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101 MAROIS, Roger J.M. Mercury Series Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper no. 40) Quelques Techniques de Decoration de la Ceramique Impressionnee : Correspondance des Termes Francais et Anglais
National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, 1975, 
MAROIS, Roger J.M. Quelques Techniques de Decoration de la Ceramique Impressionnee : Correspondance des Termes Francais et Anglais . Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1975. Pp. (1),i-vii,[1]-105,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated orange-red card covers. National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper no. 40. Text in French. Vg. 15.00

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102 MAROIS, Roger J.M. Mercury Series Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper no. 75 Le Gisement Beaumier : Essai sur l'Evolution des Decors de la Ceramique. signed.
National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, 1978, 
MAROIS, Roger J.M. Le Gisement Beaumier : Essai sur l'Evolution des Decors de la Ceramique . Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1978. Pp. (1),i-xix,1-299,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrasted orange-red card covers. National Museum of Man Mercury Series. Archaeological Survey of Canada Paper no. 75. Faint cover creasing, name stamp to front, else vg. Signed and inscribed byMarois on the title page. 40.00

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103 MAROIS, Roger. SCATAMACCHIA, Maria Cristina Mineiro. SERRANO, Eliana Duran, Pan American Institute of Geography and History, Pub. 472, Essay on Decoration Composition
Pan American Institute of Geography and History, Mexico, 1994, ISBN:9686384154 
MAROIS, Roger, Maria Cristina Mineiro SCATAMACCHIA, and Eliana Duran SERRANO. Essay on Decoration Composition. Pan American Institute of Geography andHistory, Pub. 472. (Mexico) : Pan American Institute of Geography and Hist ory, 1994. Pp (4),[5]-78,(6). Illustrated, 8vo, illustrated red card covers, lettered in white, with blank spine. The development of a classification system of American Indian pottery decoration. Contents : Foreword; Introduction; The Principles of the System; Definitions; Symbols and Abbreviations;Reference List : Category 1. Straight Elements. Category 2. Curvilinear El ements. Category 3. Straight and Curve Elements; Description Examples. Circular library inkstamp, else very good. 20.00

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104 McLEOD, Keith A., ed. WEDGWOOD, Josiah) ELWOOD, Marie Wedgwood : Art, Design, & Production : Articles from the Proceedings of theWedgwood International Seminars held in Williamsburg (#43), Pittsburgh (#4 4), and St. Louis (#45)
Wedwood International Seminar, Toronto, 2002, ISBN:0968089836 
McLEOD, Keith A., ed. Wedgwood : Art, Design, & Production : Articles from the Proceedings of the Wedgwood International Seminars held in Williamsburg(#43), Pittsburgh (#44), and St. Louis (#45). (Toronto: The Wedgwood Inter national Seminar, 2002). Pp. (1),2-195,(1). Illustrated in black and white,black titles to front and spine. Contents: 1. Gaye Blake Roberts's "Wedgwo od & Eighteenth-Century Creamware"; 2. Lynn Miller's "Wedgwood & Nineteenth-Century Creamware"; 3. John C. Austin's "British Delft at Williamsburg"; [OF NOVA SCOTIA AND LOYALIST INTEREST] 4. Marie Elwood's "'Their Few Possessions': Colonial Wares in British North America" (pp. 46-54); 5. Patricia F.Ferguson's "Wedgwood & Bentley's Bulbous Root Pots: Refining and Reviving an Eighteenth-Century Floral Fashion"; 6. Gaye Blake Roberts's "Wedgwood & Nature in the Eighteenth Century"; 7. Lynn Miller's "Wedgwood & Nature in the Nineteenth Century"; 8. Muriel Polikoff's "The Portland Vase: The Wedgwood Copies & Other English Portland Vases"; 9. Gaye Blake Roberts's "Basalt and Jasper"; 10. Aileen Dawson's "Josiah Wedgwood I and Figure Sculpture: ABrief Survey"; 11. Vivian (Scheidemantel) Hawes's "The Figure in Wedgwood: Basalt and Jasper Treasures from New England Collections: An Exhibition"; 12. Christopher Johnson's "Developments in Pottery Manufacturing Technologyin the Twentieth Century"; 13. Julie Saunders's "Eighteenth-Century Worces ter"; 14. Harry E. Frost's "A Retrospective of Twentieth-Century Worcester Porcelain". Faint crease to rear cover, else very good. 30.00

