North Andover, MA: Merrimack Valley Textile Museum, 1980. Frontis, 121p, illustrations. 23cm. Softcover. A fine copy.
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Trondheim: F. Bruns Bokhandels Forlag, 1951. 123p, illustrations. 24cm. Printed paper boards with title label on the fron cover. In near fine condition.
Paris: ICI Consultants, 2008. 254p, illustrations. 29cm. Red cloth; dust jacket. Text in French and English. Corners slightly bumped. In near fine condition.
New York: Abrams, 1989. 272p, illustrations, bibliography, index. 29cm. Black cloth; dust jacket. A fine copy in a near fine jacket.
Copenhagen: Evan Jensen, . 8p, illustrations. 21cm. Self wrappers. Stapled paper. Slight corner fold, slightly soiled. In very good condition.
Carlisle, PA: Cumberland County Historical Society, 1995. 212p, illustrations, index. 28cm. Red cloth, titling in black. An unread copy as new.
New York: Abrams, 1995. 304p, illustrations, index. 30cm. Black cloth; dust jacket. Superficial scratch on the front of the jacket. Still, an unread copy, as new.
Vienna: Anton Schroll. 112p, illustrations, 44 plates in color, black and white, and double pages [missing 8, 13]. 32 cm. Portfolio with brown cloth spine and orange card covers with titling on the spine and illustration on the front cover; text bound in brown cloth back; plates are loose; ribbon ties. Corners, bumped, skinned; plates show wear at the edges. Still in very good condition.
Vienna: Anton Schroll. 96p, illustrations, 48 plates in color, black and white, and double page [missing 3, 4, 7]. 32cm. Portfolio with brown cloth spine and orange card covers with titling on the spine and illustration on the front cover; text bound in brown cloth back; plates are loose; ribbon ties. Corners, bumped, skinned; several plates stained at the edges with some impact; one plate ragged at the bottom edge. Still in very good condition.
Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University, 1987. 93p, , fold out map, illustrations, bibliography. 28cm. One in an edition of 1500 copies. Softcover. A near fine copy.
New York: Scribners, 1897. xxii, , 204p, plates, indexed. 24cm. First edition. Marbled boards. Missing backstrip; boards detached; bookplate on the front cover paste down; otherwise the text block is intact and suitable for rebinding. A fair copy.
Devon: David & Charles, 1995. 160p, illustrations. 31cm. Blue cloth; dust jacket. A fine copy.
Paris: Editions d'Art Charles Moreau, 1939. , 48 plates. 33 cm. Portfolio of blue cloth back and illustrated paper boards, titling in brown and black. Front cover foxed; edges rubbed; library perforation on all plates at the margin; penciled notation on the verso of the plates. In better than good condition.
Litonor, 2005. 147p, illustrations. 23x25cm. Illustrated hardcover. Slight bump to one corner. An unread copy, as new.
New York: Tod Hunter, ca. 1930. 17p, illustrations. 28cm. Illustrated stapled card. Corner crease on bottom cover. In very good condition.
New York: H & D Press, 1986. 254p, illustrations. 31cm. Limited edition. Black cloth; dust jacket; black ribbon marker. Inscribed and signed by Robert De Falco on the verso of the title page.
Adams County Quilt Project Committee, 1993. 132p, illustrations, index of quilts. 28cm. Cased in red cloth with gilt titling. This copy signed by the authors on the title page. In fine condition.
New York: Farber Brothers, 1941. 47p, illustrations. 30cm. Pictorial stapled card. Spine crease, corners bumped, slightly rubbed. In very good condition.
New York: Gotham Book Mart, 192? Volume X. Title page and 30 loose brightly colored pochoir plates mounted individually or in groups on black card, blue label in the corner of each mount with volume and plate number. Complete. 31cm. Housed in a portfolio of green binder's tape back and card. Missing the original portfolio. Former library copy with marks on portfolio only; mounts are chipped as usual; plates are exceptional. Produced in Germany by Christian Stoll and H. Scmittner, published by Christian Stoll. Plates provide samples of wallpaper patterns and exemplify contemporary German design.
Paris: Administration et Redaction, 1906. 236p, illustrations, plates, color plate, Les Salons de "L'art Decoratif." 28cm. Quarter dark green morocco and marbled paper boards; raised bands, title in gilt. Includes the color lithograph by T. Laumonnerie. Spine slightly faded, rubbed, edges rubbed, paper of concluding section browned. In very good condition.
Paris: Ch. Delagrave, 1901. Engraved frontispiece, vii, 130p, illustrations, 27 plates, index. 33cm. Original art nouveau wrapper with stylized illustrations on the front and back covers, titling on the spine. Frontispiece by Jean Patricot. Over 50 million people attended the Exposition to partake in an event that spanned over two miles in central Paris. Participants experienced the high point of the Art Nouveau movement especially through the works of Tiffany, Lalique, and many other studios. Marx's La Décoration, captures the decorative arts exhibits with full page plates and in text illustrations. Patricot's gravure of Lalique's Devant de Corsage, and Chauvet's La Blanche Vigne, are both well worn at the fore edge with some thinning of paper, stains and tears. There is a small tear in the half title page and a pin sized hole through several last pages with little impact. The frontispiece and all plates are detached. Edges are chipped. Spine creases and short tears at the spine ends. Otherwise the folio is complete and the wrapper exceptional. Uncommon in any condition.
Campi Bisenzio: Italiagrafiche, 1986. 222p, illustrations. 32cm. Green cloth; dust jacket; slipcase. Jacket torn at top of spine. A fine copy in a near fine jacket.
Dresden: Louis Hermann, (1930?). 62p, illustrations. 24cm. Brown card wrappers, with border and title in black on the front cover. Wear to corners and edges, slightly soiled. In very good condition. OCLC record states: "Rare catalogue offering unusual stylized metal curtains or hanging dividers for room interiors in Secessionist and modernist styles, some with designers including Riemerschmid and Messing given credits. The last few pages show metal grid designs that could be used with garden furniture." The record in OCLC describes a 1905 publication with 54p. No record found for this copy.