New York: privately printed, 1927. First edition limited to 310 copies of which this is no. 255, 8vo, pp. xi, , 219, ; plain photographic frontispiece, 9 plates; original black cloth-backed boards (some soiling), gilt-lettered sheep spine label; bookplate on front pastedown; very good and sound.
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New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1974. Second edition, 8vo, pp. 168; photographic illustrations throughout; a do-it-yourself book for beginners and children; fine in green paper covered boards with price-clipped and slightly toned dust jacket.
Los Angeles: William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, 1955. 8vo, pp. viii, 22, 23, ; facsimile reprints, introduction printed from typescript; original brown printed wrappers, pencil ownership at head of upper cover, else near fine. Augustan Reprint Society Publication no. 49. Cover title: "Two St. Cecilia's Day Sermons (1696-1697)"
London: Robert Hale Limited, . First edition, 4to, pp. viii, 14, 48; 48 leaves of photographic illustrations of women from India, Japan, Thailand, China and Japan, etc. With an introduction and commentary by Jane Everard. A near fine copy in original red cloth, pictorial dust jacket.
London: Dulau & Co., 1883. First edition, 8vo, 198-pp., numerous illustrations in the text; extremities rubbed, a few pages partially unopened, corners bumped, top of spine chipped, spine scuffed and rubbed, else a good, sound copy in orig. brown cloth, t.e.g. Contents include a chronology of the artist, glossary, biographical.....
[London]: Merrell, . First edition, 4to, pp. 208; color photographic illustrations throughout; original boards in pictorial dust jacket; fine.
New York: Xavier Moreau, . First edition, 4to, pp.  plus 40 color photographic illustrations; fine copy in the dust jacket.
London & Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1973. First edition, 8vo, xiii & 465pp., a fine copy in the dust-jacket. Part of the publisher's Critical Heritage Series containing reviews and articles published between 1858 to 1897 concerning, chiefly, Morris's literary reputation.
London: George Bell & Sons, 1899. Edition limited to 360 copies sold to America of which this is no. 22, folio, pp. xv, . 108; photographic frontispiece, 74 plates; additional text illustrations, many full page, throughout; modern green cloth, gilt-lettered spine, t.e.g.; ex-Hill Library with usual markings, else a fine copy.
Afton: Afton Historical Society Press, 1999. First edition limited to 1000 copies, color illustrations; large 4to, pp. 315; original cloth, mounted color plate on upper cover, red morocco gilt-lettered spine label, pictorial die-cut dust jacket, maroon paper slipcase; fine.
Venezia: appresso Antonio Mora, 1747. First edition, 8vo, pp. , 308 (but lacking K3-K6, i.e. pp. 149-56, and with a 18th century handwritten note to this effect bound in at the spot); engraved allegorical frontispiece, engraved vignette title-p. printed in red and black, 33 engraved plates (31 of them folding)...
[Suffolk]: Antique Collectors' Club Ltd., . First edition, 4to, pp. 199; map endpapers, numerous photographic illustrations; a fine copy in original olive cloth lettered in gilt on upper cover and spine, pictorial dust jacket. "One hundred individual carpets woven in Israel, Iran, Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Bulgaria and Ukraine are illustrated...
[Northumberland, UK]: Ken Ferguson, [n.d. ca. 1994]. First edition, one of sixty copies, 8vo; 10 handcolored plates; fine in cloth-backed pictorial boards, dust-wrapper. A beautiful hand bound book with Ferguson's bold illustrations of families at the sea side and poetry by Anne Jones.
London: Edward Stanford, 1861. First edition, 8vo, pp. xv, , 473, ; 2 lithograph portraits, 6 plates (1 a chromolithograph), plus a number of wood-engraved illustrations in the text; bound without the half-title or the ads in half red morocco over marbled boards, gilt-lettered direct on gilt-decorated spine, t.e.g.; perforated...
Flushing, NY: Paul A. Stroock, 1960. Edition limited to 400 copies; 8vo; pp. , 433; 19 illustrations; very good in good, chipped dust jacket with loss on back panel.
San Jose, NM: Desert Rose Press, 1995. Revised and expanded edition of Bone Songs by Claire Van Vliet (Janus Press, 1992), 8vo, pp. 41, ; illustrations throughout; fine in original printed gray wrappers.
Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art, 1982. 4to, pp. 271; exhibition catalog describing and reproducing (some in color) one hundred items from the Rosenwald collection. Pictorial paper wrappers, light shelf wear. "Published in conjunction with the exhibition Lessing J. Rosenwald: Tribute to a Collector held at the National Gallery of...
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989. First American edition, small folio, pp. ; photographically illustrated throughout; fine in original pictorial wrappers. Nico, Edie, Dylan, Dali, and all the rest in candid poses.
London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1909. 3 volumes, 8vo, pp. xvi, 178, ; 163, ; 156. ; color frontispiece, numerous colored plates, numerous text illustrations in color and black & white, endpapers lightly foxed, slight rubbing at spine extremities, else a near fine set bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in...
Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd., . Large 4to, pp. , 237, ; maps, color photographic illustrations; original pictorial wrappers; fine. Published in association with the Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe.
New York: Braziller, 1960. First edition, 8vo, pp. 128; illus.; original gray cloth backed paper covered boards; library numerals on cover, library stamp on title and on last page; else fine.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892. First edition, 8vo, pp. xvii-[xviii], 435; portrait frontis, 17 plates; rear hinge starting, else very good in orig. brown buckram, t.e.g.; ex-MHS.
London: Society for Theatre Research, 1967. First edition, 8vo, pp. 117; photographic frontispiece portrait; the spine very slightly faded with a small tear at lower end, but all else clean, crisp, and very good in original stiff orange wrappers printed in black.
[Japan]: Taniguchi Jimusho, 1989. 4to, pp. 151, ; color and black and white illustrations throughout, captions and preliminaries in Japanese and English; perfect bound in illustrated paper covers. Fine. A catalog that accompanied a travelling exhibit of Japonisme prints, featuring Riviere, Roussel, Martin, and others.
New York: Forbes & Co., Ltd. [and] sold exclusively in the United States by Jas. E. O'Neill, 1902. Edition limited to 750 sets (this being set no. 62), 3 pictorial green cloth portfolios (approx 17" x 13") containing a total of 196 gravure plates; 1 portfolio rebacked, the other 2...