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61 Penkala, Maria EUROPEAN PORCELAIN: A Handbook for the Collector
Amsterdam: R. W. Haentjens Dekker / London: A. Zwemmer, (1947). (1947). Very good 
Amsterdam: R. W. Haentjens Dekker / London: A. Zwemmer, (1947).. (1947).. Very good. - Octavo, red cloth titled in gilt on the spine, in a dust wrapper. The top corner of the front cover is slightly frayed & there are some tiny gray marks to the rear cover. The dust jacket is soiled, chipped & slightly darkened with a small piece out of the top corner of the front panel & the head of the jacket spine. 314 pages plus colophon. The last third of the book consists of black-and-white illustrations of porcelain marks & signs. Very good in a good dust wrapper.

First edition. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
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62 Robacker, Earl F PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH STUFF: A Guide to Country Antiques
South Brunswick/London: A. S. Barnes and Company/Thomas Yoseloff Ltd., (1944). (1944). Very good 
South Brunswick/London: A. S. Barnes and Company/Thomas Yoseloff Ltd., (1944).. (1944).. Very good. - Octavo, black cloth titled in white, in dust wrapper. The covers are bumped and lightly rubbed. The dust jacket is rubbed, soiled & chipped. [x] & 163 pages with 15 full-page illustrations. Very good in good dust wrapper. Dust jacket present. 
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63 Savage, George 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH PORCELAIN
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1952. 1952. Very good 
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1952.. 1952.. Very good. - Octavo, light magenta cloth titled in gilt on the spine, in a dust wrapper with a color pictorial label mounted on the front panel. The covers are bumped. The dust jacket is rubbed & chipped with some darkening & light staining to the rear panel. The jacket spine is darkened with the head torn. xx & 435 pages. There is foxing to the pastedowns & prelims. Color frontispiece, numerous black-and-white illustrations & examples of porcelain marks in the text. Very good in a good dust wrapper.

First edition. Dust jacket present. First Edition. 
Price: 17.50 USD

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64 Seguin, Jean-Pierre LE JEU DE CARTE: Histoire des cartes / Le dessin des figures / Les techniques de fabrication
Paris: Hermann, Editeurs des Sciences et des Arts, (1968). (1968). Very good 
Paris: Hermann, Editeurs des Sciences et des Arts, (1968).. (1968).. Very good. - Square octavo, pictorial white paper covered boards titled in black. Boards warped & soiled with staining to the front board; spine slightly darkened with short tear to head. 344 pp. plus colophon, partially printed on gray stock. Profusely illustrated in color, black & white & black & gray. The contents are very good.

A book about playing cards, card games, card players and card tricks. The text is in French.

Scarce. 
Price: 50.00 USD

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65 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume I. January, 1937. Number 21
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937. 1937. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937.. 1937.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 21/1- 21/8. Black-and-white illustrations. The page corners are lightly bumped with some very light soiling to the first & last pages. There is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on wick adjusting devices, the clover header and weather vanes. There is also a list of dealers selling items of interest to members of the association. Dust jacket present. 
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66 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume I. July, 1937. Number 24
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937. 1937. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937.. 1937.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 24/1- 24/8. Black-and-white illustrations. The page corners are lightly bumped. There are a few light stains to the first & last pages & the first page is lightly soiled. There is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on the parchment maker, meat skewers and their hangers, wooden bowls, and farm implements of the 18th-century [an instalment of an ongoing series]. 
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67 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume I. May, 1937. Number 23
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937. 1937. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937.. 1937.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 23/1- 23/8. Black-and-white illustrations. The page corners are lightly bumped with some light soiling & creasing to the last page. There is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on the pin maker, bath tubs, quill pens, keyhole plates, and farm implements of the 18th-century [an instalment of an ongoing series]. 
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68 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume I. November, 1935. Number 14
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1935. 1935. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1935.. 1935.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages [1]- 8. Black-and-white illustrations. There is some very light creasing to the pages with a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on wood turning and the lathe, hair tongs, the tanner and the currier, wool cards, and farm implements of 1803 [continued from the previous issue]. 
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69 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume I. November, 1936. Number 20
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1936. 1936. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1936.. 1936.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 21/1- 21/8. Black-and-white illustrations. The page corners are slightly bumped & there is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on restoring or repairing a Colonial house, local pottery of North Orange, Mass., file making [continued from the previous issue], padlocks, and farm implements of the 18th-century [an instalment of an ongoing series]. 
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70 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume I. September, 1936. Number 19
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1936. 1936. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1936.. 1936.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 19/1- 19/8. Black-and-white illustrations. There is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on Cardan's lamp, carved "house blessings", butterfly hinges, file making [continued in the following issue], and the first of a series of instalments on farm implements of the 18th-century. 
Price: 10.00 USD