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105 McLEOD, Keith A., James R. BOYLE, and Gaye Blake ROBERTS, eds. WEDGWOOD, Josiah) UNIACKE, Richard John] ELWOOD, Marie Josiah Wedgwood and The Potter's Arts
Wedgwood International Seminar, K. McLeod, Toronto, 1996, ISBN:0968089801 
McLEOD, Keith A., James R. BOYLE, and Gaye Blake ROBERTS, eds. Josiah Wedgwood and The Potter's Arts. Edited by Keith A. McLeod, James R. Boyle, and Gaye Blake Roberts. (Toronto: Wedgwood International Seminar, K. McLeod, 1996). Pp. (2),iii-x,1-198. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, decorated white card covers with black titles to front and spine. This volume is based upon the proceedings of the Wedgwood International Seminar #39 held in Toronto May 1994 and the 40th Wedgwood International Seminar held at Etruria and Barlaston, June 1995. Contents: I: Establishing the Pottery: 1. Robin Reilly's"Josiah Wedgwood: A Tribute"; 2. Rodney Hampson's "Early Staffordshire Inf luences on Josiah Wedgwood"; 3. Martin Wedgwood's "The Etruscans and Etruria: The Background to the First Day's Vases"; 4. Ruth Vincent Kemp's "Firingand Fetlocks: Josiah Wedgwood and George Stubbs"; 5. Lynn Miller's "A Capi tal Venture"; 6. David Barker's "The Potter's Art Rediscovered: The Archaeology of Pottery Production in the Age of Wedgwood". II: Pottery Arts and Trade Developed: 7. Robert Copeland's "The Four Josiahs"; 8. Nancy Ramage's "Superintending the Arts: Sir William Hamilton as Patron"; 9. Nancy Ramage's"The Warwick Vase and the Issue of Reproduction"; 10. Brian Musselwhite's "James Tassie and Neoclassicism in Miniature"; 11. Audrey Dudson's "Dudson -- A Family of Potters Since 1800"; 12. Julie Saunders's "The Minton Dessert Services of Lord Milton and Dr Cheadle". III: Industrial Production and Society: 13. Lynne Sussman's "The Ingenious Techniques of Industrial Slipware"; 14. Conrad Biernacki's "Pastile Burners and Tiles: The Hygiene Movementin 19th Century England"; 15. Maureen Batkin's "Gifts for Good Children". IV: Potteries and North America: 16. Terence A. Lockett's "English Ceramicsfor Colonial America"; 17. Neil Evans's "Staffordshire Commercial Links wi th the United States and the Development of Customer Distribution c. 1800-1880"; [OF NOVA SCOTIA INTEREST] 18. Marie Elwood's "Two Wedgwood Services in Canada: Two Studies in Provenance" (pp. 159-162, with much on Richard John Uniacke); 19. Helen Dewolf's "The Port Royal Project: Chinese Porcelain and the Seventeenth-Century Port Royall, Jamaica Ceramics Assemblage"; 20. Suzanne Stiegelbauer's "The Tradition of Pueblo Pottery in the Age of Industrialization"; 21. Martha McKee's "Marketing Wedgwood in Canada: A Decade ofExperience". V: Celebrations and Reflections: 22. Sharon Gater's "A Potter 's Tribute: The Wedgwood Bicentenary Celebration"; 23. Vandra Masemann's "The Meanings of Wedgwood". Faint cover creasing to front, else very good. 25.00

