DELAWARE ANTIQUES SHOW.
With articles by John A. Munroe on Delaware as an Antique, Walter Heacock on Eleutherian Mills, Mae Schulze on "A Ship Called Wilmington" and Patricia C. Fleming on porcelain brought back by Samuel Du Pont from the orient. Covers soiled.
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> DECORATIVE ARTS
> HEACOCK, WALTER
> UNITED STATES, DELAWARE
> ELEUTHERIAN MIL
> SCHUZE, MAE NUNN
> DU PONT, SAMUEL
> MUNROE, JOHN A.
> WILMINGTON MEDICAL CENTER
> JUNIOR BOARD
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> Martinez, Katharine (editor), AMERICAN CORNUCOPIA: TREASURES FROM THE WINTERTHUR LIBRARY.
> Arthurs, Stanley, THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL SCENE AS DEPICTED BY STANLEY ARTHURS AND INTERPRETED BY FIFTY AUTHORS.
> Hindes, Ruthanna, DELAWARE SILVERSMITHS, 1700-1850.
MATRIX, A REVIEW FOR PRINTERS AND BIBLIOPHILES. [Vol 1-31]
All 31 volumes are in as-new condition. With limitations varying from 450 for the first volume to limitations in the 900s for later volumes. The first and second volumes are present in the reprint edition, which are limited to 450 and 475 copies respectively. The first volume contains a three-page historical note by John Randle not present in the first printing. The tenth volume contains an index to the first ten issues. Filled with important articles on all aspects of private printing, historical printing history, book illustration history, and all other subjects of interest to the bookarts person. Illustrated with color, tipped-in illustrations, foldouts, broadsides, samples, etc. Becoming very difficult to find a complete set of this very interesting periodical. The additional volume is the deluxe copy of the Index for volumes 1-21. This set is in remarkable condition and extremely rare to find with volumes 3 and 4, as well as with the index.