across from the half-title: "To Alton A. Gulkis, I should have put down just your first name, but anyway...
University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1998. Illus. 8vo, green cloth, d.w., cloth lightly soiled. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, (1998).
Budapest: George Vajna, 1935. Translated by Frances Shires. Ten original colored etchings by Lidia Farkas and Zoltan Poharnok. Thin 8vo, unpaged, bound in linen with an embroidered decoration. Budapest: Dr. George Vajna & Co., n.d. (ca.1935). Limited Edition. Number 103 of 250 copies signed by both artists. The etchings are printed by hand-press and are hand-colored. Small damp-stain on the upper corner of the binding, otherwise a fine copy of this exquisite and quite rare book, printed in Hungary.
Philadelphia: Young & Delleker, 1824. Map. Hand colored engraving. 10 1/4" x 13 1/2". Detailed map of Austria and surrounding dominions. Beautifully depicts the borders of what would become the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Lake Balaton in Hungary is labeled as Platten See (in German) and the map includes the Italian provinces of Lombardy, Tyrol, and Venice, as well as modern day Croatia, Slovenia, Transylvania (Romania), others. Anthony Finley (c. 1790-1840) was a prominent American cartographic publisher in the early 19th century...
1947. Philadelphia, 1947.
Washington: National Gallery of Art, 2005. Illustrated with 4 color plates, 112 tritones, and 135 duotones. xiv, 302 pages. Very thick square 4to, red cloth, d.w. Washington: National Gallery of Art in association with Princeton UP, (2005). First edition. A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Paris: Librairie Central des Beaux-Arts, 1904. 3 photolithographic plates, 26 text illustrations. 47pp. Thin folio, moire cloth, (sun tanned and rubbed, interior fine). Paris: Librairie Central des Beaux-Arts, 1904. Contains representations of hussars from the armies of many nations.