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1 Air Ministry) Air Publication 958 King's Regulations and Air Council Instructions for the Royal Air Force, with Appendices and Index, 1942. Annual Report of the 1928 (and) Edition embodying Amendments promulgated in Amendment Lists Nos. 1-116
His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1942, 
(Air Ministry). The King's Regulations and Air Council Instructions for theRoyal Air Force, with Appendices and Index, 1942. Annual Report of the 192 8 (and) Edition embodying Amendments promulgated in Amendment Lists Nos. 1-116. Air Publication 958. London : His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1942. Pp (1),ii-xvi,1-1474. Index. 8vo, grey paper covered boards, blue cloth spine, lettered in black. Contents : 1. Introduction. 2. Organization of the R.A.F. 3. General Instruction for Officers. 4. Command, Relative Rank and Precedence. 5. Ceremonial. 6. Uniform. 7. Orders, Decorations, Medals and Other Distinctions. 8. Appointment, Confirmation, Posting, Attachment, Secondment and Promotion of Officers. 9. Training and Education Generally. 10. Airmen - Entry, Advancement, Reduction, Drafting, Engagements, Discharge and Transfer to the Reserve. 11. Regulations Relating to the Maintenance, Inspection and Testing of Aircraft. 12. Regulations Relating to Flying. 13. General Duties and Miscellaneous Provisions. 14. Movements of Air Forces. 15. Discipline. 16. Courts Martial. 17. Courts of Inquiry, Boards and Committees. 18. Leave of Absence and Passes. 19. Medical and Dental. 20. Messes. 21. Service Institutes. 22. Allotment and Occupation of Quarters. 23. Works Services and Precautions Against Fire. 24. Billeting, Hirings and Lands. 25. Mechanical Transport and Marine Craft. 26. Civil Aviation. 27. Music Services.28. Deleted. 29. Airmen's Documents and Records. 30. Correspondence, Publi cations, Records, Maps, Stationery. 31. R.A.F. Equipment and the Conveyanceof Material. 32. Clothing, Clothing Allowance, Kit Allowance, Accoutrement s, Arms, Kits and Effects. 33. Compensation for Losses. 34. Rations, RationAllowances, Fuel and Light. 35. Accounting for Financial Services. 36. Del eted. 37. Travelling, Passages and Conveyance of Furniture and Baggage. 38.Allowances. 39. Full Pay, Deductions and Stoppages. 40. Half-Pay. 41. Cond itions of Retirement, Resignation and Transfer to the Reserve; Retired Pay,Disability Retired Pay, and Gratuities - Officers. 42. Pensions and Gratui ties for Service and Disability - Airmen. 43. Pensions and Gratuities to Widows and Allowances to Children and Dependent Relatives of Officers and Airmen. 44. Half-Pay, Retired Pay, Pensions and Non-effective Gratuities - Payment of. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Covers worn and smudged, penned name, hinges a bit shaky, else very good. 85.00

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Decoration and Furniture. 1st UK in djs , ALLSOPP, Bruce Architect's Library
2 ALLSOPP, Bruce Architect's Library Decoration and Furniture. 1st UK in djs
ALLSOPP, Bruce. Decoration and Furniture. Volume I : The English Tradition. Volume II : Principles of Modern Design. With Drawings by Kenneth E. Graham and David Rock. L.: Sir Isaac Pitman and Sons, (1952-1953).First Printings. Pp 233 + 205. Illustrated. 4to, tan cloth. Vg in djs (large tear and some surface tears to front panel and spine of Vol.I dj, short tears to Vol.II dj). the set for 125.00

