MURTAGH, William J. MORAVIAN ARCHITECTURE AND TOWN PLANNING. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, (1967. ) 4to. Cloth, dust jacket. xiv, 145 pages. First edition. On eighteenth century Moravian communities in America including Bethleham, Pennsylvania. Very good.
GROLIER CLUB. HEWLETT, Maurice Henry. QUATTROCENTISTERIA: HOW SANDRO BOTTICELLI SAW SIMONE IN THE SPRING. New York: Grolier Club, 1921. 4to. Cloth spine, boards. One of 300 copies. Printed by John Henry Nash, this is one of a series of six books done by emin American printers at the invitation of th Grolier Club. Lessing Rosewald's copy. Browning to head and edge of cover, else very good.
Description: ROYCROFTERS. (THE ROYCROFTERS) HUBBARD, Elbert. IMMANUEL KANT. East Aurora: 1904. 8vo. Cloth spine, boards, paper label. 20 pages. One of the ``Little Journeys'' series. Bookplate, some soiling to cover. read more
Description: GAUGUIN, Paul. NOA NOA. Berlin: Bei Bruno Cassirer, 1925. 8vo. Cloth. (iv), 112 pages, 8 plates. A German language book by the artist Paul Gauguin. Includes eight plates of artists paintings. A good copy. read more
Description: BODLEIAN LIBRARY. GOLD-TOOLED BOOKBINDINGS. Oxford: 1951. 8vo. Wrappers. 7 pages, 24 plates. Introduction by I. G Philip. Bindings are from the fifteenth through the eighteenth centuries. read more
Description: REYNOLDS, James. BAROQUE SPLENDOUR. New York: Creative Age Press, (1950). 4to. Cloth, dust jacket. 271 pages. Fi edition. Illustrated with 18 full-page sanguine paintings in the style of the baroque. Very good. read more
Description: OVERTON, Grant. CARGOES FOR CRUSOES. New York: D. Appleton, (1924). 8vo. Cloth, dust jacket. 416 pages. First edition. Dust jacket is bright but missing pieces at the extremities of spine and on t front panel. read more
Description: WILLIAMS, J. David, (editor). AMERICA ILLUSTRATED. Boston: DeWolf, Fiske, (1883). Large 4to. Publisher's cloth. (ii), 121 pages First edition. Light rubbing and spotting, a good to very good copy only. read more