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41 Canadian Collector ELWOOD, Marie Canadian Collector. Vol. 12 / No. 4, July / August 1977.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1977, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 12 / No. 4, July / August 1977. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1977. Pp [1]-63,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contains “The Shand House” [Windsor, N.S., 1890] by Marie Elwood (pp 48-50). Also articles on hooked rugs, unknown furniture master of Waterloo County, the constancy of glass, Markham Township fraktur artist, remembering University College, the New Hamburg pottery, Canadian glass collecting, andmore. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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42 Canadian Collector ELWOOD, Marie Canadian Collector. Vol. 12 / No. 4, July / August 1977.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1977, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 12 / No. 4, July / August 1977. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1977. Pp [1]-63,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contains “The Shand House” [Windsor, N.S., 1890] by Marie Elwood (pp 48-50). Also articles on hooked rugs, unknown furniture master of Waterloo County, the constancy of glass, Markham Township fraktur artist, remembering University College, the New Hamburg pottery, Canadian glass collecting, andmore. Rubbed, mailing label, wrinkling to top margins, else very good. 12. 00

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43 Canadian Collector ELWOOD, Marie COLLARD, Elizabeth FIELD, Richard H. Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 5, September / October 1976.
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1976, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 5, September / October 1976. Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1976. Pp [1]-55,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Contents : Two Halifax Cabinetmakers (by Marie Elwood, pp 16-19); Artist Neison Cook in Canada (by Barbara Snyder); The "Thomas Views" (by Elizabeth Collard); Early Canadian Sewing Machines (by Loris S. Russell); SomeFurniture from Prince Edward Island (by Richard H. Field, pp 30-32); The A hrens Pottery (by David L. Newlands); Collecting Asian Silver (by Peter Kaellgren); An Edwardian House (by Huia G. Ryder); Scottish Snuff Containers (by Graham Webb); and more. Rubbed, spine browned, mailing label, else very good. 18.00

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44 Canadian Collector HARPER, J. Russell BIRD, Michael SHIPLEY, Nan Canadian Collector. Vol. 15 / No. 3, May / June 1980.
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1980, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 15 / No. 3, May / June 1980.Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1980. Pp [1]-71,(1) includi ng covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : International Floralies (by Art Drysdale); Cabinetmaker andWeaver Friedrich K. Ploethner (by Michael Bird); Ontario Animal Portraits (by J. Russell Harper); The B. Lent Pottery (by David W. Rupp); In Search of a Canadian Sampler-Maker (by Hyla Fox); Winnipeg Costume Collection (by Nan Shipley); The Careful Collector II: International Customs and Transport (by Barry C. McQuade); and more. Rubbed, stain on pp 2-3, else very good. 15.00

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45 Canadian Collector McKENZIE, R. Tait COLLARD, Elizabeth BELL, Alexander Graham Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 4, July / August 1976
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1976, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 4, July / August 1976. Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1976. Pp [1]-55,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : Canada at World's Fairs, 1851-1876 (by Dianne Newell); Markham Mennonites and Their Furniture (by Lynda Musson Nykor & Patricia D. Musson); Medals and Medallions of R. Tait McKenzie (by Jean McGill); Canadiana Village, Rawdon, P.Q. (by Mabel Ringereide); David Johnston Kennedy (byJudith M. Nasby); Orders of a Quebec China Merchant (by Elizabeth Collard) ; Flower Preserving (by Elizabeth MacDermot); The Bell Homestead [Brantford, Ontario] (by E.M.L. Geraghty, pp 39-43); and more. Rubbed, mailing label,else very good. 15.00

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46 Canadian Collector NEWLANDS, David L. DUNCAN, Dorothy GREENHILL, Ralph Canadian Collector. Vol. 12 / No. 2, March / April 1977.
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1977, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 12 / No. 2, March / April 1977. Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1977. Pp [1]-63,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated orange stapled wrappers. Contents : The Brantford Pottery—II (by David L Newlands); A Conservation Primer for the Antique Collector (by Edward R. Gilbert); Some Thoughts on Niagara Furniture (by Dorothy Duncan); Collecting Photography Now? (by Ralph Greenhill); George Harlow White RCA 1817-1887 (by Frances K. Smith); A Sampler of Canadian Books (by C. B. Theberge, pp 44-46); Collecting Chinese Ceramics—II (by Patricia Proctor); and more. Rubbed, mailing label, else very good. 15.00

