Bay City MI: North American Construction Company, 1915. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Original edition, decorated covers, 128p (130 if you count the covers), stapled spine. Solid, clean condition. Amply illustrated. Hundreds of model houses, many in the Colonial Revival, Prairie or Art & Crafts style. WHY PAY MORE FOR A....
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Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1889. Half Vellum. both covers detached, but text block and plates beautifully clean, corners bumped and edges a bit worn, a good candidate for rebinding.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1927. Hardcover. A beautifully preserved copy, apparently unread, in dustjacket and publishers slipcase with pictorial pastedwon. The only features that are not in the condition as issued are chips in dw at spine top and corners and the light soiling of the slipcase. The collectible copy.
Paris: Auguste Vincent, 1925. Presumed First Edition. Unbound. 34 page pamphlet stapled spine followed by 161 plates of designs, plans and diagrams. In hinged twp panel case, cloth spine, marbleized boards, cloth ties.
Washington: The Textile Museum, 1980. First Edition. Cloth. a few closed tears, else clean, a gift inscription on the title page that apepars to be from one of the editors.
NY: Praeger Publishers, 1971. First US Edition. Hardcover. An apparently unused copy. Fine in sl rubbed/soiled dw.
Tokyo: Gihodo, 1959. First Edition. Hardcover. 1959 annual for the Japanese Industrial Designers Assoction. 4t, pub rust cloth, no dustjacket (as issued?). 175p + 26p (ads). Illustrtaed in b7w showing range of Japanese industrial design - vehilces (Nissan, Toyota) heavy machinery (Mazda, Mitsubishi), optical instruments (Nicca, Canon), acoustic instruments (Yamaha...
NY/LA: Praeger in association with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1973. First Edition. Hardcover.
New York, NY, U.S.A. Harry N. Abrams Incorporated, 1984. First Edition. Hardcover.
NY: Oxford University Press, 1942. First Edition. Pub Cloth. An apparently unused copy in better than very good dw, with slight loss at spine head. THE collectible copy.
Banca Nazioanle Del Lavoro, 1957. First Edition. Hardcover. True first edition, apparentlyunused copy, some spotting to faux white vellum covers in near fine dustwrapper in cloth-backed publishers slipcase that is worn, soiled and split at one side. 263 pages, including 86 tipped-in color plates.
London: The Medici Society with Lawrence & Bullen, 1925. Polished Buckram, Gilt Titles. Original four volumes, folio. Uniform red polished buckram cloth, gilt titles, gte. Uniformly better than very good boards showing modest soiling, internally near fine. Neat nameplate ffe each volume. NOT EX-LIB.
NY: Viking, 1966. First Edition Limited. Hardcover. 4to, full niger morocco gilt. One of 200 copies, SIGNED by the author. As new, apparently unused copy, in near fine cloth slipcase trimmed in morocco.
New York: The Osgood Art School, 1891. Fourth Enlarged Edition. Soft cover. This particular copy is unique because it does not have the typical corrected tipped in copyright, but instead has an incomplete copyright statement that caused the author a great deal of trouble. The book was the subject of...
Wiesbaden: Ebeling Verlag, 1976. Cloth. small pieces missing at spine ends and corners, plus a small triangular piece missing on back, internally fine, no previous owner markings.
Ravensburg Otto Maier 1954. Hardcover. First edition. 4to. Cloth boards, pressed titles, pictorial dw. 368p. Profusley illustrtaed w/ drawings, diagrams, plans, etc. for all manner of decorative details and furnishings of the Fifties house: bedrooms, dining sets, doorways, cabinets, chairs, etc. Fine in very good dw.
Flagstaff AZ: Northland Press, 1979. First Edition. Hardcover. An apparently unused copy, fine in fine dw.
NY: Steuben Glass (Corning Glass Works), 1987. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Fine, unused exhibition catalog, of Steuben's crystal pieces featuring Inuit or Eskimo themes, the primary interest of Steuben's then president, James Houston.
NY: Harry N. Abrams, 2007. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Neat gift inscription lower edge of half title, else an apparently unused book.