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3 AMBASZ, Emilio (ed.) Italy : The New Domestic Landscape : Achievements and Problems of Italian Design. First Edition in dustjacket
Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1972, ISBN:0870703843 
AMBASZ, Emilio (ed.). Italy : The New Domestic Landscape : Achievements andProblems of Italian Design. New York : The Museum of Modern Art, in collab oration with Centro Di, Florence, (April 1972). First Edition. Pp (10),[11]-430,(2). With 520 illustrations (124 in color). 4to, white paper covered boards, black lettering to spine, in a printed glassine dustjacket with fivepieces of cut-out objects illustrative of Italian design inserted into jac ket as issued. "During the last decade, the emergence of Italy as the dominant force in design has had a profound influence in Europe and the Americas. This phenomenon is important not only becasue of the high quality and diversity of the forms produced, but also because it has generated a lively debate on the sociocultural implications of product design, raising questionsof vital concern to designers throughout the world. For many designers, th e aesthetic quality of individual objects intended for private consumption has become irrelevant in the face of such pressing problems as poverty, urban decay, and the pollution of the environment now encountered in all industrialized countries. Consequently, they are increasingly shifting the focusof their attention from the well-designed object to man's total environmen t, seeing the designer's function as one that can mold patterns of behaviorby creating new settings for freeer, mor adaptable life styles. [...] This publication, issued in conjunction with a major exhibition at The Museum o f Modern Art, is the first to deal comprehensively with these challenging developments. Over 150 objects of Italian design of the past ten years have been selceted for the show and all are reproduced in color or black-and-white, as are the dozen environments by well-known Italian designers speciallycommissioned for the occasion." (from the dj)., Contents : Preface; Introd uction (by Emilio Ambasz); Objects Selected for their Formal and Technical Means; Objects Selected for their Sociocultural Implications; Objects Selected for their Implications of more Flexible Patterns of Use and Arrangement. Environments: Introduction; Design Program; Design as Postulation: Gae Aulenti, Ettore Sottsass, Joe Colombo, Alberto Rosselli, Marco Zanuso and Richard Sapper, Mario Bellini; Design as Commentary: Gaetano Pesce; Counterdesign as Postulation: Ugo La Pietra, Archizoom, Superstudio, Gruppo Strum, Enzo Mari; Winners of the Competition for Young Designers: Gianantonio Mari, Group 9999. Historical Articles: Introduction ; Art Nouveau in Italy (by Paolo Portoghesi); The Futurist Construction of the Universe (by Maurizio Fagiolo dell'Arco); The Beginning of Modern Research, 1930-1940 (by Leonardo Bonevolo); Italian Design 1945-1971 (by Vittorio Gregotti). Critical Articles: Introduction; Italian Design in Relation to Social and Economic Planning(by Ruggero Cominotti); Housing Policy and the Goals of Design in Italy (b y Italo Insolera); Ideological Development in the Thought and Imagery of Italian Design (by Giulio Carlo Argan); The Land of Good Design (by Alessandro Mendini); Radical Architecture (by Germano Celant); Design and Technological Utopia (by Manfredo Tafuri); A Design for New Behaviors (by Filiberto Menna). Summary (by Emilio Ambasz). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good in browned dustjacket (with all five cut-outs present). 100.00

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4 ANDREWS, Edward Deming and Faith ANDREWS ANDREWS, Faith Fruits of the Shaker Tree of Life : Memoirs of Fifty Years of Collecting and Research. in dj
Berkshire Traveller Press, 1975, 
ANDREWS, Edward Deming and Faith ANDREWS. Fruits of the Shaker Tree of Life : Memoirs of Fifty Years of Collecting and Research. Stockbridge, Mass.: The Berkshire Traveller Press, (1975). Pp. 222. Illustrated. Large 8vo, green cloth. Some light wear to spine ends, numbered sticker to front panel, else vg, with a few short tears, creases to edges of dj. 40.00

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5 Antiques - Smithsonian) Cooper-Hewitt Museum Smithsonian Illustrated Library of Antiques. 15 vols in dj
Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design, 1979, 
(Antiques - Smithsonian). Prepared by The Cooper-Hewitt Museum Written by various authors. The Smithsonian Illustrated Library of Antiques. In FifteenVolumes. N. pl.: The Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design, 1979-1983. Pp. 127, approx. in all volumes with numerous colour plates and black & white photographs. 4to, paper covered boards, cloth spines with gilt lettering to front and spine. Titles include: Furniture 1: Prehistoric Through Rococo; Needlework; Oriental Rugs; Porcelain; Clocks; Glass; Prints; Jewelry; Furniture 2: Neoclassic to the Present; Silver; Pottery; Toys & Games; Miniatures; Boxes; Enamels. Small sticker to ffep, else vg in djs ( occasional narrow band of browning to top edges, one or two small bumps). forthe set 250.00

