Paris: Publications Papyrus, 1931. 4to. half leather over boards with original paper wrappers bound-in. Ulrich & Kup p.15. "Well printed, well illustrated, scholarly and most facinating. Contains everything concerning the book, old and new." Of the total 15 issues published, we have 9 including:
1931. Numbers 1, 2, 5.
1932. Numbers 1, 4.
1933. Numbers 1, 2, 3, 4.
Well preserved with most having the original glassine wrapper.
New York: The American Art Association, 1915. thick 4to. boards, slipcase. Not paginated. Limited to 350 numbered copies issued for subscribers. 474 art objects and over 1,000 books and manuscripts. A remarkable auction catalogue. Slipcase worn. Spine spotted.