Good in Poor jacket. 6.5 x 9.25. Dj has heavy edge wear, numerous short tears, creases and small pieces missing, scattered soil, book has minor wear, corners and ends of spine bumped and lightly rubbed, binding tight, ink writing on front free end paper, rest of pages unmarked, xii + 86 pages including index, history of fabric designs created by using dye to resist coloring as it was developed into a high art form in Java with explanation of how they are created, a few bw illustrations.
Fair in poor dust jacket. viii, 86 p.,  leaves of plates: ill., chart; 25 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Charts, Plates. 4th printing (1921); nice condition for the most part; binding is not great; rubbing in areas.
Mijer, Pieter., Dodd, Mead & Co., 1919, c1919, 1st Edition, cloth, front inner hinge started, slight foxing o/w good+, 86 pps w/index, B & W illus., 9 1/2' x 6', 'Batik is not so crude a method of decorating material as many people have thought...' $15.00.
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