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6 Antiques Gazette. Volume 2, Number 6, July / August 1976 Antiques Gazette. Volume 2, Number 6, July / August 1976
Left Bank Publications, Vancouver, 1976, 
(Antiques Gazette). Antiques Gazette. Volume 2, Number 6, July/August 1976.Vancouver : Left Bank Publications, 1976. Pp (2),3-30,(2) including covers . Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated brown stapled wrappers. Includes articles on silver pots, Canadian pine, engravings, and U.S. bicentennial collectibles. Spine bowned, else very good. 8.00

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7 Antiques) Decorated Nova Scotia Furnishings
(Antiques - Exhibition Catalogue). Decorated Nova Scotia Furnishings, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, July 5 - August 6, 1978. Pp (2),1-36,(2). Illustrated. 4to, card covers. Vg. 30.00

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8 Art Nouveau) MURRAY, Alden (intro.) Art Nouveau
Finch College Museum of Art, 1969, 
(Art Nouveau). Art Nouveau. Introduction by Alden Murray. NY: Finch CollegeMuseum of Art, 1969. Pp. [32] pp., unpaginated. Illustrated. Large 8vo, pu rple illustrated card covers. The accompanying catalogue to an exibition held at the Finch College Museum of Art in New York from April 30 to June 15,1969. With examples of furniture, stained glass, jewellry and artwork from the period. Bend to lower corner, narrow black line along the upper front cover, else vg. 20.00

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9 Bass River Chairs Bass River Chairs, 90th Anniversary, 1860-1950. Shaped in Nova Scotia, Shipped to All the World.
Dominion Chair Co. Limited, Bass River, N.S., 1950, 
(Bass River Chairs). Bass River Chairs, 90th Anniversary, 1860-1950. Shapedin Nova Scotia, Shipped to All the World. Bass River, N.S.: Dominion Chair Co. Limited, (1950). A 24 by 11 inch sheet, folded 4 times into a 6.25 by 3.5 inch brochure. An anniversary promotion showing photographs of 26 different chairs available. Worn and torn at folds, else good. 30.00

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10 Bass River Chairs Bass River Chairs. Shaped in Bass River, Nova Scotia
Dominion Chair Co. Ltd., Charlottetown, P.E.I., 1985, 
(Bass River Chairs). Bass River Chairs. Shaped in Bass River, Nova Scotia. Charlottetown, P.E.I.: [Dominion Chair Co. Ltd.], n.d. [1980s?]. Pp (4) including covers. Illustrated. 4to, a tan single folded sheet. A catalogue illustrated with 22 photographs. Rubbed, “Dominion Chair Co. Ltd.” inkstamp, else very good. 10.00

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Scandinavian Design. 1st in dj , BEER, Eileene Harrison
11 BEER, Eileene Harrison Scandinavian Design. 1st in dj
Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, 1975, 
BEER, Eileene Harrison. Scandinavian Design : Objects of a Life Style. N.Y.: Farrar, Straus and Giroux / The American-Scandinavian Society, (1975). First Printing. Pp 214. Illustrated. 4to, magenta cloth. Covers ceramics, wood and furniture, glass and crystal, textiles, jewelry and metals, trolls, mobiles, et cetera. Vg in dj (chipped at top spine, tears to rear panel). 80.00

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Chinese Furniture.  1st ed in dj /slipcase , BEURDELEY, Michel WATSON, Katherine (trans.)
12 BEURDELEY, Michel WATSON, Katherine (trans.) Chinese Furniture. 1st ed in dj /slipcase
Kodansha International, 1979, ISBN:0870113879 
BEURDELEY, Michel. Chinese Furniture.Translated by Katherine Watson. Tokyo:Kodansha International, (1979). First Edition. Pp. 199. With over 230 plat es, many in colour. Square 4to, green cloth, gilt titles to spine. In grey slipcase (short tear to the top edge, lightly rubbed). Chinese furniture design has changed little over time, however, due partly to the numerous political upheavals in China's history, it is the rare piece that has survived today, where they are now found mostly in museums and private collections. This book discusses not only designs in rosewood, but also many types of lacquered and enameled furniture and porcelain furnishings. A valuable reference guide for the collector and the art historian alike. Faint narrow mark to front cloth, else a very attractive copy in a price-clipped dj. 300.00