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47 Canadian Collector NEWLANDS, David L. WEBSTER, Donald Blake IGNATIEFF, Helena Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 2, March / April 1976.
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1976, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 2, March / April 1976. Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1976. Pp [1]-55,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated olive green stapled wrappers. Contents : Canadian Collector and the Royal Ontario Museum (by James E. Cruise); 20th Century Decorative Arts (by C. Peter Kaellgren); Furniture Sleuthing (by Donald Blake Webster); The Egmondville Pottery Revisited (by David L Newlands); Canadian Crewelwork (by Katherine B. Brett); Pysanka (by Orysia Tracz); A Letter from Canada (by Helena Ignatieff); Artist-Craftsman in Glass (by Janet C. Holmes); Studio Pottery (by Jean Bacso); and more. Rubbed, mailing label, damp-wrinkling throughout, else good. As is. 8.00

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48 CASO, Alfonso, Ignacio BERNAL, and Jorge R. ACOSTA BERNAL, Ognacio ACOSTA, Jorge R. Memorias del Inastituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia XIII Ceramica de Monte Alban
Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, Mexico, 1967, 
CASO, Alfonso, Ignacio BERNAL, and Jorge R. ACOSTA. La Ceramica de Monte Alban. Memorias del Inastituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia XIII. Mexico : Inastituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, MCMLXVII [1967]. Pp (8),9-493,(3). Illustrated with Plates (some folding). Double Column. 4to, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Volumen II de la serie de las Exploraciones de Monte Alban, Oaxaca. Contents : 1. Estratigrafia. 2.Barros de la Epoca I a la Epoca IV. 3. Exploraciones estratigraficas. 4. F ormas de la Epoca Monte Alban I. 5. Formas de la Epoca Monte Alban II. 6. Epca de Transicion II-IIIA. 7. La Epoca IIIA. 8. Epoca de Transicion IIIA-IIIB. 9. Epoca IIIB-IV. 10. Epoca V o Mixieca. Text in Spanish. No. 247 of 1500 copies printed. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Some wear to spine, penned name, else very good. 150.00

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49 Centre culturel canadien / Canadian Cultural Centre Metiers d'Art / 3.
Centre culturel canadian / Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris , 1979, 
(Centre culturel canadien / Canadian Cultural Centre). Metiers d'Art/3. Paris : Centre culturel canadian / Canadian Cultural Centre, (1979). Pp 1-48. Illustrated. Square 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Exhibition organized by the Canadian Cultural Centre with the assistance of Mariette Rousseau-Vermette. Artists included are : Lois Etherington Betteridge (goldsmith andsilversmith); Roger Bujold (naïve sculptor); Leo Gervais (animalist sculpt or); Harlan House (ceramist, porcelain); Marcel Marois (tapestry maker); Pierre Ouvrard (bookbinder); Setsuko Piroche (fiber sculptor); Jack Sures (ceramist); Ione Thorkelsson (glass-blower); and Paul Williams (leather sculptor). Bilingual (French and English). Very good. 30.00

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50 CHICAGO, Judy HILL, Susan CHICAGO, Judy Complete Dinner Party. 2 vols in slipcase
Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979, ISBN:0385145675 
CHICAGO, Judy. The Complete Dinner Party. Needlework background by Susan Hill. Garden City, NY: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979 (Vol. II 1980). In Two Volumes. Vol. I: The Dinner Party: a symbol of our heritage; Vol. II. Embroidering Our Heritage: The Dinner Party Needlework. Pp. 255; 287. Illustrated by the author. With 87 colour and a large number of black & white plates throughout. 4to, black ill. card covers in black slipcase. An overview of women in art as told through the author's painting of china plates . Two inch chip to the midspine of Vol. II, light edgewear, else vg in worn slipcase. $60.00

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51 Chinese Porcelain) ANDERSON, Malcolm Story of Chinese Porcelain
Malcolm Anderson, 0, 
(Chinese Porcelain). The Story of Chinese Porcelain. Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex: Malcolm Anderson, n.d. Pp. 64 + frontis + [16] pp. plates. 8vo, stapled off-shite printed card covers. A useful guide for collectors, this booklet shows the chronological history of Chinese porcelain. Included are Chinese historical dates, their Emperor's reign marks and the meanings of the more common decorations that are found on porcelain, in addition to notes on the types of ware shown. Some minor dampstaining to spine, a light speckling tocovers, slightly rubbed, else vg. 30.00

