Leipzig: Hugo Heller & Co.; Internationaler Psychoanalytischer Verlag, 1912-1934. Various, Some First Collected Editions, Some Rebound Periodicals. large Octavos, 14 volumes; VG; various bindings, volumes 1 and 2 3/4 bound, with burgundy leather spine, marbled boards, paneled spines with gilt lettering; volume 5 1/2 bound with brown cloth spine, green paper boards; volumes 4, 6-14, and 20 bound in full burgundy cloth, gilt lettering on spine; ex-library, with the markings of the Baltimore Psychoanalytic Society, including stamps on all three edges of all text blocks, bookplates on front pastedown, library pocket on rear pastedowns; all volumes have mild rubbing and shelfwear; Volume 1: 1912, contains I.1-I.5, , spine peeling and largely loose, repair to gutter of endpapers; Volume 2: 1913, contains II.1-II.6, plate for II.1 present, repair to gutter of endpapers; Volume 4: 1915/16, contains IV.1-IV.6; Volume 5: 1917-1919, contains V.1-V.5/6, front board detached, rear board and spine nearly detached; Volume 6: 1920, contains VI.1-VI.4; Volume 7: 1921, contains VII.1-VII.4, VII.1-3 on slightly green paper; Volume 8: 1922, contains VIII.1-VIII.4; Volume 9: 1923, contains parts 1-4; Volume 10: 1924, contains parts 1-4; Volume 11: 1925, contains parts 1-3, lacking part 4, contains the original periodicals, includes front three yellow covers, cover for part 1/2 has some repair to the edges; Volume 12: 1926, contains parts 1-4; Volume 13, 1927, contains parts 1-4; Volume 14: 1928, contains part 1, contains the original periodical, the front two pages have repair to the edges; Volume 20, 1934, contains part 4, contains the original periodical, with bright yellow front cover; Shelved room 11.
New York: The Members of the Limited Editions Club, 1981. Limited Edition, 13/50 and 1020/2000. Contains two items. The first is a Folio portfolio with eighteen first proofs on Mowhawk Superfine in addition to Eighteen Final Proofs on Torinoko handmade paper. Each Print has been signed and numbered by Eichenberg. All impressions signed, titled, and numbered in pencil. This edition is limited to fifty copies, of which thirty are the present edition and the other twenty contain just the eighteen final proofs. The wood engravings in this portfolio were designed to illustrate a published edition of "The Adventures of Simplicius Simplicissimus," of which 2000 copies were made, included here with the following condition: Small quarto, 319 pages; VG; beige spine with gilt text; limited edition, numbered and signed by the artist; orange slipcase shows some light soiling to exterior; minor rubbing to edges; otherwise intact; cloth has light sunning to spine; minimal wear to exterior; strong boards; text and illustration blind-stamped to front; text block shows light wear to exterior edges; interior clean; previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown; profusely illustrated; frontispiece; orange endpapers; Signed and numbered in rear by Eichenberg; RL Consignment; shelved above mythology.
Ephrata: Verlags der Bruderschafft, 1748. First Edition. Large thick folio; VG; bound in contemporary black leather, metal corners and broken hinges, repaired with new plain black leather paneled spine; some foxing throughout; some mild wear to fore edge of text block; with engraved frontispiece and title page vignette; collation: , A-G4, A-Z4, 2A-2Z4, 3A-3O4, A-Z4, 2A-2Z4, 3A-3Z4, 4A-4Z4, 5A-5Z4, 6A-6G4; text in German.; MW consignment; shelved in Case 4.
Nuremberg: 1685. Thick folio (15 X 9.5) in ivory hardcovers with six-band embossed spine and title in black letters; condition: Good; substantial soiling on spine and fraying on edges; binding is strong, with open gutter in the back; previous owner’s penciled inscriptions on ffep; one regular plate and one double-folded plate missing; first front end page, first engraving and title page have a 7 X 5 deep right hand corner chip; first few pages also chipped but repaired with pasted paper; substantial chipping and ripping in right hand corner (6 in X 4.5 in X 1 in); a couple of double-page plates are cut off half way along the fold; occasional staining and off-setting on plates; in German; book is sold as is; this is a 1685 edition of the work Joachim von Sandrart, German Baroque historian, first published in 1680; shelved in Case # 4; due to size and weight, please contact us for shipping costs.
n.p. LEC, 1981. 42/50. Large Folio sized navy blue cloth portfolio; VG; white label with blue text to front; portfolio encases 18 woodblock prints by Fritz Eichenberg; each work is signed by the artist and numbered; vivid, detailed black and white renderings; rough, uncut edges; each work is clean of marks; this set is number 42 of 50 copies; RL Consignment.
