Author: Le Guin, Ursula K.
Lord John Press, Northridge (1981)
Limited Edition. First Edition. Signed by Le Guin. Publisher’s copy. 12mo. Hardcover. Grey cloth cover boards. Book: Very Good; minimal wear overall. Gwilan’s Harp tells of a woman who learns to define herself with external relationships or abilities. Other Signed First Editions by Le Guin will be for sale in October.
A Stammheim Sdnr30x
Author(s): Gerhard Richter;
Pieter H. Bakker Schut
Anthony D’Offay Gallery (1995)
Limited Edition. Signed by Richter. Foreword by Anne Seymour. 12mo, 60 pages. Softcover. Grey printed wrappers. Protected with plastic cover. Book: Very Good – Near Fine; only a bit of wear to edges. Twenty-three Reproductions in colour in exact facsimile of the series of Richter’s small oils painted on 12 sheets from a paperback book on the RAF “in response to the death in Stammheim Prison of four members of the Red Army Faction (Baader-Meinhof Gang) in October 1977.”
Iconologia Di Cesare Ripa Perugino …
Full title translates to: “Iconology of Cesare Ripa, in which various images of virtues, vineyards, affections, humane passions, arts, disciplines, humor, elements, celestial bodies, provinces of Italy are described.”
Author: Cesare Ripa
Publisher: In Siena, Appresso gli Heredi di Matteo Florimi, 1613
Italian text. Illustrated with about 190 delightful woodcuts. Limp Vellum. Condition: Good (+), bound in early limp wrinkled vellum with the title in faded MS to the spine, lacking cover ties, front and rear page corners bumped, early name penned to the title-page; light occasional foxing throughout and small old water spots here and there; anomalies, seemingly missing leaves (pt 1) 97-8, 111-2, 147-8, 157-8, 287-8, 363-6, 391-2, 401-2, (pt 2) 19-20, 31-2, judging by the catchwords and skips in pagination, the book appears to have been bound early without them. In two parts. In Siena, Appresso gli Heredi di Matteo Florimi, 1613.
The Coast Salish of British Columbia
Author: Homer G. Barnett
Publisher: University of Oregon (1955)
First Edition. Studies in Anthropology No 4. Sept 1955. xiii, 320pp, index, then pp B&W photos. Hardcover. Dust Jacket: VG; shelf wear, some chipping, 2 inch tear to front bottom right corner; protect with Brodart jacket. Book: Very Good; no markings, bookplate to inside front cover; darkening to spine panel; spine is very slightly cracked at title page. Homer Garner Barnett (1906-1985) was an American anthropologist, thinker, fieldworker, and teacher, best known for his work with coast First Nations cultures at the University of Oregon. .