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106 McNEIL, Joan HANDY, Arthur McNEIL, Joan Joan McNeil : Brickworks
Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, Halifax, 1999, ISBN:1895763355 
(McNEIL, Joan. Joan McNeil : Brickworks. Guest Curator : Arthur Handy. (Halifax) : Saint Mary's University Art Gallery, 1999. Pp (6),[7]-22,(2). Illustrated. Large 8vo, tan stapled card covers, lettered in black. An exhibition catalogue. Includes the essay "Brickworks : An Installation by Joan McNeil" by Arthur Handy. Joan McNeil studied architecture at the University of Manitoba in Winnipegba; and took a masters degree in Fine Arts at the University of Regina. Since 1995 she has worked mainly at producing functional ceramics, and to a lesser extent at sculpture, curating, and writing. Very good. 17.00

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Artes de Mexico.  no. 81/82, 1966, bound., Mexican Art] OBREGON, Gonzalo. CASTRO, Efrain. VILLASENOR, Francisco.
107 Mexican Art] OBREGON, Gonzalo. CASTRO, Efrain. VILLASENOR, Francisco. Artes de Mexico. no. 81/82, 1966, bound.
Artes de Mexico, 1966, 
[Mexican Art]. Artes de Mexico Numero 81/82, Año 1966, 2a. Epoca. Tercera Edicion. Mexico: Artes de Mexico, 1966. Pp 176, plates. 4to, ill. card covers bound in pressed cloth. English text. Vg. 65.00

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108 MILANICH, Jerald T., Ann S. CORDELL, Vernon J. KNIGHT, Jr., Timothy A. KOHL Archaeology of Northern Florida, A.D. 200-900. Softcover, first printing
University Press of Florida, Gainesvillle et al, 1997, ISBN:0813015383 
MILANICH, Jerald T., Ann S. CORDELL, Vernon J. KNIGHT, Jr., Timothy A. KOHLR, and Brenda J., SIGLER-LAVELLE. Archaeology of Northern Florida, A.D. 200-900. Gainesvile [et al] : University Press of Florida, (1997). First Printing. Pp (6),vii-xviii,1-222. Illustrated. Maps. Index. Double Column. Large8vo, illustrated black card covers, lettered in red, white and black. Cont ents : 1. Behind the Scenes. 2. The Concept of Weeden Island : Geographic and Temporal Distribution; The Development of the Weeden Island Concept. 3. Patterns of Site Location and Prehistoric Occupation : North Florida: Region of the McKeithen Weeden Island Culture; Physiography; Natural Environment; Site Distribution Data from North Florida; McKeithen Weeden Island Settlement Patterns. 4. The McKeithen Villlage : Generating Test Implications; Field Investigations; Ceramics; Lithic Materials; Floral and Faunal Remams; Building a Chronology' A Return to the Hypothesis; Summary. 5. Charnel Knowledge: McKeithen Mounds : Preparation of the Dead: Mound A; Residence and Tomb of the Religious Specialist: Mound B; Final Interment: Mound C; Good News-Bad News Archaeology. 6. Technological Analysis of the Ceramics : Origin of Manufacture; Specialized Use: Sacred-Secular Ceramic Variability; Craft Specialization in the Manufacture of Pottprv. 7. Description of the FotteryVesseis From the McKeithen Mounds : Mound A; Mound B; Mound C; Comparison of the Mound Ceramic Assemblages. 8. Symbolism: Interpreting the Mound C Pottery Cache and Related Weeden Island Ceramics : Theoretical and Methodological Bases for the Analysis; The Mnund C Effigy Vessels and Their Cultural Contexts; Relation to Zooarchaeological Studies; Identification and Symbolism of Animal Classes; Integrating the Symbols. 9. Interpreting Weeden Island : Chronology; Village Life, Settlements, and Social Organization; Ceramics: Technological and Symbolic Approaches; The Big Picture: Weeden Island and the Greater Southeast. Appendix: Other North Florida Weeden Island Sites : Johns Pond Village Site; Leslie Mound and Village; Carter Mound 1 Complex. Very good. 25.00