Washington DC: US Government Printing Office, 1919. First Edition. Quarto in half leather with marbled boards. VG condition. SENATE DOCUMENTS 51: Treaty of Peace with Germany (538 pages) including four large fold out maps 85: Amendments Reported by the Committee of Foreign Relations 63: Assistance to France in the Event of Unprovoked Aggression by Germany 81: Military Occupation of the Territories of the Rhine 82: Treaty with Poland 86: Data on German Peace Treaty total 1185+ pages 66th Congress shelved in case 7.
Antwerpen: P.I. Paets, 1644. 12mo; pp 700; Good; vellum spine with gilt text burgundy bar; gilt rules and raised bands to spine; gilt borders and blind stamped illustrations to boards; boards show small stain to front, slight rubbing to exterior; moderate wear to exterior edges; text block have marbled endpapers; chipped corner to ffep; slight toning throughout text; previous owner's name to title page; title page shows repair to tear at fore edge; profusely illustrated with over 125 plates; missing pages 9-10, 40-41, 67-68, 77-78, 81-82, 89-90, 105-108, 147-148, 179-190, 205-208, 245-246; German text; RL Consignment. Shelve case 13.
Gedruck zu Budiffin/durch Nicolaum Zipfern, 1615. first;. Slightly oblong octavo in green and ivory cloth with black gothic writing; Good+; embossed spine; right edge of front board slanted upwards; boards' corners ivory; boards and spine generally soiled from age but in good condition; binding strong; tiny French library sticker inside front cover; front hinge starting to loosen; parchemin type paper discolored but not heavily; green external edges dusty and sunned; first part of book (about 60 pages) in gothic writing with calligraphy; first title page partly written in red ink with 1615 date; other title pages interspersed with coat of arms; some titles pages in red ink; second part of book (136 pages) in regular handwriting in black ink; last part of book (no numbering) in regular handwriting with date of 1624; last pages left blank; this book is in GERMAN; shelved in room 12.
New York: Congdon & Weed, Inc., 1985. First Edition, First Printing. Octavo, 256 pages; VG/VG; spine pictorial with white and beige lettering; dust jacket protected with a mylar covering, price uncut '$16.95'; slight speckling to top edge of text block; SIGNED flat on title page as 'Bill Bryson'; extremely scarce signed; shelved case 9.
Munich: Jos. Lindauer, 1856. First edition. Octavo in 3/4 marble and brown leather; VG/G; 5-band embossed spine with gold letters; moderate shelf wear on boards; strong binding; previous owner inscription on ffep; general foxing throughout, more pronounced on last pages; page 221 has a horizontal cut not detrimental to reading; a couple of pages slightly detached; this is vol. 1 of 5 volumes describing, in two parts, the stories of General Lieutenant Michailowski-Danilewski; contains 16 small folded maps at the end showing the movements of the French troops; in good condition; in Gothic print German; pp. 605; shelved in Cse # 1; MD consignment.
Berlin: Verlag Francken & Lang G.M.B.H., 1927. First Edition. Quarto; pp 252; Poor; grayish beige spine with black text and brown ruling with black design to spine; brown border and black text to front; brown border to rear; ex-library; buckram cloth has fraying tear from head edge to mid-spine at front joint; fraying to corners; 2.5 inch tear to rear joint at spine edge; moisture staining to boards toward edges; other soiling to exterior; text block has browned exterior edges; cracking to gutters, front board nearly detached; slight cracking to ffep at head fore edge; cracking to binding at pp 246-267; tear to tail edge of pp 246; chipping to fore edges of pp 99-102, rear endpaper; moisture staining toward edges; ex-library stamps and writing to ffep and title page; foxing to endpapers; profusely illustrated with more nearly 70 large mounted and tipped in color lithographs, plus 125 smaller tipped in color lithographs and 300 black and white illustrations in the text of masters of German poster and commercial art including Julius Steiner, Max Pechstein, Oskar Kokoschka, etc; some pages have moderate foxing; most plates are clean, some impacted by foxing; German text; RL Consignment.
