New York: George Braziller, 1967. Limited Edition Facsimile, #58/1000. Large quarto; 23 pages and unpaginated plates; VG; quarter vellum binding with gilt titling to spine over red cloth boards and grey softcover accompaniment, housed in a VG grey paper slipcase; mild shelfwear to slipcase and spine of facsimile volume, including a small chunk missing at the tail of the spine and associated tearing; textblocks clean, if mildly sunken; full color and black and white photographs throughout; limitation page at the end of the facsimile volume numbered 58/1000; shelved front table.
Early Christian Art
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London: Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1852. No Edition Statement. Octavo, 369 pages; VG; full binding of black leather; spine with raised bands, and gilt lettering and design; mild shelf wear; mild wear to head and tail of spine; all edges gilt; marbled end papers; includes numerous black and white illustrations; pages clean; shelved above Native American History.
Firenze [Florence], Italy: Giunti Editore, 2010. First Edition, First Printing. Quarto, 429 pages, G+; blue gloss paper boards, white lettering: spine cocked, boards somewhat shaken, binding strong; bumping to head, tail, and corners; small tear to top corner of back board; slight wave to text-block, light scuffing to bottom of text-block, top and fore-edge clean; mild liquid staining with buckling to margins of endpapers and interior, text and graphics unaffected; interior replete with full-color graphics and plates, gloss leaves; text in Italian; shelved Front Table.
Athens: Akritas, 1995. First English Edition, First Printing. Quarto, 78 pages, many unpaginated plates; VG; spine red, with orange lettering; full red and pictorial paper binding; mild shelf wear and scuffing; previous owner's inscription in Greek at front free endpaper; profusely illustrated in full color and black and white; pages clean; shelved Front Table.
New York: Bollingen, 1966/1975. First Edition, First Printing. Quarto, 4 volumes; VG/VG; spines teal with yellow text; dust jacket of volume 4 protected with mylar; prices of all four dust jackets unclipped, with volumes 1, 2, and 3 reading "3 volumes, boxed $55.00" and volume 4 reading "Volume Four, $40.00"; very mild shelfwear to dust jackets of volumes 1, 2, and 3, housed in a VG slipcase, some shelfwear to dust jacket of volume 4, including chips and scrapes; all textblocks clean, but mildly sunken; black and white illustrations throughout volume 1, black and white and full color photographs throughout volumes 2 and 3, black and white photographs and illustrations at the end of volume 4; SH consignment; shelved above case 3.
London: Published by the Trustees, 1894. First Edition, First Printing. Large octavo; xliii, lxv pages; VG; full green cloth binding over beveled boards with gilt titling to front cover and spine; mild shelfwear to covers, including rubbing and significant edge wear; mild foxing to textblock; ex libris A.W.P. to front pastedown, a few small tears front hinge of endpaper, one small tear to ffep caused by ephemera; all plates in sepia; one item of ephemera loose within, a postcard from the British Library featuring a color version of plate vii dated 1987; shelved Medieval Art.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1966. First English Language Edition. Large quarto, CIV pages and unpaginated plates; VG/VG; spine white with black text; dust jacket protected with mylar; mild shelfwear to dust jacket, most notably minor creasing to the front hinge; textblock clean; black and white and full color photographic plates throughout; shelved front table.
New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1965. Second Edition. Imperial Octavo, 247 pages. In Very Good minus condition with a Fair plus dust jacket. Spine is white with black lettering. Dust jacket has shelf wear, tearing on the front cover, some staining on the back cover, minor rips on the spine, small tears on the top of the back cover, and light foxing on the top of the interior. Boards have minor shelf wear with bumping to corners. Text block has minor foxing to the edges.