VG-, small white sticker back cover. Black wraps. 116 pp. 80+ color, numerous bw plates. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute from Sept. 26 to Oct. 7, 2001 and one other location. An extensively annotated and beautifully illustrated catalogue of 80 works, accompanied by the following essays: "The Art and Science of the Watch" and "Thomas R. and Frederick T. Proctor, Watch Collectors". Also includes an appendix featuring small bw photos of the entire Proctor Timepiece Collection.
Like New. A fresh newlooking copy. Softcover in glossy jacket. Featuring full color illustrations of 80 fabulous watches, and appendix with over 200 smaller black and white photos of the Proctor Timepiece Collection.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 4to. 116pp, profusely illustrated in color and b/w with photos and diagrams, decorated endpapers. Light card covers in pictorial dust-jacket. From the rear cover, The catalog presents 'timepieces that explore the evolution of watchmaking and its relevance to the field of decorative arts. Each of the 80 watches presented is illustrated and interpreted, offering insight about the artisans that crafted them and the individuals and societies who treasured them. '
Illustrated by 80 color plates (220 b/w) 0-915895-23-4. Soft cover. Illustrated stiff cardboard cover. Near fine.; Exhibition of fine watches from the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute. 80 in full color.; Quarto; 116 pp. pages.
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