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  1. Watercolour over pencil, heightened with pen and black ink (49.5 x 73.2 cm); signed lower left 'Joseph Hearn 1787 The Crimline [sic] at Masco [sic]'; mounted and framed (79 x 98 cm).

  2. First edition; elephant folio (73.6 x 54 cm); title, dedication leaf, 4pp. of text, 10 plates with tissue guards on China paper with full margins by Cadolle lithographed by Deroy, Joly, Lemaitre, Fragonard, Renoux, Jacottet, Dupressoir and others, subscriber's list, text foxed, some spotting to plates; contemporary half red morocco and red boards, spine with gilt tooling, some wear to spine, corners bumped.

  3. 8vo (24 x 16.5 cm). Title, pictorial title, VIII, VIII, 335, [2] pp. with 46 plates, including 2 double page and 1 folding; occasional light spotting and offsetting, traces of tape to verso of one plate, owner's inscriptions and stamp to title. Original publisher's green cloth by Moscow binder T.I. Hagen, upper cover stamped in black with gilt lettering; slightly rubbed.

  4. Folio (39 x 30 cm). 27 pp. including title, with photoengrav. 25 plates. Publisher's red cloth, title in silver within gilt decorative border on upper cover, gil lettering on spine.

  5. Cloth handkerchief (52 x 59 cm). Printed, red border, view in the centre, double-headed eagle in corners; slightly faded, light traces of folds. Framed & glazed.

  6. Folio (33.5cm x 25.5cm) 142 pp., with designs and one full page colour illustration protected by original printed tissue guard, publisher's printed wrappers,covers laid down, edge tears skilfully repaired, preserved in a modern, dark green cloth slipcase.

  7. Folio (59 x 41.7 cm), tinted lithographed title-page and 100 lithographed plates; without letterpress title and list of plates, light waterstain in upper margin, occasional spotting, 3 plates with smaller margins. Contemporary brown calf over marbled boards, spine in compartments richly gilt; corners bumped, lower spine slightly chipped.

  8. USSR Architecture (Organ Soyuza sovetskikh arkhitektorov, Moskva, 1936-37): 21 issues (1936: issues No3 - 12; 1937: issues No1 - 11), complete with all ll., original wrappers; occasional spotting and soiling, some occasional light mold, heavier to last 15 ll. of issue 9 for 1937, margins and spines of wrappers slightly chipped.
    Construction of Moscow (Mossovet, Moskva, 1935-38): 14 issues, No6 and 17-18 for 1935; No4-8, 10-12 and 22 for 1936; No6, 12, 22 for 1937 and No16 for 1938, most issues with plates, including some folding, original wrappers; some light marginal waterstaining in several issues, light soiling.

  9. Lithograph view with original hand-colour. Dimensions: 330 by 420mm. (13 by 16.5 inches).

  10. Oblong folio (170 by 220mm.). Brown cloth boards, worn, covers split, lettered in gilt in French with printed border decorations, 24 silver gelatin prints prints (160 by 210mm.), all in good condition with good tonal range, pasted on orginal card with number, title, and photographer's credit printed in French.



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