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Splendid Harvest : Germanic Folk and Decorative Arts in Canada. First Edition in dustjacket., BIRD, Michael & Terry KOBAYASHI HARPER, J. Russell, introduction, WEISER, Frederick S., foreword,
13 BIRD, Michael & Terry KOBAYASHI HARPER, J. Russell, introduction, WEISER, Frederick S., foreword, Splendid Harvest : Germanic Folk and Decorative Arts in Canada. First Edition in dustjacket.
Van Nostrand Reinhold Ltd., Toronto, 1981, 
BIRD, Michael & Terry KOBAYASHI. A Splendid Harvest : Germanic Folk and Decorative Arts in Canada. Foreword by Frederick S. Weiser. Introduction by J.Russell Harper. Toronto: Van Nostrand Reinhold Ltd., (1981). First Printin g. Pp. (6),7-240. Illustrated, occasionally in colour. Double column. Index. Small 4to, mustard cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "'A Splendid Harvest' is a fascinating pictorial surevey of buildings, furniture, woodcarvings, everyday utensils, Fraktur, textiles and even gravemarkers of Germanic origin. It covers the work of Pennsylvania Germans and Continental Germans from the Maritimes, Ontario and the Prairies, as well as the work of the Mennonites, Amist, Hutterites and other religious groups who came to Canada insearch of new opportunity. The artifacts in the book illustrate a colourfu l and even fanciful vision of the world. Folk-art motifs such as the heart,tulips, stars and birds recur on almost every conceivable object. They are spontaneous expressions ofbeauty, which grow out of a strong sense of comm unity, spiritual harmony and historical place. The authors have captured their charm in 219 black and white and 41 stunning colour photographs." - from the dustjacket. Very good in nicked dustjacket. 50.00

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14 BRISTOW, Ian C. JONES, Inigo WREN, Christopher Architectural Colour in British Interiors 1615-1840. Paul Mellon Centre forStudies in British Art Series . First Edition in dustjacket.
Yale University Press, New Haven & London, 1996, ISBN:0300038666 
BRISTOW, Ian C. Architectural Colour in British Interiors 1615-1840. New Haven & London: "Published for the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art by Yale University Press", 1996. First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xxi,(1),1-265,(1). Illustrated in colour and black & white. 4to, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "For many years, historical architectural colour has been anelusive topic, since paint fades and discolours, and most early schemes ha ve been obliterated by succeeding phases of redecoration. In parallel with this, the taste of later generations has also overlaid earlier ideas of colour with a mass of subjective opinion and received wisdom. To remedy matters, this objective study combines information from documentary sources with data obtained from the technical investigation of significant interiors by important architects of the period, and presents for the first time a coherent outline of true historical practice. It is an essential complement to more conventional architectural studies of form and space. Earlier essays inthe topic have not only been limited by the ephemeral nature of the physic al evidence, but have often assumed a fixed or universal canon of taste andfailed to understand the manner in which this has changed with every gener ation. A lack of technical knowledge has also led to the misinterpretation of early documents; and although much has been published on the more immediately accessible subjects of wallpaper, textiles, furniture, and fine decorative painting, this is the first study dedicated to the architectural colours which united them. It is thus a key text for students of all aspects ofthe historic interior, besides the more general reader. In a series of cha pters, the noble interiors of Inigo Jones are contrasted with more intimatespaces of the period; and the succeeding drabness adopted in many rooms of the second half of the seventeenth century is set against its taste for ma rbling, graining, and imitation japan. It is shown how the new foundation established by the Palladians came to provide the basis for the lively use of colour by Robert Adam and his contemporaries; and the study concludes by showing how the development of colour theory in the early nineteenth century superseded eighteenth-century ideas and, combined with the Regency taste for the exotic, led to an entirely new outlook, much of which still forms present-day preconceptions." - from the dj. Chapters: 1. Introduction: the age of Inigo Jones; 2. The age of Wren; 3. The Palladians from 1715 to the mid-1750s; 4. The coloured neo-classical ceilings of Robert Adam and his contemporaries; 5. Paint colour on walls in neo-classical interiors; 6. The late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries: archaeological and exotic influences; 7. New perceptions of colour: its usage at the end of the period. With notes, sopurces and index. Faint mark where label removed from endpaper, else very good in dustjacket. 100.00

