PAPIERS DOMINOTÉS: TRAIT D'UNION ENTRE L'IMAGERIE POPULAIRE ET LES PAPIERS PEINTS (FRANCE / 1750-1820).
Limited edition of 999. Text in French. A Published with the assistance of the Centre Nationial du Livre. A major new book on the paper covering books being sent to the binder for fine binding during the period 1750-1820. Introduction by the author. Color illustrations of paper from major centers of production including Orléans, Paris, Chartres, Le Mans and others. Each section includes a brief history of paper production at that particular location and brief biographical information about paper makers. Bibliography and colophon.
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THE CHURCHES OF DELAWARE.
by Zebley, Frank R.
B1-3821. First edition. Zebley spent twelve years travelling through Delaware to discover the histories of nearly 900 churches located in Delaware. Illustrated. Very scarce book.