New York: Morgan Library, 1951. 8vo, pp. 16; 3 full-p. illus., fine in orig. cream self-wrappers. Catalogue of 81 items.
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New York: New York Central Supply Co., [ca. 1978]. Single sheet folded into 6-sided pamphlet, 8vo; three swatches (23 paper samples in all) stapled to pamphlet interior; inoffensive soiling to front, else fine. Names of papers either rubber-stamped or handwritten on sample sheets. Not in OCLC.
New York: New York Central Supply Co., [ca. 1970s]. 4to, pp. 40; black and white illustrations, some photographic, in text throughout; original cream wrappers (very lightly soiled) printed in red and black, fine. Catalogue supplies not only paper, but also handmade stationery, blank books, etching and lithography supplies, etching presses...
New York: The Grolier Club, 1914. 12mo, pp. 74; original cream printed wrappers, very light foxing, small loss to bottom of spine. A very good copy.
New York: American Art Association Anderson Galleries, 1936. 8vo, pp. , 106; original tan wrappers; spine darkened, edgewear to wrappers, otherwise very good.
Woodside, California: Sven H. A. Bruntjen Fine Arts, 1981. Slim 8vo, pp. 18; 50 black & white facsimile illustrations of drawings; about fine in original grey printed wrappers.
Lunenburg, Vt. [privately printed at the] Stinehour Press, 1995. First edition, 4to, pp. 110; pictorial endpapers; illustrated in color throughout; original quarter black goat over red linen sides, covers and spine stamped in gilt; fine in a custom full black Niger clamshell box lettered in gilt on spine and with...
London and Paris: Benjamin Spademan and Benoit Forgeot, 2009. 4to, 222 items, color illustrations, bibliography and index; illustrated tan paper covers, fine.
Rochester, Minnesota: The Doomsday Press, 1976. Limited to 300 copies, square 8vo, pp. 21; fine in original stiff paper wrappers, printed in green and black. A keepsake from an exhibition at the University of Minnesota.
London: Audley House, n.d., [ca. 1963]. Oblong 80, pp. 36; color and black & white illustrations throughout showing the making of the stock, barrels, actions, engraving, cartridges, etc., including order forms, and a selection of models from which to choose; original mailing envelope; fine throughout in original gray decorative wrappers.
San Francisco: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 1978. Edition limited to 2500 copies, oblong 8vo, pp. 91, ; illustrated throughout, some in color; original pictorial wrappers; small stain at the lower outer corner cause some very mild wringling of the pages; all else fine and contained in a black...
London: Sotheby & Co., 1927-28. 4 vols., 8vo; plates, many folding, several in color; original green wrappers; wrappers show some fading and light wear, especially to the spines, still a near very good copy. The first part contains illuminations on vellum, the second part choice and valuable books, principally from...
Chicago: E.H. Stafford & Bros. [ca. 1900]. Bifolium, 4to; illustrated; minor tears from previous folds not affecting text; a good copy. Small trade catalogue from a supplier of home and office furnishings, with particular emphasis on typewriters, of which 17 models are displayed.
New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1935. Edition limited to 1600 copies printed by William E. Rudge's Sons, small 4to, pp. ; 9 photographic illustrations of bindings; original orange wrappers printed in red and black; fine. A catalogue based on the October 1935 exhibition of 54 bindings by Wiemeler with...
Baltimore: Trustees of the Walters Art Gallery, 1949. 4to, pp. xii, , 85, lxxx (black & white plates); frontispiece in color, addenda laid in, extremities have some light creases, spine ends a bit frayed, else very good in original purple printed wrappers with decorative upper cover.
New York: New York Public Library, 1934. Edition limited to 500 copies "reprinted in revised form from the Bulletin of the N.Y.P.L.," 8vo, pp. 32, ; text partially in double column, 5 full-p. illus. on rectos and versos of 3 plates; orig. printed wrappers bound in; contemporary half red calf...
Boston: J.E. Farwell & Co., 1865. Second stereotype edition, thick 8vo, pp. vii-[viii], 902; text in double column; orig. brown cloth gilt; some cracking at extremities, else a good, bright copy; ex-MHS.
Milan: Edizioni l'Archivolto, 1996. Limited to 1500 copies, this is no. 1175, oblong 4to (129 x 269 mm.); grey and purple paper portfolio containing 13 folded loose leaves of photographic plates. Text in English and Italian. No. 2 of the Wunderkammer series. Portfolio has large tear at top right-hand fold...
[Syracuse, N.Y. Masters & Stone, ca. 1885]. Folio, unpaginated; pictorial self wrappers, some toning, shallow tears from previous folds not affecting text. Engraving of a dissected Pease furance "illustrates our Combination Heater, with a portion of out casting broken away to show internal construction and working of the respective pieces"...
Boston: University of Minnesota, 1981. 4to, pp. iv, 493, ; text in double columns, blue cloth with gilt title on spine; near fine; publisher's prospectus laid in. A complete inventory of the collection as of 1980.
London: Melvin Rare Books, n.d., [ca. 1950]. 16mo, pp. ; very good in original red printed wrappers. Bookseller's catalogue of some eighty items by and about Joyce.
[San Francisco, California]: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, . Square 4to, pp. 132; with 80 illustrations in color; publication was issued to accompany touring exhibition (Dec. 1992 - Oct. 1993); fine in pictorial wrappers.
Chicago: printed by order of the Board of Directors, 1902. Tall 8vo, pp. 504; original wrappers bound in contemporary green cloth, paper label on spine; very good. Extensively indexed. Bookplate of Jacob Chernofsky.
Illinois: Lake Forest University, 1954. 8vo, pp. 31, ; title page printed in blue and black; original stiff red printed wrappers, minor water stains along front fore-edge, else a fine copy. Designed by Bruce Rogers. Cover title: "One Thousand Years of Christian Books"
[New York]: American Art Association Anderson Galleries, 1936. 4to, pp. , 337, ; plates, text illustrations; original green paper covered boards; covers darkened and creased, especially the spine, otherwise very good. The sale included the Chaucer and a set of other Kelmscott Press books on velum and Blake's "The book of Thel."