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15 BYXBEE, O.F. Establishing a Newspaper : A Handbook for the Prospective Publisher, Including Suggestions for the Financial Advancement of Existing Daily and Weekly Journals
Inland Printer Company, Chicago, 1901, 
BYXBEE, O.F. Establishing a Newspaper : A Handbook for the Prospective Publisher, Including Suggestions for the Financial Advancement of Existing Daily and Weekly Journals. Chicago: The Inland Printer Company, 1901. Pp. (6),7-113,(3) of ads. 8vo, green cloth with gilt lettering to front and blank spine. Contents: 1. Choosing a Field; 2. Selecting a Building and Its Location; 3. Choosing a Title, Arranging Size and Number of Pages, and Price; 4. Ready-Print, Plates, or All Home Production; 5. Make-up of the Paper: Style and Heads; 6. Buying Material: Size and Quantity of Body Letter; 7. Buying Material: Style and Quantity of Ad. Type; 8. Buying Material: The Press; 9.Buying Material: Miscellaneous Requirements for Composing and Press Rooms, Total Cost; 10. Arrangement of the Composing-Room; 11. Business Office Fix tures and Arrangement; 12. Furniture and Arrangement of the Editorial Rooms; 13. Bookkeeping and Office Management; 14. Reportorial Force and Its Work; 15. Procuring and Interesting Correspondents; 16. Rules for Reporters andCorrespondents; 17. Procuring Subscribers; 18. Keeping Subscribers; 19. Co llecting Subscriptions; 20. The Advertising Rate Card; 21. Procuring Advertising; 22. Allowing Credits and Collecting Bills; 23. Advertising a Newspaper; 24. Extra and Special Editions. Inner hinges cracked, news articles pasted to front pastedown and ffep, name inked to preface page, a couple instances of sparse pencilled marginalia, else very good. 40.00

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16 CALLOWAY, Stephen LIBERTY, Arthur Lasenby) SWEET, Fay BAYER, Patricia House of Liberty : Masters of Style and Decoration. First Edition in dustjacket.
Thames and Hudson, London, 1992, ISBN:0500236453 
(LIBERTY, Arthur Lasenby). CALLOWAY, Stephen. The House of Liberty : Masters of Style and Decoration. (London): Thames & Hudson, (1992). First Printing. Pp. (7),8-224. Illustrated, largely in colour. 4to, navy blue cloth withsilver decoration to front cover and silver lettering to spine. "From its founding in 1875, the firm of Liberty has been a byword for high-quality, stylish design. A great shop and trading company is inevitably affected by changes in fashion; what gives this one its peculiar distinction is that it has not just followed these changes but has helped to create them, for overa hundred years. Arthur Lasenby Liberty, its founder, set out to trasnform the appearance of dress and interior decoration; that sense of excitement has remained integral to the house to this day, and continues to appeal to a wide international clientele, making Liberty one of the few names in retailing to be known worldwide." - from the dustjacket. Contents: Part I: The Early Years: Alison Adburgham on "The Wind of the East", "The Oriental Bazaar", and "The Aesthetic Movement". Part II: Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau: Stephen Calloway on "Liberty's and International Art Nouveau", Jennifer Harris on textiles, Judith Watt on costume, Stephen Astley on furniture, Eric Turner on metalwork, Malcolm Haslam on ceramics and glass, and Catherine Bindman on graphics. Part III: The Twenties and Thirties: Calloway on "An Ageof Nostalgia", Wendy Hitchmough on "The Liberty Shops", Margaret Knight on textiles, Watt on costume, and Haslam on ceramics and glass. Part IV: The Fifties and Sixties: Patricia Bayer on an era of revivals, textiles, the Liberty scarf, furniture, ceramics, an glass. Part V: Liberty's Now: Fay Sweet on the new internationalism and Liberty today. Very good in lightly nicked dustjacket. Due to the size of this book, extra shipping charges may be necessary to cover postage on international orders. 40.00

