Original McGraw-Hill hardcover editions of these interesting books complete with dustwrappers. Many photographs (160 in each volume). Handsomely decorated boards. Books are in very good condition with minor wear on wrappers. Former owner's name on front pastedowns. Price includes free media mail shipping in the USA.
A heavily illustrated, handsome quarto size book dealing with a subject on which there is little other reference material. Published in 1991 it should find a place in any good library devoted to American furniture and folk art. This copy is in very good condition with minor wear showing at the spine ends and some wear damage at the top of the dust jacket, including a clean two-inch tear at the left side which can be seen in the scan...
Interesting small catalog from sale titled "A Group of Important Georgian Silver" held on Friday, May 16, 1941, at Parke-Bernet Galleries on East 57th Street. The silver was property of Parish-Watson & Co., Inc., of New York "to be sold consequent on the death of M. Parish-Watson, Esq. The 24-page booklet is self-bound and contains listings of 31 lots and photographs of most of them. A nice period piece for collectors and dealers.
This is flyer or program from the original production of Marco Millions by The Theatre Guild Acting Company for the week beginning November 19, 1928. The play was by Eugene O'Neill, possibly America's greatest playwright and winner of the Nobel Prize for literature. This piece is in very good condition with one fold. It measures 9 by 3½ inches. If you want to see a scan of the other side, we can send it to you by email on request.
Tiffany Wisteria and Dragonfly lamps as well as floor lamps and a lot of rare favrile glass plus Steuben, etc. Softcover. 7" x1 0", 49 pages, 179 lots, color and black and white illustrations; prices realized list included. Very Good condition. Auction was held October 30, 1970 on New York City by Parke-Bernet, predecessor to Sotheby's.
This is the December/January 1994 issue of this nicely done magazine which was published for 15 years from March 1981 to March 1996. Interesting and well-done articles and beautifully illustrated advertising. The table of contents of the issue: Cover: Konya kilim Lead Article: Tracking the Archetype, by Marla Mallett Technique-generated designs and their mutant offspring The Second Grand Persian Conference and Exhibition, by Murray L...
This is a classic reference work on American antique furniture, referred to in the trade as "Good, Better, Best" because of the classifications used in it by the author, Albert Sack, one of the most famous dealers in American antiques. With more than 800 illustrations, it has gone through zillions of printings and revisions. This is the 14h printing from 1971 (Not much 18th century furniture has been made since then) and it is in virtually mint condition...
Slim but wonderful catalog of Christie's sale of this fabled item in New York on October 20, 1997. Included is a fascinating essay on the piece with many illustrations.
HARDCOVER Christie's Catalogue for "Magnificent Regency Silver and Silver-Gilt" from the collection of Alan and Simone Hartman. Useful for reference. Sale was held in New York on October 20, 1999, Includes interesting essays on the Regency and luxury retailers of the Regency period. Price of $15 includes free media mail shipping within the USA.
Catalog for the August 4, 1995 auction of the collection of Joseph and Hazel Marcus at the Ebenezer Alden House in Union, Maine, held by James D. Julia, Inc. Includes list of prices realized. Catalog is in very good condition with some notes written in it. An interesting catalog of one of the more important estate sales of antiques in recent Maine history. Shipment by Media Mail in the USA will be $3.00.
Catalog of sale of Important 19th and 20th Century American Paintings and Bronzes From the Collection of the Late Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge, held by Sotheby Parke Bernet in New York on October 31, 1975. Some price notations in catalog and partial name on cover, otherwise generally a very good copy. the...
Classic book on subject, HARDCOVER, quarto volume, America's Quilts and Coverlets by Carleton L. Safford and Robert Bishop, published by Weathervane Books, New York, 1974. Profusely illustrated. Very good condition with some fraying and minor tears to dust jacket. Price includes free Media Mail shipping within the USA.
Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers by Mantle Fielding has been a standard reference on American artists since its original publication in 1926. This is the 1974 revision published by Modern Books and Crafts, Inc. of Green Farms, Connecticut. ISBN: 0-913274-03-8. There is a $25 store sticker on the inside flap of the dust jacket. In excellent condition with only some very minor wear to extremities of dj.
Catalog for the auction of the M. Austin & Jill R. Fine Collection held by Northeast Auctions in Manchester, NH, on August 7, 2010. An interesting and important collection of tinware, creamware, pearlware, folk art, brass and furniture. Fully illustrated in color. Includes list of prices realized.
Beautiful large (quarto) book loaded with 150 pictures about Columbia, South Carolina (SC)-- architecture, organizations, people. By award-winning journalist Bill McDonald who "serves up South Carolina's handsome -- and neighborly -- capital city." Corporate profiles by Frank Giardina. ISBN 0-9628128-5-4 with $39.50 price on flap of dust jacket.
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Stated First Edition of Hardcover in dustwrapper by the illustrious correspondent. Published in 1964 by McGraw-Hill Book Company. 306 pp. Dustwrapper is in very good condition with clean one-inch tear at top. Shipping by media mail will be $4.00 within the USA.
A compilation of favorite recipes from the Schwenksville, Pennsylvania, club covering the years 1916 to 1991, published to mark the its 75th anniversary. Fifty-three pages of recipes plus history of the club and cooking information. Book is spiral-bound and in excellent condition with no writing or notes on the recipes.
"14 FASCINATING WALKS THAT FOLLOW THE PATHS OF THE MOST WIDELY READ MYSTERY WRITERS, THEIR SLEUTHS AND CHARACTERS." -- from the cover. Authors are Alzina Stone Dall and Barbara Sloane Hendershott. Walks are: Bath, Brighton, Cambridge, Canterbury, Dorchester/Charmouth, Ely, Greenwich/Blackheath, Newmarket, Oxford, Salisbury, Shrewsbuy, Stratford-on-Avon, Thames River trip, and Windsor/Eton/Ascot. Includes maps. Endpapers are maps of England...