First edition, series one published in 1929 and series two in 1932. Two-Volume Set. Limited to 500 copies for series one and 400 copies for series two. Dark green cloth over boards with title in gilt on spines. No DJs. 6 1/4 x 9 1/2. Series one - 323 pages plus black & white plates, ad at back. Series two - 331 pages plus black & white plates, ad at back. A few finger smudges on end papers, slight trace of prev.owner's bookplate on fep in series two. A touch of yellowing to pages. Very good+ to near fine. Bindings tight and square. Pages crisp, clean and bright. Cloth fresh looking. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: The Arts & Crafts in Philadelphia, Maryland ...
Publisher: Walpole Society at the Wayside Press, Topsfield, MA 1929 & 1932
Publication Date: 1932
Book Description Da Capo Press, 1969. Hardback. Condition: Very good condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No dust jacket. 323p and 331p. Seller Inventory # J925409
Book Description Walpole Society at the Wayside Press, Topsfield, MA. Condition: Used - Very Good. 1932. Cloth. 8vo. Two volume set (published 1929 and 1932). 323 pp, 331 pp. Illustrated. From a limited printing of 500 copies and 400 copies. Mild shelf wear to boards. Previous owner's inscriptions to front pastedown of second volume. Altogether a set in Very Good condition. Seller Inventory # Q12880
Book Description The Walpole Society, Boston, 1929. Hardcover. Special Edition of 100 Copies. 2 vols. Decorative speckled paper/boards with gilt lettering on black cloth spines. No dust jackets. xviii + 325 pp. with 42 bw plates; and xiv + 334 pp. with 28 bw plates, respectively. 8vo. A two-volume set. Series Two was published in 1932. Both volumes are special editions limited to 100 copies each, printed for the Walpole Society on Bruce Rogers All Rag Paper at The Wayside Press in Topsfield, Massachusetts. Both volumes seem to cover every fine and decorative art maker and business of the time. The exception is textiles. The only kind of textile listed is upholstery, with only one woman (Ann King) among the business people advertised. Very thorough and an excellent reference. Both art museum ex-lib. copies with spine stickers, bar codes, and bookplates. Otherwise, VG, clean, bright and tight contents with no marks to text. Cover edges a bit rubbed. Cloth at head of spine is fraying and split and lower corners are bumped (1929); most of the fore edge cloth of the spine is split, but binding still secure, and head/tail of spine bumped (1932). Seller Inventory # 152206