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17 Canadian Antiques Collector Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 9 / No. 5, September / October 1974
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1974, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 9 / No. 5,September / October 1974. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1974. Pp [1]-46,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrat ed white stapled wrappers. Contains articles on country heritage, original prints, baroque bronze sculpture, potting in Ontario, the grange, Canadian glass, mysterious bolles. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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18 Canadian Antiques Collector 08:1 BOLGER, Francis W.P. ROBERTSON, Ian GALLANT, Marc Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue / Canadian Antiques Collector 8:1
Canadian Antiques Collector, 1973, 
Canadian Antiques Collector. Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue FeaturingNewfoundland. [1973]. Vol.8, No.1. Pp [1]-[80]. Double column. Large 8vo ( 8½ x 11 inches), self-wraps. Articles include the following : Francis W.P. Bolger's "Momentous Issues in the Island Story"; Margaret Matthew's "Gardenin the Gulph"; Ian Robertson's "Notable Prince Edward Islanders"; Leslie A . Maloney's "The First Islanders"; Mary Burnett's "Handwoven and Homespun";Irene L. Rogers' "Heritage in Building"; Marc Gallant's photographic essay & poem; Leone Mosher Ross' "Houses of Worship"; Nicolas de Jong's "Did The y Hear the Whistle Blowing?" [railways]; E.G. Carroll's "History of Printing"; Irene Rogers and Ruth MacKenzie's "Furniture Making on Prince Edward Island"; Moncrieff Williamson's "Visual Arts"; Catherine G. Hennessy's "Red is the Soil" and "Heritage Foundation"; Olive Jones' "Glassware"; John Cousins' "Those Gallant Ships"; Cornelius Howatt's "The Farm Family"; Naomi Griffiths' "Acadian Settlers"; Catherine McLeod's "Clock and Watchmakers"; P.E.I. Numismatic Society's "Island Currency"; "Anne of Greene Gables". Vg. 20.00

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19 Canadian Antiques Collector ALLABY, Eric STANLEY, George F.G. COLLARD, Elizabeth Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May - June 1975
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1975, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May – June 1975. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1975. Pp [1]-95,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated whitestapled wrappers. A special issue on the Province of New Brunswick. Of nau tical interest : Of Ships and Shipbuilders (by A. Gregg Finley, pp 43-47); Heritage under the Sea [shipwrecks and artifacts] (by Eric Allaby, pp 48-51). Other contents : New Brunswick Heritage (by George F.G. Stanley); Biographical Studies in New Brunswick (by Michael Swift); New Brunswick Indian Crafts (by Gaby Pelletier); Acadian Village / Village Acadien (by Clarence LeBreton); Early Silversmiths (by Donald C. Mackay); Two New Brunswick Furniture Craftsmen (by Charles Foss); New Brunswick Before History (by Chris Turnbull); Architecture in New Brunswick (by Stuart Smith); Some Historic Buildings (by Robert Power); The Acadian Museum / Le Musee Acadien (by Clement Cormier); Kings Landing (by Ted Eaton); Stone Church (by Huia G. Ryder); George Neilson Smith (by Ian G. Lumsden); The Best of Pine and Maple (by HuiaG. Ryder); St- Andrews (by Roger Nason); A N.B. Contribution to Canadian P otting (by Elizabeth Collard); The J.C. Webster Collection (by Dona Atcheson); New Brunswick Artists (by Robert Percival); Museums and Historic Sites (by John G. McAvity). Rubbed, mailing label, coffee stains to front cover, a few pen marks, else good. 25.00

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20 Canadian Antiques Collector BOLGER, Francis W.P. WILLIAMSON, Moncrieff ROBERTSON, Ian Ross Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 8 / No. 2, Prince Edward Island CentenaryIssue.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1973, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 8 / No. 2,Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1973. Pp [1]-79,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4t o, illustrated stapled wrappers. Of nautical interest : Fisheries : A Tone Poem (photographic essay and poem by Marc Gallant, pp 31-35); Those GallantShips (by John Cousins, pp 58-60, illustrated). Other contents : Momentous Issues in the Island Story (by Francis W.P. Bolger); Garden in the Gulph ( by Margaret Matthew); Notable Prince Edward Islanders (by Ian Ross Ribertson); The First Islanders (by Leslie A. Maloney); Homespun and Handwoven (by Mary Burnett); Island Currency; Heritage in Building (by Irene L. Rogers); Houses of Worship (by Leone Mosher Ross); Did They Hear the Whistle Blowing? (by Nicolas de Jong); History of Printing (by E.G. Carroll); Furniture Making On Prince Edward Island (by Irene Rogers and Ruth MacKenzie); Visual Arts (by Moncrieff Williamson); Red is the Soil (by Catherine Hennessey); Glassware (by Olive Jones); The Farm Family (by Cornelius Howatt); Heritage Foundation (by Catherine Hennessey); Acadian Settlers (by Naomi Griffiths); Clock and Watchmakers (by Catherine McLeod). Rubbed, penned name and mailing label, else very good. 25.00

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