Bremen: Angelsachsen-Verlag, 1936. Quarto; G+; Loose in wrappers, housed in a green box with "Deutsche Kunst Band 8" written on box; [Vols. 9-17]; Box has sun faded exterior, opens flat to right side, cracking to other corners, box lid missing part of head edge and cracking to other sides with tape mends; Arts - German; German text; LR Consignment; Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Langen Munic, 1904. Quarto; pp 530; Good-; 1/4 bound dark green cloth spine with gilt text to burgundy block; bound periodicals; 51 issues, nos. 3-53; green marbled boards have moderate wear to exterior; slightly sunned exterior; slight scratches to boards; rubbing to edges; text block has age toning toward edges; previous owner's bookplate to front pastedown; some chipping to few pages at edges; some tape mends to few pages at edges; few colored plates; some offset lightly throughout; German text; RL Consignment.
Nuremburg DE: Zentralverlag der NSDAP, 1936. First. Reichs Party Day, the program for the annual Nazi party Nuremburg rally for 1936. Small 8vo, 168pp perfect-bound in wraps. Red paper front with title and decoration, blank red spine, advertisement on back. THIS COPY INCLUDES a used 2-mark ticket for a seat on the west side of the stadium for 10 September. Also a map of Nuremburg and environs, showing the parade routes and locations of other events.
Neward, VT: The Janus Press, 1946. Limited Edition (#96/100). Large quarto box in dark green cloth with brown title on spine; VG; etchings printed by hand on press on dampened heavy parchment paper; box with minimal soiling; contains 9 etchings with text in German in large, brown type; shelved case 11; please contact us for shipping costs.
Wein: Verlag Die Fackel, 1919/1918. First Editions. Octavo, 639, 48 pages; G; bound in a custom monogrammed dark green leather binding, gilt lettering and tooling to spine and front cover; patterned endpapers; moderate wear and rubbing to binding; pages severely age-toned and brittle; with both Die Letzten Tage der Menschheit and Die Letzte Nacht bound together, individual title pages; shelved case 0.
Frankfurt: Published by the Author, 1693. Third edition. 3 in. 12mo in vellum; condition: G+; boards with small stains and moderate fraying; book slanted upwards; paper wobbling; good binding; a few pages with dog ear; some discoloration; text clean; pp. 638; in German; shelved in Case # 6; YR consignment.
London: E. & F.N. Spon, 1871. First Edition. Octavo, 128 pages; G+; bound in burgundy cloth, rebound with original spine and boards preserved; cloth has some spotting to exterior; strong boards; mylar wraps; text block shows age toned exterior edges; deckled edges; light pencil to ffep; several maps throughout; interior age-toned; with 27 folding plates, diagrams, and schematics; shelved case 12.
Hirschberg, Germany: Immanuel Krohns, 1793. First edition. 3 in. thick 10mo in brown ornate vellum; condition: G+; covers show substantial discoloration and soiling; original green and brown colors faded; some tearing along spine but binding strong; dusty edges; beautiful folded map on Hirschberg at front; paper discolored but not detrimental to reading; text in German Gothic in very tight print; shelved in Case # 6; YR consignment.
Joannes Jacobs, 1767. 12mo; pp 382; G-; 3/4 bound black leather spine with marbled boards; gilt text and decorations to black/red spine; boards show heavy rubbing, bumped corners, worn edges; text block shows age toned exterior edges, marbled endpapers; previous owner's name to second endpaper; stained title page with stamp toward fore edge; page 63 has closed tear toward tail edge; slight foxing throughout text; numerous woodcuts; Dutch text; RL Consignment; Shelve case 13.
Wien und Nurnberg: Peter Conrad Monath, 1746. Small octavo (6 1/2" x 4 1/2"); (31), 572, (8) pp. Illustrated with engraved frontispiece and 26 engraved plates (many folding). First volume only (of eight). Contemporary calf, with five raised bands on spine, leather spine label. Very Good. Boards rubbed and slightly bowed. Lacks front endpaper. Some soiling to edges of engraving No. 25. Text in German. Shelved in Case #4.
Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1938. Second Edition. 12mo., 270 pages; VG; flexible red boards with gilt text on front and spine; text block marbled; 28 maps, 28 plans, 14 coats of arms; attached ribbon bookmark; mild bumping to spine and covers; bookplate to front pastedown; text in German; shelved case 9.
Munich: Georg W. Dietrich, 1913. Quarto in dark pink cloth hardcovers with vinyl cover; gold and black gilt on covers; moderate soiling; strong binding; title page slightly soiled and repaired with scotch tape; illustrations on white glossy paper; text in Gothic letters; in German; pp. 95; shelved in Case # 7; DC consignment; please contact us for shipping costs.
Munich: Albert Langen. First limited edition. Tall folios in brown hardcovers with gold letters; condition: Good; moderate soiling on boards; some shelf wear and tears on spines, not detrimental to binding; ex-library small stamp inside front page; lithographs' paper faded; 3 volumes contain 72 lithographs each, one of them on the Bonaparte's era; another volume contains cartoons from newspapers; with introductory comments in German; shelved in Alcove # 2; please contact us for shipping costs.
Jena, Germany: Gustav Fischer, 1915. Hardcover Imperial Octavo; G-; Boards show notable ware: rubbing on front, back and spine, chipping and slight bumping on corners, dinging on edges, spines are cocked, especially volumes 1 and 3: Text blocks age toned, volumes 1 and 2 show light foxing on head edges, pronounced foxing on fore and foot edges of volume 3 text block, volume 1 has tear in beds near back paste down; pp 1510 (excluding Atlas) Additional shipping for international and expedited shipping. Anything over 4 lbs willl require additional freight as well. Please contact shipping department for details.
Basel, London, New York: Barenreiter-Verlag Kassel, 1991. Mixed Editions. Octavo; VG/paperback; red spine with ivory text; 20 volumes; covers have slight wear to exterior, minor wear to edges; text blocks have slight wear to exterior edges; interiors clean; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders; German text.
Verlag von Tempskn, 1870. Octavo; G-/no-DJ; Brown spines with gold text; 4 Volumes; Boards have slightly sunned spines with shelf wear such as rubbing along edges & corners, exteriors have some rubbing and peeling toward center of front panels, otherwise panels are sturdy; Text block has slightly age toned appearance with light pencil toward front, previous owner's book plate on front pastedowns and embossed stamp on front end papers; Vol. 2 has cracking at hinge between front pastedown and end paper; pp 2172. German language. Additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders. SHELVED IN AISLE 8.
Zurich: Seedorn Verlag, 1983. Limited Edition [[#88/151]. square 4to., unpaginated, VG-; brown cardboard boards, no separate spine, white backstrip with black lettering; bumping to head and tail of backstrip; shelfwear and very mild staining to boards, bumping to corners; contains many full-color numbered prints by Voss, with each copy of the limited edition containing a different set of plates [#1-12986], of 151 copies this is No. 88 stated to limitation page; SIGNED by Voss lightly in pencil to limitation page; text in German; shelved Case 11.
Stuttgart: Druck und Verlag von Eduard Ballberger, 1877. Octavo; VG-, bound in 3/4 brown leather, marbled boards and endpapers; Raised band spine with gold text; some shelf wear to covers, age, rubbing, minor nicks/tears on exterior, fraying, rubbing and chipping along sides, spine, edges and some creasing at corners, otherwise clean, raised band spine; Boards are strong, binding solid; Gilded text block exterior, text block clean and in German language; SHELVED IN AISLE 8 Vol I - 435 pp Vol II - 447 pp Vol III - 450 pp Vol IV - 423 pp Please see all seven photos for details regarding these books. If you have any questions/concerns, please inquirer. Additional shipping is needed for expedited / international orders. Book(s) too heavy/ large to ship via economy international shipping methods. For international/expedited orders, please inquire for rates].
Lancaster: Johann Bar, 1846. 18mo; G+/no-DJ; Light brown spine without discernible text; Leather bound panels with two leather strap closures at fore edges to be secured with metal hinge clasps, exterior has moderately rubbed & sunned surfaces and rubbing wear along edges most wear is on spine which also has some fine, vertical crease lines, but otherwise no defects; Text block has slight pencil on ffep with 2.5 inch vertical open tear at fore edge of first end paper, as well as showing darkening on exterior edges with foxing on first & last few pages, interior text pages are moderately foxed throughout with good, tight binding; pp 812. German text.
