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New York: Harper, 1972. Introduction by Peter Scott and preface by Jean Rostand. Illustrated with numerous mounted glossy color photographs. 125pp. Short square folio, green- lettered brown burlap. New York: Harper & Row, (1972). First American edition. A near fine copy of this interesting book. Created and produced by Edita Lausanne.
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1976. Illustrated (b/w). 202 pages, 4to., black cloth, d.w. Inscribed first edition. Boston: New York Graphic Society/Little Brown & Co., 1976. A near fine copy in a near fine wrapper. Inscribed on half-title page by the author: "inscribed for my wonderful friends [...] (with Odilon Redon looking on-) Billy Justema August 28, '85"
Kyoto: Kyoto Shoin, 1994. Well-illustrated with b/w diagrams and some color plates. 360 pages with text mostly in Japanese but with captions also in English; there is also a 20 page staple-bound pamphlet inserted as a "Guide for English-Language Readers." Tall 8vo, gilt-lettered ivory silk and housed in a colorful decorative board slipcase. Kyoto: Kyoto Shoin, 1994. First edition. A very scarce book, inscribed by the author on front endpaper. Fine.
Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann, 1950. 2 volumes - Text and Plates. xii, 538; xxiipp of text in German. Illustrated with 34 drawings and 297 photographic plates, many showing multiple pieces. Thick 8vos, original gray cloth, neatly rebacked in blue cloth. Frankfurt am Main: Vittorio Klostermann, (1950). First edition. Pages uniformly toned, otherwise a very good(+) solid copy, with ownership signatures of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Livorno: Societa Editrice Tirrena, 1943. Illustrated with 100 b/w plates and 10 in color; folding map at rear. 355 pages with text in Italian. Tall 8vo, blue cloth with ornate gilt-stamped covers (light wear at corners; inner paper hinge re-enforced). Livorno: Societa Editrice Tirrena, (1943). First edition. A very good copy. Limited edition -- number 382 of 500 copies, signed by the author.
Paris: Savoy, 1885. Extraits du Grande Ouvrage L'Art Arabe de Prisse d'Avesnes [sic]. Choisis, classes et arranges par les editeurs. Half title, title, and 4pp list Beautifully illustrated with 110 numbered plates (actually 98 as the 12 double-page plates are counted as two), 87 of which are vivid chromolithographs. Folio, leather backed mottled boards with gilt-lettered spine (boards rubbed ; inner front hinge repaired; interior quite clean). Paris: J. Savoy & Cie, 1885. A very good copy. Scarce first printing...
New York: Abrams, 1971. Photographs by H. Landshoff. With 203 illustrations, including 82 mounted color plates and handsomely printed photogravures. Thick oblong 4to, blue gilt-stamped silk cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Abrams, (no date, circa 1971). Reprint edition, indicated by the ISBN number on rear panel of dust wrapper. A very good(+) copy.