VG (Name of former owner written on first flyleaf, otherwise quite clean. ) Cream cloth; tan and dark green and color illus. DJ. ix, 387 pp. 324 color & bw plates. This collection of ten essays examines the introduction and evolution of the fraktur tradition in one significant, highly productive, and influential corner of that region. Presents the very latest in fraktur scholarship. Very nicely illustrated.
Fine in fine jacket. "2001 reprint of the original that was ""distributed to members of the Pennsylvania German Society as a benefit of membership for the calendar year 1999."" Hardcover, 4to., 387 pp. Profusely illustrated in color. Fine in fine dust jacket, which is housed in a protective mylar wrap."
Fine in Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Ivory cloth, lettered in burgundy. As issued. Color illus. dust jacket as issued, now in archival mylar. Color photos throughout. 367 pp. Superlative reference on the indigenous PA German art form, with lovely examples from the collection of the Mercer Museum in Doylestown and other southeastern PA collections. Magnificently illustrated. Though recent, on the short list of essential titles for all fraktur or folk art collections.
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