London: Macmilland and Co., 1876. Octavo; pp 459; G-; burgundy spine with gilt text and design to black panels; cloth shows some light wear to exterior; slight rubbing to edges; fraying to corners, decorative embossing in black, red and gilt to front and spine; text block has light beige to exterior edges; previous owner's name to ffep; previous bookshop's sticker to rear pastedown; light foxing to verso of ffep and half title page; cracking to gutter toward head edge at plate between pp 272-273; light toning to pages; profusely illustrated; some offset to facing pages; English and German text; RL Consignment.
Germany: Reite Fortgefesste, 1742. New Edition. Thick 12mo in brown hardcovers; VG; substantial shelf wear on boards, specially spine, with upper open tears; good binding; frontispiece engraving; title page and text clean throughout; contains nine books divided by world regions with register at the end; German in Gothic letters; shelved in Case # 6; YR consignment.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. First Edition, Second Printing. Quarto, 788 pages, VG-/VG-; dj, white spine, black lettering: mild overall wear to dj, occasional small closed tears to edges of covers, approximately 1" tear to top corner of back cover, mild rubbing to back cover along hinge, "45.00" to front flap; quarter-bound, navy blue cloth spine, orange cloth boards, dull gold lettering to spine: very mild overall wear to boards, small open tear to cloth to top edge of back board; mild age-toning to text-block; light age-toning to margins of interior, text and graphics unaffected; INSCRIBED by Kostof to half-title page; shelved Front Table.
London: Wishart & Co., 1932. First Edition. The aim of this book was to bring to the notice of British public opinion the menace to the peace of Europe constituted by secret military relations between the German and Soviet-Russian Governments. The most intensive period of Soviet military collaboration with Weimar Germany was 1930–1932. Alongside the Soviet Union's military and economic assistance, there was also political backing for Germany's military aspirations. Most of the documents pertaining to secret German-Soviet military cooperation were systematically destroyed in Germany, but some documents were recovered after world war two. This scarce book from the early pre-war years reveals how much was known at the time. Hardcover, 230 pages. 10mo., 230pp.; VG/none; bound in black cloth with red lettering on spine; lacking dust jacket; mild wear to corners, head and tail of spine; slight age-toning to pages; interior clean; extremely scarce; shelved case 9.
author, 1669. 3 in. thick small quarto in brown vellum; condition: G+; substantial soiling on boards and external edges; back board with upper gutter but binding good; book slanted upwards; inscriptions on back front cover; paper age-toned; text in Gothic letters clean; in German; shelved in Case # 6; YR consignment.
Boston, New York, Chicago, London: Ginn & Company, 1907. Small Octavo; pp 162; G/no-DJ; burgundy spine with black text to paper label; author was German chemist, Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald, he won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1909; cloth has moderate wear to exterior; slight spotting to exterior; rubbed corners and edges; text block shows slight toning to exterior edges; deckled fore edges; slight cracking to gutters; errata slip tipped in at page 31; interior show light toning to pages.
Munich, Germany: Drei Masken Verlag, 1925. First Edition. Octavo hardcover in Good condition only. TEXT IN GERMAN. Ex-libris, previous owner's bookplate and name on front endpapers. Heavy foxing to edges of text block, and moderate foxing to endpapers and periphery of pages. Binding shakes but holds together. Moderate shelf wear & bumping. General soiling to cover. Bowing to front and rear boards. B&W photographic illustrations. All else is good. - [Transferred from Dupont to Rockville 6/20/2016].
Canton: Peter Kaufmann und Co., 1839. 18mo; G-/no-DJ; Light brown spine without text; Leather bound panels with metal clasp at fore edge but matching strap closure is missing, exterior has moderately rubbed & scratched surfaces and rubbing wear along edges most wear is on spine which also has some fine, vertical crease lines, but otherwise no defects; Text block has slight writing on pastedowns & end papers, also darkening on exterior edges with foxing on first & last few pages, interior text pages are moderately foxed throughout with small tear at front hinge near head edge and otherwise pages are intact; pp 320. German text.
