Very Good. 1969; one quarter black cloth over paper covered boards; no dust jacket; covers slightly soiled; very light corner wear; gift inscription on front fly; tight binding; Interior clean and unmarked; 8vo-over 7 3/4"-9 3/4" Tall; 91 pages plus several pages of illustrations.
Good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. xvi, 91 p.,  leaves of plates 25 cm. Includes Plates. "Three hundred copies have been printed. " "Contains the slightly revised text of three lectures which Dr. Otto Benesch...gave in March and April 1942 for the Friends of the Harvard library. "--Foreword. "Notes" (bibliographical): p. -84.
Gray boards, no dust jacket. Some type of designed stamp mark on free front endpaper with 1979 penciled underneath. Some erased pencil marks on back free endpaper, otherwise book is clean, crisp and tight. Second Printing. INV#110 VG/no DJ. Originally published in 1943. Based on three lectures given by the author at Harvard.
Very Good. No Jacket. Limited Edition. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 91+pp. Original gray covers w/ black cloth spine. Gilt title on spine. Lightly soiled. Corners bumped. One of 300 copies. Includes a section on b/w illustrations. Contents very nice.
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