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71 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume II. January, 1938. Number 3
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1938. 1938. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1938.. 1938.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 17- 24. Black-and-white illustrations. There is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on the first internal combustion engine, wooden water pipes, wool spinning, and obsolete tools at the Essex Institute in Salem, Mass. 
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72 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume II. November, 1937. Number 2
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937. 1937. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937.. 1937.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 9- 16. Black-and-white illustrations. There is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded & there is some very light soiling to the first & last pages. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on an 1832 advertising campaign, the arts and crafts of the Pennsylvanian German settlers, crutches and "aids to locomotion", and gun flints. 
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73 Sprague, W. B.; editor THE CHRONICLE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. Volume II. September, 1937. Number 1
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937. 1937. Very good 
New York: Early American Industries Association, 1937.. 1937.. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 9 inches wide], printed self-wraps. Pages 1-8. Black-and-white illustrations. The leaves are lightly bumped & there is a horizontal crease to each leaf where the newsletter has been folded. The edges of the first page are slightly darkened with some rubbing & light soiling to its top edge. Very good.

The stated purpose of the Early American Industries Association is "to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm, and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen, farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers". Among the contents of this issue of the association's newsletter are articles on the box or parlor stove from 1750-1840, on a maker of weather vanes, and on the collection of buttons at the Essex Institute, Salem, Mass. 
Price: 10.00 USD

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74 Strange, T. A ENGLISH FURNITURE, DECORATION, WOODWORK & ALLIED ARTS During the last half of the Seventeenth Century, the Whole of the Eighteenth Century , And the earlier part of the Nineteenth. A Guide to Collectors
London: McCorquodale & Co., Limited / New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, n.d. [circa 1890-1910]. n.d. [circa 1890-1910]. Good 
London: McCorquodale & Co., Limited / New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, n.d. [circa 1890-1910].. n.d. [circa 1890-1910].. Good. - Small quarto [11 inches high by 9 inches wide], red cloth backed with a gilt-ruled brown leather spine, titled in gilt on the spine & in gilt between decorative rules in gilt on the front cover. The covers are bumped & soiled with some light staining to the rear cover. The spine is rubbed with the tail chipped & a piece out of the head. [iv] & 368 pages. Profuse black-and-white illustrations. There is an owner's ink name on the front pastedown & occasional soiling. Good. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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75 Tilley, Roger PLAYING CARDS
(London): Octopus Books, (1973). (1973). Very good 
(London): Octopus Books, (1973).. (1973).. Very good. - Quarto, pictorial cloth (bumped & slightly rubbed). 97 pp., including profuse color & B&W illustrations. Very good. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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76 Walker, Daniel S ORIENTAL RUGS OF THE HAJJI BABAS
New York: The Asia Society and Harry N. Abrams, Inc. in association with Sotheby's, (1982). (1982). 0810914360 / 9780810914360 Very good 
New York: The Asia Society and Harry N. Abrams, Inc. in association with Sotheby's, (1982).. (1982).. Very good. - Quarto [11-3/8 inches high by 8-3/4 inches wide], cloth in a dust wrapper. There are small areas of dampstaining to the inner corners of the covers. The dust wrapper is lightly rubbed. 32 pages plus 50 full-page color illustrations with catalog listings on the facing pages. Very good. Dust jacket present. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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77 Weber, Gertrud KOSTBARES PORZELLAN
Munchen: Schuler Verlagsgesellschaft, (1977). (1977). 3779640562 / 9783779640561 Very good 
Munchen: Schuler Verlagsgesellschaft, (1977).. (1977).. Very good. - Quarto [12 inches high by 10-5/8 inches wide], boards, in a dust wrapper. The covers are bumped. The dust jacket is rubbed & very lightly chipped. 128 pages. Profuse full-page & textual illustrations in color. Very good.

The text is in German. Dust jacket present. 
Price: 20.00 USD

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