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109 MILLER, Daniel, and Christopher TILLEY (eds.). New Directions in Archaeology. Ideology, Power and Prehistory. First Edition
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [et al], 1984, ISBN:0521255260 
MILLER, Daniel, and Christopher TILLEY (eds.). Ideology, Power and Prehistory. Cambridge [et al] : Cambridge University Press, (1984). First Edition. Pp (4),v-vii,(1),1-157,(3). Illustrated. Maps. Index. Double Column. 4to, purple cloth, lettered in white and tan. In the New Directions in Archaeology series. "This book starts from the premise that methodology - the procedures for obtaining an 'objective' knowledge of the past - has always dominated archaeology to the detriment of broader social theory. It argues that social theory is archaeological theory, and that past failure to recognise this has resulted in disembodied archaeological theory and weak disciplinary practice. Ideology, Power and Prehistory therefore seeks to reinstate the primacy of social theory and the social nature of the past worlds that archaeologists seek to understand. The contributors to this book argue that pastpeoples, the creators of the archaeological records, should be understood as actively manipulating their own material world to represent and misrepresent their own and others' interests. Thus the concepts of ideology and power, long discussed in social and political science yet largely ignored by archaeologists, must henceforward play a central role in our understanding of the past as a social creation. Archaeologists must now consider how the material remains they study were used to create images by past societies, which do not simply mirror or reflect but actively orientate the nature of these societies/" (from the back cover). Contents : Part One - Theoretical Perspectives. 1. Ideology, power and prehistory : an introduction (by Daniel Miller and Christopher Tilley). Part Two - Ideology and Power in the Present and Historical Past. 2. Endo ceramics and power strategies (by Alice Welbourn). 3. Interpreting ideology in historical archaeology : the William Paca Garden in Annapolis, Maryland (by Mark Leone). 4. Modernism and suburbia as material ideology (by Daniel Miller). Part Three - Ideology and Power inPrehistory. 5. Burials, houses, women and men in the European Neolithic (b y Ian Hodder). 6. Economic and ideological change : cyclical growth in the pre-state societies of Jutland (by Michael Parker Pearson). 7. Ritual and prestige in the prehistory of Wessex c. 2,200-1,400 BC : a new dimension to the archaeological evidence (by Mary Braithwaite). 8. Ideology and the legitimation of power in the Middle Neolithic of southern Sweden (by Christopher Tilley). Part Four - Conclusions. 9. Ideology, power, material culture and long-term change (by Daniel Miller and Christopher Tilley). Very good. 60.00

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110 MIPAAS, Cyril (ed.). Arts & Antiques. Volume 1, Number 7. May-June.
Arts and Antiques Publishing Co., Philadelphia, 1965, 
MIPAAS, Cyril (ed.). Arts & Antiques. Volume 1, Number 7. May-June. (Philadelphia : Arts and Antiques Publishing Co., 1965). Pp 1-71,(1). Illustrated.8vo, illustrated red stapled card covers. Contents : Circus Reminiscences; Buchholz of Philadelphia; Art Nouveau; International market Place; Highlig hts of the Coliseum Fair in NYC; Shibui in the U.S.A.; The Camera Corner; The University Hospital Show; Henry Strater, Veteran Maine Painter; Wedgewood's Portland Vase; Change of Taste. Very good. 10.00

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111 MORRIS, William) Robert LITTLE LITTLE, Robert Works of William Morris (1834-1896). pbk.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts / Musee des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, Montreal, 1991, ISBN:2891921429 
(MORRIS, William) Robert LITTLE. The Works of William Morris / L'Oeuvre de William Morris (1834-1896) . From the collection of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. A travelling exhibition funded by the Museum Assistance Program of Communications Canada and organized by the Extension Service of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal: Musee des Beaux-Arts de Montreal, (1991). Pp. [1]-48. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, illustrated red card covers. Lightly edgeworn, else vg. 15.00

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Anglo-Saxon Pottery and the Settlement of England.   in dj , MYRES, J. N. L.
112 MYRES, J. N. L. Anglo-Saxon Pottery and the Settlement of England. in dj
Clarendon Press, 1969, 
MYRES, J. N. L. Anglo-Saxon Pottery and the Settlement of England. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969. Pp. 259 including [51] pp. of line illustrations with text opposite, and 10 maps, followed by 8 plates of black & white photographs. Large 8vo, black cloth with gilt to spine. Contains a classification of English pottery and an assessment of the information it can provide towards an understanding of the historical circumstances in which the Anglo-Saxon settlements of the fifth and sixth centuries A.D. took place. Vg with small chip to rear and light edge wear to spine faded, price clipped dj. 75.00