Berlin: G. Kolle. Oblong Quartos: Fair/no-DJ hardbacks: 1 red, 1 brown and 2 blue spines with no text: Boards all have general shelfwear, fraying to corners and heads and tails of spines, Volumes 1, 3 and 4 are nearly separated at spine with textblock, rubbing and some discoloration to boards, boards are clothe bound with black and gold decoration: Textblock exteriors are gilded, age toning to pages, pictures offset onto blank facing pages but still in good condition themselves: Text is entirely in GERMAN: Unpaginated.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1933. First US Edition. Octavo in orange boards with dust jacket. (VG/VG) minor shelf wear, light bumping to head and tail of spine. Binding strong, text clean, text block slightly sun faded. Dust jacket now encased in a protective mylar covering. Some discoloration from tape on back end papers. 312 pages. [DJ spine has orange and gold spine with B&W photo and black text. SHELVED: Rockville, Copier room shelf INSCRIBED BY AUTHOR: from Alonzo, Lara & Jean. and to To Lucy, my real life Helene. Vicki B.
Tubingen, Germany: J.C.B. Mohr (Paul Siebeck), 1962. 1962 Edition. Six quartos in quarter cloth boards, all VG/No DJ, spines are black cloth with gilt text. The following characterizes all six volumes: Some shelfwear, some bumping to head and tail of spine, light smudging to bottom edge of text block, light superficial scratches to exterior of boards, previous bookseller's sticker affixed to front endpaper. Light sunning to spines of Volumes One, Two, Three, Four, and Six, light sunning to top edge of boards. Volume Five has some sunning to spine. Binding strong and text clean in all volumes. TEXT IN GERMAN. The individual volumes are divided and subtitled as follows: Volume One: Erster Band A-C Mit 8 Tafeln und 4 Karten; Volume Two: Zweiter Band D-G Mit 6 Tafeln und 7 Karten; Volume Three: Dritter Band H-Kon Mit 20 Tafeln und 7 Karten; Volume Four: Vierter Band Kop-O Mit 36 Tafeln und 2 Karten; Volume Five: Funfter Band P-Se Mit 3 Karten; Volume Six: Sechster Band Sh-Z: Mit 2 Tafeln und 3 Karten. This item was from our Dupont Circle store, now shelved in Maryland warehouse.
London: Croom Helm, 1976. Octavo; VG/VG; Hardcover with DJ; Spine, green with white print; DJ in mylar, slight edgewear, spotting on rear flap, price-clipped; Boards in black cloth with gold print, bump to front lower right corner slight wear to spine tail, otherwise clean and strong; Textblock clean and tight; 301 pages.
Basel, London: Barenreiter Kassel, 1973,1980,2000. Mixed Editions. Quarto; VG/no-DJ; burgundy spines with gilt text; 4 volumes; pp 95+175+73+159; cloths have slight sunning to exteriors, light smudges to exterior of band 1, strong boards; text blocks show very light wear; tight bindings, interiors clean; German text; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Basel, London, New York: Barenreiter-Verlag Kassel, 1992. Quarto; VG/no-DJ; burgundy spines with gilt text; 2 volumes, pp 221, pp 68; gray slipcase; cloths have minimal wear to exterior, strong boards; text blocks are clean; German text; additional shipping may be necessary due to size/weight restrictions for international/expedited orders.
Berlin: Verlag Ernst Wasmuth A-G, 1931. Quarto; VG+/no-DJ; spine dark blue with gilt lettering; boards strong, clean, very light rubbing on spine head and tail , minimal shelf wear, no marks or stains; textblock clean, minimal wear, ex-libris bookplate on front pastedown, no writing/markings, no underlining, contains b/w images of lace samples. pp. 181/ WRITTEN IN GERMAN.
Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1981. Second, revised edition. Octavo; pp 707; VG/VG-; Red spine with white and black text; dust jacket has slight rubbing to exterior, light sunning to spine, minor wear to edges; cloth has slight wear to edges; text block shows only slight wear to exterior edges, text pages unmarked;.
Athens: Pleias, 1989. First limited edition (#310 of 3031). Oversize, thin folio (19 X 13) in off-white cardboard in rice paper; VG; black and red lettering on front cover; minimal soiling or shelf wear; printed by hand in Gothic on silk screen paper with full size illustration on each page; in German and Greek, with Old English at the end; pages uncut; shelved above case 2; due to size of item, please contact us for shipping costs.