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Detroit: Detroit Institute of Arts, 1983. Illustrated throughout in color and black & white. 411pp. Thick & wide 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Detroit: Detroit Institute of Arts, 1983. Slightly worn near spine, still a very good copy. Catalog for a traveling exhibition at The Detroit Institute of Arts (October 3 - November 22, 1981), The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa (December 4, 1981 - January 31, 1982), and Kunstammlungen der Veste Coburg (July 18 - August 5, 1982)...
New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015. 95 works reproduced in full color, most full page, incuding 2 folding plates. xi + 238pp., 4to, decorative boards with front and rear cover cut outs, printed board slipcase. New Haven: Yale University Press, (2015). A fine copy in a fine slipcase. With essays by Jordan Kantor and Adam D. Weinberg and an interview of Frank Stella by Laura Owens.
Newtown: Bird & Bull, 2001. 8vo, handsomely bound in green silk cloth with rust morocco spine and green leather spine label; black cloth slipcase. (Newtown): San Serriffe Publishing (i.e. Bird & Bull), 2001. Limited First Edition - Number 9 of only 200 copies. Contains mounted color photographs, a fold-out broadside & 3 woodcut illustrations by Wesley Bates. Lacking the airmail "letter" from Theodore Bachaus, but otherwise fine.
New York: Colophon, 1932. Various high-quality illustrations and text throughout. Unpaginated. Short 4to, pictorial boards, remnants of onionskin overwrapper. New York: Colophon/Pynson Printers, 1932. Limited first edition -- one of 3000 copies printed. A near fine copy. A notable part of this venerable publication, as it contains the original color woodcut "A Eagle Ceremony at Tesuque Pueblo" by German artist Gustave Baumann, known for his work of the American Southwest.
Nordlingen: Karl Gottlob Beck, 1798. 68; 64 pages. The first 2 (of 7 total) volumes, bound together. Slim 8vo, original plain taupe wrappers, worn (several small library stamps on title, otherwise quite clean). Nordlingen: Karl Gottlob Beck, 1798-1799. First edition. A very good copy of this exceedingly rare history of printing and the book trade in Nordlingin. OCLC lists only partial copies at Yale, Harvard & Cornell. Erstes Stuck: Von der Formschneiderey. Zweites Stuck: Von der Formschneiderey und Buchdruckerkunst...
London: Elliot Stock, 1891. With a Memoir of the Author, and list of his Works, by Talbot B. Reed. Many illustrations, large paper, slim 4to, 3/4 morocco, gilt spine, gilt top. London: Elliot Stock, 1891. Very good (+). The chapter on Judges contains a useful bibliography and facsimile title-pages of a few curious works.
Bloomington: Indiana University Art Museum, 1979. Written in collaboration with James T. Kenny and Fumiko Togasaki. Illustrated throughout in black & white. 184pp. Wide 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Bloomington: Indiana University Art Museum, 1979. Slightly sunned, still a very good(+) copy. Published in conjunction with an exhibition coordinated by Pamela Buell at the Indiana University Art Museum from February 25 - March 25, 1979.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Co., 1898. Decorations By Will Bradley and Adrian Iorio. 32 pages. Tall narrow 8vo, staple-bound wrappers. Printed throughout in red & black. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company & Cambridge: University Press, (1898). First edition. Several small chips and tears at edges and at head of spine, still a very good copy, internally fine. Arranged and Printed for Dodd, Mead & Company by Will Bradley at the University Press, in Cambridge, Mass.
Barre: Imprint Society, 1971. Illustrated throughout with finely printed facsimiles, some folding. Folio, two-toned cloth; publisher's slipcase. Barre, MA: Imprint Society, 1971. Limited first edition. A fine copy in a very good slipcase, slightly edgeworn and sun-faded. Limited edition -- number 655 of 1950 copies, signed by the author.
Barre: Imprint Society, 1971. Illustrated throughout with finely printed facsimiles, some folding. Folio, two-toned cloth; publisher's slipcase. Barre, MA: Imprint Society, 1971. Limited first edition. A fine copy in a very good(-) slipcase, sturdy but edgeworn. Limited edition -- one of 1950 copies, but un-signed and un-numbered.
London: Day & Son, 1865. 20 leaves, each beautifully chromolithographed on single-sided heavy stock in many colors and embellished with gold & silver accents, by W.R.Tymms after designs by W. & G.Audsley. Slim 4to, original purple cloth with very ornate gilt and blind-stamped decorations on covers; spine ends repaired; light foxing to the verso of the plates, which are clean & bright. London: Day & Son, 1865. First edition with these illustrations. A very good(+) copy of this uncommon book.....
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1971. The catalog is a short square 4to in pictorial wrappers, illustrated with photographs and plates in color & b/w. Housed in a lightly shelf-worn white plastic clam-shell box with embossed logo and text. With an essay by Riva Castleman. New York: Museum of Modern Art, (1971). First edition. A very good(+) copy -- somewhat unusual in that all pieces are completely intact. Frontispiece is a 2-color lithographic multiple with printed signature "Target 1970,".....
Middlesex: Private Libraries Association, 1985. With an introductory memoir by Joan Hassall and an appreciation of her technique by George Mackley. 469 black & white illustrations by Joan Hassall. 160pp. Tall 8vo, black cloth. Middlesex: Private Libraries Assocaition, (1985). A near fine copy without a dust wrapper.
Paris: Siege Social - Cercle de la Librairie, 1925. Two volumes. Profusely illustrated throughout, some in color, with samples of finely printed book pages, covers, and drawings. 4to, original brown printed wrappers (edgeworn, especially at spine ends; some signatures starting in second volume); uncut edges. Paris: Siege Social - Cercle de la Librairie, (1926, 1928). Very good. I: Premiere Annee, 1925. Limited edition of 2000 numbered copies. II: Deuxieme Annee, 1926-1927.