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Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ, 1988. Hardcover (with jacket), pp. 260, 23 x 15 cm, EX-LIBRARY, two-tone jacket in mylar with illustration "A Bit of Germantown" by M. Lamb. Condition is Good in Very Good, book is square and sound with typical library markings, 2 pages observed with pencil, jacket light soiling and sticker. A rare book delving into public health issues of a grand 19th century city - a treasure trove for researchers.

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John Howell Books, San Francisco, 1971, First Edition. Large Hardcover, lacking dust jacket, unpaginated, c. 300 pages of images, Very Good condition, all images clean and crisp,bottom corners slightly bumped, tiny soil mark on front edge, some foxing on top edge. Edward Borein was one of a handful of early Western artists who was actually born in the West. As a young man he roamed the western states and territories and much of Mexico, working as a cowboy and using his artistic talent to record these experiences. Developing a deep affection for the West, and nurtured by his free lifestyle as a cowboy, he soon became known as a facile and spontaneous recorder of cowboy and Indian life.

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  • Edition: Limited Edition (2nd Printing)
  • Book condition: Very Good+
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Limited Editions Club, New York, Limited Edition 1932. Number 42 of 500 copies made for members of the American Institute of Graphic Arts as a collaboration between Merganthaler Linotype Compnay, George McGibbin & Son of Brooklyn, and the Walpole Printing Office of New Rochelle. Printed as the "first showing on the new Linotype version of Janson type", on Hands and Arrows paper, tan paper-covered boards, black label with gilded edges, pp. 42 plus limitation notice, prospectus loosely inserted. Very Good condition, 3.5 inch fine crack in cover joint, thumbmark on cover, else Fine. A fascinating work for graphic artists, printers, bookbinders and bibliophiles in general.

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Volume 1 (1940-1951) - Joyce Record Club, Zephyr Hills, Florida, 1984, 1st edition, 2nd printing, paperback in pale blue illustrated wraps, original staple binding with tape reinforcement, pp. 55 (text), 9 (index), Fine - minute soil spots on cover; Volume 2 (1952-1959) - Joyce Record Club, Zephyr Hills, Florida, 1984, 1st edition, 1st printing, paperback in pale pink illustrated wraps, original staple binding with tape reinforcement, pp. 55 (text), 9 (index), Fine. Volume 3 (1960-1979) - Joyce Record Club, Zephyr Hills, Florida, 1991, 1st edition, 1st printing, paperback in pale yellow illustrated wraps, original staple binding with tape reinforcement, pp. 42 (text), 10 (index), Fine. As a pianist, composer, arranger and band leader, Stan Kenton led an innovative and influential jazz orchestra (1940s through '70s) garnering many successes across several music genres. Though Kenton was to have several pop hits from the early 1940s into the 1960s, much like earlier band leader Paul ... Read more

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Felix Buhot: Catalogue Descriptif de son Ouevre Grave

Gustave Bourcard and James Goodfriend

  • Book condition: Near Fine
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Martin Gordon, Inc. New York 1979, hardcover, 24 x 20 x 2 cm, without jacket, complete with Goodfriend's English introduction, reproduction of Boucard 's original French language 1899 work (pp. 124) with many B&W illustrations, and a neatly attached additions and revisions pamphlet in English, also by Goodfriend. Boards are covered in a handsome coarsely grained cream cloth, gold lettering on spine and cover, which also features red device. Condition is Near Fine with just a few specks - imperfections, possibly minor soil - to the covers which is endemic to the book's design.Text is clean and crisp throughout. This catalogue raisonné is an elegant tribute to the celebrated French artist and print-maker.

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  • Edition: First
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Harper & Row, New York, 1st Edition, 1977. Hardcover with dust jacket, 22 x 15 x 3 cm, pp. 297, black cloth boards with grey cloth overlay, publisher's 1817 device on upper board, jacket design by Wendell Minor. Near Fine in Good DJ. Small stain on top edge, faint lean to spine, jacket has small closed tear (front top) and water stain on rear. Richard Claxton Gregory is now recognized for the powerful Afrian American voice he was, at the forefront of political activism in the 1960s, when he protested the Vietnam War and racial injustice.

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Klinkhardt & Biermann, Leipzig, 1924 (German language), Band 45 (first edition), pictorial stiff card boards decorated with period geometric design (paper), cloth backstrip, octavo, 21 x 15 cm, portrait frontispiece and 32 black and white plates, 12 pages text with illustrations (including drawing of Charlie Chaplin). Very Good Condition, shows well, pages clean, binding firm, light wear to backstrip top and bottom, and extremities, fading/toning to cover edges. In 1907, the art historian Georg Biermann and the publisher Werner Klinkhardt founded the Klinkhardt & Biermann publishing bookstore in Leipzig. The series "Junge Kunst" (New Art), a modern art-historical collection of bibliophile monographs on the European avant-garde of the early 20th century, caused a sensation. There were already proven but also developing artists such as Max Pechstein, Pablo Picasso, Emil Nolde, Heinrich Campendonk, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Otto Dix, Oskar Kokoschka, Vincent van Gogh or Paul Klee. Fr ... Read more

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