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  1. First edition, deluxe format, number 1 of 250 numbered copies signed by the author; photographic colour frontispiece and 29 similar plates of which 9 folding and including 2 plates on one sheet, 50 half-tone plates, captioned tissue guards, hinges reinforced [ý]as issued; publisher's brown pigskin with gilt roundel device to upper cover and lettered in gilt spine, t.e.g., others uncut, slightly rubbed at spine ends and fore-corners, but overall a very good, handsome copy.

  2. Four works in one volume, large folio (53 x 39.5 cm). Opere varie: title printed in red and black with engraved vignette (Robison's second issue), Prima Parte, second edition, second issue, engraved frontispiece, and 16 plates, complete; 10 plates on 5 sheets from the Opere Varie [Wilton-Ely 45-50]; Two single plates: Pianta di ampio magnifico Collegio: A single plate, third state (of seven). [Robison 25] & Parte di ampio magnifico Porto: A single plate, fourth state (of eight). [Robison 26]. These 2 plates are here unnumbered, for later versions of the 1761 issue these plates have numbers added. (see Hind pg. 81); Grotteschi: 4 plates. Second or third states, [Robison 21 - 24]. Carceri: Second edition, second Issue. double-page engraved title, and 15 double-page plates (numbered II-XVI). Trofei di Ottaviano Augusto. First edition. Rome: G.G. Salmoni, 1753, title printed in red and black with engraved vignette, and 8 (of 9) unnumbered plates, 4 double-page, lacking one plate (the view of the Castello), title spotted. Antichita Romane de' Tempi della Republica. First edition, (1748), 30 engraved plates (including 2 titles, dedication, and 2 plates of inscriptions), eighteenth-century half calf, marbled boards, neat repairs to joints and extremities, a very handsome collection.

  3. Limited edition, numbered 67 of 120 copies on papier Japon, signed by Picasso, colour drypoint frontispiece by Picasso; small square 8vo (17 x 15 cm); title-page, justification page signed by artist in pencil, text in French, pp [4], 24, [4], unsewn as issued in original card wrappers with printed tissue dust jacket board chemise printed on spine, black cloth slipcase.

  4. One of 30 artist's proof copies aside from the numbered edition of 395, marked 'AP. 7/30.; large folio 571 by 445mm (57 x 44.5 cm), The complete portfolio of 30 screen prints in colours, 24 bound and six removable as issued (these six held in place by Mylar corners), all prints signed and numbered in pencil, printed on hand-pulled Coventry 300 gram acid free paper, presented in the publisher's original box and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by the studio and signed by Robert Indiana and Susan Ryan.

  5. Limited edition, one of 40 copies on vélin pur chiffon from a total edition of 180 copies; folio (48 x 38 cm); 61 pp. text, 37 woodcuts (2 double page and 7 within text, 30 in colour) including duplicate suite of 18 woodcuts each numbered 21/40 and signed by Braque, one extra plate in triplicate; full black polished calf by P.-L. Martin with abstract geometric design onlaid in brown and cream calf dated 1964 (binder's mark and date), spine lettered in gilt, all edges gilt, suede endpapers, black calf-backed chemise, brown cloth boards, housed in matching slipcase; slight wear to upper edges of spine, very minor scuff to design.

  6. First edition, 8vo (225 by 150 mm [8¾ by 6 inches]), [249]pp, 115 black & white photographic illustrations, publisher's perfect bound, card wrappers, printed dust-jacket, very faint spotting, slight toning, otherwise a near-fine copy.

  7. 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.

  8. Limited edition, number 371 of 900 copies; 4to (25 x 20 cm); title, limitation, [4]pp. introduction by André Bréton, 147 plates after Max Ernst; original green wrappers, cream wove endpapers, green morocco by D. H. Mercher dated 1991 (binder's mark) with collage playing card design inlaid on covers in plexiglass, matching green morocco chemise with woven paper covers, spine gilt lettered, housed in cream coloured slipcase.

  9. limited edtion, number 17 of 20 hors commerce, out of a total of 160 copies, 4 vols; 4to (31.5 x 26.5 cm). 276 pp.; 272 pp. with 15 colour plates, including frontispiece, and 15 chapter heading vignette illustrations and initials, all cut in wood and printed in colour by F. L. Schmied with 15 supplementary plates not called for in index and two extra suites of all the illustrations, one in colour, one in monochrome; original wrappers protected by chemises and slipcase; slipcase slightly rubbed, with one joint starting to split.

  10. First edition. 4to, 71pp., text bordered in red, 10 mounted albumen prints within red borders by John Payson Soule, captioned in red, original tissue guards, 3 wood-engravings in text, original plum cloth decorated in gilt and black, lower cover and spine faded, all edges gilt, ex-libris Zadoc Long Free Library with label to front free endpaper and card pocket to rear pastedown, remains of small label to foot of spine, a very good copy.



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