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52 CHOU, Calvin Hollow Line in Dating Porcelains. 1st US
Chinese Art Appraisers Association, 1978, ISBN:0930940008 
CHOU, Calvin. The Hollow Line in Dating Porcelains. San Francisco: Chinese Art Appraisers Association, 1978. First Edition. Pp. 120. With 65 illustrations. 8vo, white ill. card covers. The author presents his interpretation of the term hollow line, a perculiarity of the underglaze blue which began appearing in the late 19th and early 20th century, and its prescence, or lack of, which can be used in dating ealier pieces of Chinese porcelain. Slight wear to spine ends, else vg. 35.00

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Michael Cardew : a portrait.  1st US in dj , CLARK, Garth CARDEW, Michael
53 CLARK, Garth CARDEW, Michael Michael Cardew : a portrait. 1st US in dj
Kodansha International, 1976, 
CLARK, Garth. Michael Cardew : a portrait. NY: Kodansha International, (1976). First US Edition. Pp. 228. Illustrated with 24 colour plates, 58 duotone plates of pots and 59 monochrome text photos. Large 8vo, green textured cloth. "An intimate account of a potter who has captured the spirit of country craft, including a record of his years in Africa, a description of his workshops and formulas, an essay by Mr. cardew, and numerous illustrations of his pots." -from the dj. A very nice copy, in dust jacket. 150.00

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54 Coalport Figurines Coalport figurines.
Josiah Wedgewood & Sons Limited, Stoke-on-Trent , 1989, 
(Coalport Figurines). Coalport figurines. (Stoke-on-Trent : Josiah Wedgewood & Sons Limited, 1989). Pp (1),2-31,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Oblong small 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. A colour illustrated catalogue of Coalport figurines. Contents : A History of Elegance; Creatinga Coalport Figurine; Ladies of Fashion; David Shilling Designer Collection ; Romance of Henley; Ladies of Leisure; The Brides; Debutante Collection; Henry VIII and his Wives; Queens of England; The Elements; Children of the Week; The Art of Display. Spine sunned, else very good. 20.00

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Japanese Cloisonné.  1st US in dj , COBEN, Lawrence A. and Dorothy C. FERSTER FERSTER, Dorothy C.
55 COBEN, Lawrence A. and Dorothy C. FERSTER FERSTER, Dorothy C. Japanese Cloisonné. 1st US in dj
Weatherhill, 1982, ISBN:083480171x 
COBEN, Lawrence A. and Dorothy C. FERSTER. Japanese Cloisonné. History, Technique, and Appreciation. NY: Weatherhill, (1982). First Edition. Pp. 323. Lavishly illustrated with 158 full colour plates and 171 monochrome photographs. Large 8vo, grey cloth, silver decoration to front, silver titles to spine. An authoritative text providing detailed information on the history, technology, aesthetics and appreciation of this Japanese art form. With chapters on the emergence of the Japanese style of enameling in the 1830s, through to the influences of Western designs and manufacturing, particularly from the French. A valuable guide for the collector as it provides information on the technology, identification features and sources of evidence for dating individual pieces. Owner's blindstamp to the ffep, else a very nice copy in price-clipped dj. 500.00