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Kutani Ware.  1st US in dj , NAKAGAWA, Sensaku BESTER, John (trans.)
113 NAKAGAWA, Sensaku BESTER, John (trans.) Kutani Ware. 1st US in dj
Kodansha International Ltd. and Shibundo, 1979, ISBN:0870113224 
NAKAGAWA, Sensaku. Kutani Ware. Translated and adaped by John Bester. (Tokyo: Kodansha International Ltd. and Shibundo, 1979). First Edition. Pp. 181.Illustrated with 152 black & white and 24 coloured plates, with accompanyi ng captions. Large 8vo, green and purple cloth. Kutani ware is a style of Japanese ceramics, popular for its bold bright use of enamels, which flourished in the latter half of the seventeenth century. Richly illustrated with examples of early and later pieces. Includes a glossary of terms. Spine ends gently bumped, light shelfwear to the bottom edges, else vg in price-clipped dj. 100.00

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114 NASH, Roland J. STEWART, Frances L. ERSKINE, John. KRISTMANSON, Helen. Melanson : A Large Micmac Village in Kings County, Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1990, 
NASH, Roland J. and Frances L. Stewart. Melanson : A Large Micmac Village in Kings County, Nova Scotia. Halifax: Nova Scotia Museum, 1990. Pp. (2),iii-xii,1-260. Illustrated. 4to, black comb-binding, cream card covers. Curatorial Report No.67. "The Melanson Site (BgDb-7) is a Ceramic Age village on the Gaspereau River in Kings County, NOva Scotia. While known to collectorsand archaeologists for some time, the site remained an unknown entity, cur iously large in size and unconected to the arrival of the Acadians. The Melanson project was initiated in 1985 and involved excavations in 1986 on thewestern end of the site. The project sought to define the economic base of the village and to comprehend its patterns of growth. Ecological examinati on of the Gaspereau catchment area plus the recovery of a good floral sample and small faunal sample indicate primary reliance on the secondary economic pursuits. Analysis of the material culture reveals a typically Micmac occupation spanning the last 2000 years. During this time, the Middle and Late Ceramic Periods, the village apparently expanded upriver and grew in size, the operative social group likely being a composite band. Distinctive features of the Melanson Site include large pits on the latest part of the site and the use of the chalcedonies from nearby Scots Bay on North Mountain. ALso on North Mountain is Cape Blomidon, the home of Glooscap, and it is argued here that the pre-eminence of the Melanson Site is a product of the availability of gaspereau, the proximity of the stone quarries and the supernatural qualities of Blomidon." - from the abstract. Contents: 1. Introduction, by Ronald J. Nash; 2. List of Ecozones in the Gaspereau River Valley Area Available for Exploitation Prior to European Arrival, by Sharon Jan and Ronald J. Nash; 3. The Gaspereau Survey (Nash); 4. The 1958 Excavations, byJohn Erskine; 5. THe 1965 Excavations (Nash); 6. The 1986 Excavations (Nas h); 7. Melanson: Material Culture (Nash); 8. Ceramics from the Melanson Site, by Helen Kristmanson; 9. Faunal Remains from the 1986 Excavations at theMelanson Site (BgDb-7), Nova Scotia, by Frances L. Stewart; 10. Preliminar y Report on the Macroplant Remains from the Melanson Site, Kings County, Nova Scotia, by Michael Deal; 11. Melanson in the Ceramic Age (Nash). Nick tohead of spine, else very good. Uncommon. 40.00

