Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. (USA) First American Edition. blk cloth, 221pp, index. 3 text figures; 2 maps, 16 B&W photo plates of art and sculpture. A study of etruscan art and civilization, with careful descriptions of the sculpture, jewelry and paintings fround in the museums of Italy. Originally published in Paris in 1960 this book was printed from the plates of the first English edition; translated by James Hogarth. No markings, Near Fine in clipped Good Dj with spine panel faded. (1.6 FO 0/3.
Very Good in Near Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. viii, 221 pp. Translated from the French by James Hogarth. Cover lightly scuffed. Jacket chipped and creased at upper and lower edges; jacket spine sunned. "....[A]...study of Etruscan art and civilization by a knowledgeable and enthusiastic connoisseur."
Very good in fair dust jacket. Price clipped. Not Library. Not Remainder. Clean text with worn dust jacket. 248pp Very Good Condition HARD COVER. Written by Henry Harrel-Courtes, translated by James Hogarth, published by The Orion Press, NY, 1964, stated first American edition, 248pp. The text is clean with no markings, no folds and no blemishes. The binding is very tight and the spine is solid. The dust jacket has heavy wear with heavy rubbing and missing pieces. The cover has very minor shelf/edgewear with gentle bumping of the spine. Excellent copy with a worn dust jacket. ISBN: None. LCCN: 64-12978. Non-fiction; history; Europe; art; civilization; Veii; Caere; Tarquinia; Tuscania; Vulci; Norchia; Viterbo; Bolensa; Orvieto; Chiusi; Perugia; Umbria; Tuscany; Volterra; Florence; Arezzo; Bologna; Bolsena; Cortona; Lydia; Marzabotto; Orvieto; Spina; Viterbo;
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