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56 COLLARD, Elizabeth Nineteenth-Century Pottery and Porcelain in Canada. First Edition in dustjacket
McGill University Press, Montreal, 1967, 
COLLARD, Elizabeth. Nineteenth-Century Pottery and Porcelain in Canada. Montreal : McGill University Press, 1967. Pp. (8),vii-xx,(2),3-441,(1), including black and white photo plates. Illustrated. Tall 8vo. mauve cloth, gilt lettered black title block to spine. Contents: -- [Part I]. The tide of imports: Toils and Hazards. 1. Over the Atlantic by Sail; 2. From Montreal to Upper Canada; 3. By Red River Cart and York Boat; 4. Around the Horn and onby Mule. [Part II].. How Pottery and Porcelain Were Sold. 5. Anybody's Bus iness; 6. A Wedgwood in Montreal and Other Unexpected Links; 7. Canadian China Dealers' Marks on Imported Wares. -- [Part III]. The Earthenwares. 8. The Wedgewood Tradition in Canada; 9. Printed Wares: From Willow to Flowing Blue; 10. Stone, Ironstone, and Granite; 11. For the Kitchen and the Country: Brownware to 'Portneuf'; 12. Earthenware for Decoration: On Mantel, Table, and Wall. [Part IV]. The Porcelains. 13. British Porcelain in the Canadian Market; 14. Parian Ware;.15. Porcelains other than British. [Part V]. Printed Earthenware with Canadian Views and Emblems. 16. Enoch Wood: His Canadian Views and Montreal Agent; 17. Bartlett for the Table; 18. Other Canadian Views and Emblems; 19. Nautical Crockery; 20. Davenport and Canada. [Part VI]. . Canadians Compete. 21. The Range of Canadian Potting; 22. The Staffordshire of Canada: The Farrars; 23. The St. Johns Stone Chinaware Company; 24. Some Other Potteries in St. Johns and its Vicinity; 25. The Humberstones: Canadian Potters through the Century; 26. China Decorating in Canada. Appendix A: Concerning Marks; Appendix B: A Check List of Nineteenth-Century Canadian Potters. With notes and index. Front inner hinge tender, else very good in spine-sunned, slightly worn, unclipped dust jacket. As the book weighs nearly four pounds packaged, extra shipping charges may be necessaryto cover the cost of postage on international orders. 50.00

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57 COLLARD, Elizabeth Nineteenth-Century Pottery and Porcelain in Canada. Second Edition
McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston & Montreal, 1984, ISBN:0773503935 
COLLARD, Elizabeth. Nineteenth-Century Pottery and Porcelain in Canada. Kingston & Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, (1984). Second Edition. Pp (8),vii-xx,(2),3-477,(1), including an 88-page section of. b&w illustration (after p.354). Many other illustrations in the text. Tall 8vo, green illustrated cardcovers. Contents: -- [Part I]. The tide of imports: Toils andHazards. 1. Over the Atlantic by Sail; 2. From Montreal to Upper Canada; 3 . By Red River Cart and York Boat; 4. Around the Horn and on by Mule. [PartII].. How Pottery and Porcelain Were Sold. 5. Anybody's Business; 6. A Wed gwood in Montreal and Other Unexpected Links; 7. Canadian China Dealers' Marks on Imported Wares. -- [Part III]. The Earthenwares. 8. The Wedgewood Tradition in Canada; 9. Printed Wares: From Willow to Flowing Blue; 10. Stone, Ironstone, and Granite; 11. For the Kitchen and the Country: Brownware to'Portneuf'; 12. Earthenware for Decoration: On Mantel, Table, and Wall. [P art IV]. The Porcelains. 13. British Porcelain in the Canadian Market; 14. Parian Ware;.15. Porcelains other than British. [Part V]. Printed Earthenware with Canadian Views and Emblems. 16. Enoch Wood: His Canadian Views and Montreal Agent; 17. Bartlett for the Table; 18. Other Canadian Views and Emblems; 19. Nautical Crockery; 20. Davenport and Canada. [Part VI]. . Canadians Compete. 21. The Range of Canadian Potting; 22. The Staffordshire of Canada: The Farrars; 23. The St. Johns Stone Chinaware Company; 24. Some Other Potteries in St. Johns and its Vicinity; 25. The Humberstones: Canadian Potters through the Century; 26. China Decorating in Canada. Appendix A: Concerning Marks; Appendix B: A Check List of Nineteenth-Century Canadian Potters. With notes and index. Light wear and faint creasing, else very good, clean & solid. 30.00