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115 Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design OSTROM, Walter FURUE, Nooko RITCHIE, Pam Centennial Celebration : April 30 - July 5, 1987, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design NSCAD, Halifax, 1987, 
(Nova Scotia College of Arts and Design). Centennial Celebration : April 30– July 5, 1987, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Halifax : NSCAD, 1987. Pp (8) including covers. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, white stapled card covers, flap to back cover. An exhibition catalogue of crafts works by alumni and current faculty of the Craft Division of the Nova Scotia College of Crafts and Design, with sections on “Textiles” by Nooko Furue, “Jewellery” by Pam Ritchie, and “Ceramics” by Walter Ostrom. Rubbed, pen mark to front cover, else good to very good. 10.00 Keywords : HALIFAX

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116 Nova Scotia Economic Council) Reports of the N.S. Economic Council 2
1938, 
(Nova Scotia Economic Council). Reports of the Nova Scotia Economic Council : Volume II (Numbers 5 to 17 inclusive) 1937. Halifax : Provincial Secretary, King's Printer, 1938. Pp (6),7-89,(1). Tables, graphs. 8vo, card covers. Newfoundland related: 6. The Desirability of Equal Freight Rates on Dried Fish Shipments from Halifax and Newfoundland to Brazil (pp.11-14, with graph). Also : 7. The Dried Fish Trade of the United States and its Relation to Canadian Exports / Supplement to Report Number 7 (pp.15-22); 8. The Conditions Necessary for the Revival of the Atlantic Fisheries (pp.23-28); 10. Transportation Rates on Fresh Fish; 16. Cod-Liver Oil Trade. Reports : 5. Assistance needed for Further Geological Surveys and Mapping of Nova Scotia and for Investigations in Fuel and Ore-Testing and Ceramics Laboratories; 6. The Desirability of Equal Freight Rates on Dried Fish Shipments from Halifax and Newfoundland to Brazil; 7. The Dried Fish Trade of the United States and its Relation to Canadian Exports / Supplement to Report Number 7; 8. The Conditions Necessary for the Revival of the Atlantic Fisheries; 9. The Advisability of Adopting Stabilization for Secondary Roads; 10. Transportation Rates on Fresh Fish; 11. Need for a Division of Information for Assisting the Secondary Industries of Nova Scotia; 12. The Problem of Population in Nova Scotia / Memorandum on Population Changes in Nova Scotia / Memorandum on Unemployment in Nova Scotia; 13. Need for Further Research in the Canning of Apple Juices; 14. Recommendation Respecting the Gold Mines of Nova Scotia; 15. A Brief Review of the Requirements of the Salt Industry of Nova Scotia; 16. Cod-Liver Oil Trade; 17. Dominion-Provincial Financial Relations. Vg. 35.00

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117 Paris Universal Exposition 1878). FERGUSON, Thomas B. Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition, 1878. In Five Volumes
Government Printing Office, Washington, 1880, 
(Paris Universal Exposition 1878). Reports of the United States Commissioners to the Paris Universal Exposition, 1878. [In Five Volumes]. Published under direction of the Secretary of State by authority of Congress. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1880. Pp [i]-iv,(2),1-464,frontis + 5 plates (one double-page, two folding); [i]-v,(1),[1]-548,frontis + 7 plates; [i]-iii,(3),[1]-595,(1),frontis + 18 plates (also text figures); [i]-v,(1),[1]-686,frontis (fldg) + 16 plates (mostly folding); [i]-xii,[1]-702,frontis +27 plates (some folding). 8vo, green cloth, gilt to boards and spine. Volu me I : Report of the Commissioner-General, with accompanying papers, including Lists of Exhibitors and of Awards. Volume II : Fine Arts, Education, Wood Carving, Textile Fabrics. Volume III : Iron and Steel, Ceramics and Glass, Forestry, Cotton. Volume IV : Chemical Processes, Mining Industries, Steam and Gas Engines, Machines and Machine Tools, Clocks and Watches, RailwayApparatus. Volume V : Agricultural Implements, Agricultural Products, Live Stock, Horticulture, Pisciculture. Of nautical interest : “Pisciculture” b y Thomas B. Ferguson (Vol. 5, pp. 419-535), includes a section on Implements for Capture, illustrated with 17 full-page plates of Norwegian fishing vessels. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Ex-library (bookplate, circular ink stamp, evidence of removed spine label, rear pouch removed), cloth rubbed, some hinges starting, else very good. The 5volume set for 400.00

