Smithsonian Institute, 1952. Hard cover. Presentation copy--signed and inscribed by author. Front and back boards are soiled. Corners of front boards are bumped in a few places. Spine is rubbed and discolored. Binding is tight. Text is clean and unmarked.More
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1974. Hard cover. Jacket has dark spots on the inside, edge wear, some scratches and discoloration on the faces of the jacket, and a tear on the spine.
Cover has some dark spots, white smudges, and a torn upper spine. Book edge shows some foxing or..... More
Osaka, Jap: Japan Textile Color Design Center, 1959. Hardcover. Cloth (all three volumes), 37 cm each. Volume I has 83 pages of text followed by 184 pages of plates featuring 160 in black & white and 24 in color; Volume II has 83 pages of t ext followed by 175..... More
The Hall of the Twenty Rarities, 1989. Hardcover. No date. Inscribed by the author, and Vyolet and Daniel Chu, two of the people named in the acknowledgement. Another name written on the front endpaper.More
Verlag das Beispiel, 1988. Hardcover. Inscribed by the artist on the front end paper. Includes two letters written by Johannes and Edith Streiter to Glass Artist Arthur Stern. In shelfworn slipcase.More
University of California Press, 2005. Hard cover. Top edge of jacket is worn and creased. Bottom corners of front and back cover boards are bumped. Spine is slightly shaken, but binding is secure. Inside is clean and unmarked.More