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58 COLLARD, Elizabeth Potters' View of Canada : Canadian Scenes on Nineteenth-Century Earthenware. in dj.
McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston / Montreal, 1983, ISBN:0773504214) 
COLLARD, Elizabeth. The Potters' View of Canada: Canadian Scenes on Nineteenth-Century Earthenware. Kingston / Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, (1983). First Edition. Pp 194. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. "This is the first book to be devoted exclusively to potters' view of Canada. Covering the period from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the end of Queen Victoria's reign, this volume focuses chiefly on wares made for the dinner table or washstand. All are earthenware, decorated by transfer printing, and produced by British potters. The scenes they depict range from the awesome falls at Niagara to early steamboats on the St. Lawrence, from igloosin the Arctic to a governor's residence in New Brunswick. Elizabeth Collar d traces the evolution of these wares, placing them in their historical setting and identifying the sources from which many of the views were derived.She also provides much detail on the English and Scottish potters and on t he artists whose work they adapted to their own use." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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59 COLLIER, Donald. Fieldiana, 43. Cultural Chronology and Change as reflected in the Ceramics of the Viru Valley, Peru. Paperback.
Chicago Natural History Museum, Chicago, 1955, 
COLLIER, Donald. Cultural Chronology and Change as reflected in the Ceramics of the Viru Valley, Peru. Chicago : Published by Chicago Natural History Museum, December 16, 1955. Pp. (8),7-226,(4), + 1 folding chart. With illustrations to text. 8vo, printed grey card covers with dark blue lettering tofront cover and spine. Fieldiana: Anthropology, volume 43. "This report is based on the field work fo the Chicago Natural History Museum Expedition t o Peru in 1946. From June to December, archaeological investigations were made in Viru, a north coastal valley lying 46 kilometers south fo the city of Trujillo." - from the preface. Contents: 1. Introduction: Description of VIru Valley -- Archaeological Background -- Field Techniques -- Approach and Problems; 2. Sites and Excavations: Site V-108 -- Sit V-124 -- Site V-301-- Site V-304 -- Site V-305 -- Site V-171 -- Site V-167 -- Site V-310 -- S ite V-154 -- Site V-252 -- Site V-303 -- Site V-302 -- Site V-272 -- Site-V-306 -- Site V-307 -- Site V-308 -- Site V-309. 3. Architecture: Site V-252-- Site V-167 -- Site V-171 -- Site V-108 -- Site V-124. 4. Ceramic Analay sis: Classification -- Seriation of Refuse Ceramics -- Ceramic Trends -- Grave Pottery -- Mold-Made Pottery of the Late Epoch. 5. Conclusions: Certamic Trends and Cultural Change: Late GUanape Period -- Tomaval Period -- La Plata Period -- Estero Period -- Summary of the Late Epoch. With Appendices:I. Percentage Distribution of Sherds by Trench Level. II. Description of P ottery Types: Inca; Queneto Polished Plain; Tomaval Plain; Estero Plain; Rubia Plain; Viru Plain; La Plata Molded; San Juan Molded; San Nicolas Molded; Nino Stamped; Corral Incised; Las Lomas Cream; Purpur Red; Bitin White-on-Red; El Puente White-on-Red; Santa Elena White and Black-on-Red; Calunga Red and Black-on-White; Sausalito Black-on-White; Carranza Black-on-Orange; Tiahuanacoid; Castillo Plain; Gloria Polished Plain; Huancaco Decorated; Valle Plain; Huacapongo Polished Plain; Guanape Red Plain and Black Plain; Guanape Polished Red; Ancon Polished Black; Guanape Zoned Red; Guanape Modeled; Guanape Incised Rib; Guanape Punctate; Guanape Zoned Punctate; Fabric Impressed Sherd; Ancon Zoned Punctate; Ancon Fine-line Incised; Ancon Broad-line Incised; Ancon Rocker Stamped; Ancon Engraved; Guanape White-on-Red; Unclassified Sherd. III. Animal Bones from Refuse of the Late Epoch. IV. Plain Remains of the La Plata Period. V. A Classification of Willey's Burial Pots from V-142. With bibliography and index. Spine chipped with rubbing to spine lettering, else very good. 40.00

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60 Czechoslovakian Ceramics Ceska Keramika. Stala Expozice , Galerie Prokysuv sal - Prelatura, Horni ulice, Cesky Kromlov.
Galerie Agentura Ceskeho Keramickeho Designu, 1993, 
(Czechoslovakian Ceramics). Ceska Keramika. Stala Expozice , Galerie Prokysuv sal – Prelatura, Horni ulice, Cesky Kromlov. (Czech Republic) : Galerie Agentura Ceskeho Keramickeho Designu, n.d. [ca 1993]. Pp (94). Illustrated.Large 8vo, white card covers. A catalogue of Czech ceramic artists from Fr antisek Balek to Hana Zverinova. Text in Cxechoslovakian. Smudge to back cover, else very good. 25.00

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