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118 PHILLIPS, John Goldsmth China-Trade Porcelain : An Account of Its Historical Background, Manufacture, and Decoration and a Study of the Helen Woolworth McCann Collection. in dustjacket, signed by author
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1956, 
PHILLIPS, John Goldsmith. China-Trade Porcelain : An Account of Its Historical Background, Manufacture, and Decoration and a Study of the Helen Woolworth McCann Collection. Cambridge, Massachusetts : Published for the Winfield Foundation and the Metropolitain Museum of Art [by] Harvard University Press, 1956. Pp (4),v-xxi,(2),2-234. Illustrated (some in colour). Index. Double Column. 4to, blue and grey cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Part One : China-Trade Porcelain. Chingtechen; The Opening of Trade with the West; The East India Companies and the China Trade; The Trade in Porcelain; China in Europe; China-Trade Porcelain. Part Two : The McCann Collection. The Helena Woolworth McCann Collection of China-Trade Porcelain; Porcelains of 1715-1740: Porcelains with Armorial Decorations; Porcelains with non-Armorial Decorations; Porcelains of 1740-1785: Porcelains with Armorial Decorations; Porcelains with Decorations Based on European Prints or Drawings; Porcelains with Decorations Based on European Ceramic Models; Porcelains with Forms Based on European Ceramic Models; Porcelains with Decorations Predominantly Chinese in Character; Porcelains of 1785-1820: Porcelains with Armorial Decorations; Porcelains with Decorations Based on European Prints or Drawings; Porcelains with Decorations Based European Ceramic Models; Porcelains with Decorations Predominantly Chinese in Character; Porcelains with American Emblems; Porcelains Made for the Indian Market. Appendix: Services in the McCann Collection. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILLBE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Penned name and a ddress, else very good in worn and chipped , but unclipped, dustjacket. Signed by the author. 35.00

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Picasso's Third Dimension. First Edition in dustjacket, PICASSO). MILI, Gjon MILI, Gjon PICASSO, Pablo MILI, Gjon (photo.)
119 PICASSO). MILI, Gjon MILI, Gjon PICASSO, Pablo MILI, Gjon (photo.) Picasso's Third Dimension. First Edition in dustjacket
Triton Press, New York, 1970, 
(PICASSO). MILI, Gjon. Picasso's Third Dimension. (New York) : Triton Press, (1970). First Edition. Pp. (2),3-183,(3). Fully illustrated. Square 4to, beige woven cloth, tan titles to front and spine. The author's first book, presenting an unique look at Picasso's three dimensional art. With the author's engaging text accompanying his many photgraphs. "This first book by Gjon Mili presents a fresh and unique look at Picasso's three dimensional art. Mili's penetrating photographs of Picasso's statues, collages, ceramics, cut through the outward forms to revel insights that are implicit in the works but not obvious to view. In 1967, Mili gained access to the inner sanctum of Mas de Notre-Dame-de-Vie, Picasso's hill home in Mougins, the cavernlike workshop, storeroom, and private museum - where choice statuary, amd many prized fragments languish in prodigal dissaray. Mili's photographic impressions of this mad, theatrical setting capture for all time the changing light, the elusive mood in exceptionally rich color." - from the dj. Very good in lightly edgeworn unclipped dustjacket (with a number of small chips and nicks along the wrapper's edges). 40.00

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120 PICASSO, Pablo Picasso : Ceramics and Posters. April 11 - 29, 1972
Art Gallery and Museum, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, N.S., 1972, 
(PICASSO, Pablo). Picasso : Ceramics and Posters. April 11 – 29, 1972. Halifax, N.S.: The Art Gallery and Museum, Mount Saint Vincent University, 1972. Single illustrated white sheet [5.5 by 11.5 inch], printed both sides. A list of Picasso items (59 ceramics, 12 posters) on exhibition at Mount Saint Vincent University. Horizontal fold, else very good. 5.00

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