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Description:Very good in very good dust jacket. Covers slightly sunned else...Very good in very good dust jacket. Covers slightly sunned else is in Very Good condition withno writings or marks. Jacket has flap creases and a couple of closed tears else is in Very Good condition. Brodart jacket protector. 214 pages bound in blue cloth boards with dust jacket. Illustrations & photographs
Description:Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 11.25" x 9" [Art-16]. 214 pp....Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 11.25" x 9" [Art-16]. 214 pp. Hardcover bound in boards with dust jacket. Moderate shelf-wear; jacket has minor edge-wear and blemishes; previous owner name on front endpaper.
Description:Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover. 214 pages, 52 color...Very Good in Very Good jacket. Hardcover. 214 pages, 52 color and 210 b&w photographs. Wrinkle to lamination on dust jacket front panel, two paper clip impressions to front fly leaf, otherwise very good in a very good dust jacket.
Description:Boston, New York Graphic Society, (1978). Quarto, cloth, fine in...Boston, New York Graphic Society, (1978). Quarto, cloth, fine in edgecreased d/w, colour and b&w plates, pp. 214. ISBN 0-8212-0740-7.
Description:Salman, William J. (photog) Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 4to....Salman, William J. (photog) Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 4to. ix, 214pp, index, 253 ills (52 col). Or green cloth in jacket. Small sticker on front pastedown, slight edge wear to jacket. Celebrates the silver jewelry of the Navaho and Pueblo indians presenting over 300 objects usually hidden in museum storerooms. Discusses the history of this jewelry from 1868, when the Navajos were restored to their homeland, to 1930, when tourist demand and mass production ended the innovative first phase of the craft. Explores the early design sources in Spanish, Mexican and Plains Indian work, traces the cultural development from pastime to esteemed profession, and notes the Pueblo indians contribution-the sophisticated use of turquoise.
Description:Near Fine+ in Near Fine+ jacket. 214 pages, illustrated with 52...Near Fine+ in Near Fine+ jacket. 214 pages, illustrated with 52 color and 201 black & white photographs. An historical and cultural record of silver and turquoise jewelry making of the Navajo and Pueblo Indians.
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