Printed wraps. 120 pp., plus 37 plates and ads in the rear. A single issue of this monthly bulletin, this containing an extensive study of various ornaments and jewelry made by New York area Indians, including native copper ornaments, pendants, bells, bracelets, gorgets, earrings, finger rings, coins, brooches, headbands, etc. The work discusses earliest known examples, the cultural significance of the items, materials used and other aspects. GOOD condition, ex-museum library. Bookplate and pocket stapled in the interior. Library blindstamp to the front cover and first page. Heavy uneven browning to the wraps, with some soiling and staining. Wrappers creased and worn along the extremities, with chipping, tearing and loss along the spine. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Metallic Ornaments of the New York Indians. ...
Publisher: University of the State of New York
Publication Date: 1903
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Buffalo Enterprise, East Berlin, PA. Hard Cover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. n.d. (1970s). Facsimile reprint, orig. 1903. 120 pp., 37 plates. Spine cocked, foxing and soiling to page edges, endpapers, and last several leaves. Jacket sunned, soiled, edgeworn, with small tear at crown and 3" tear at top of front fore-edge fold. Seller Inventory # C8429
Book Description University of the State of New York, Albany, New York, 1903. Softcover. Tan wraps; 114 pp. plus plates; 37 bw plates. Includes jewelry, headbands, medals, and other items made of gold, copper, silver, brass, and other materials. Fair (Back cover missing; Front cover detached but present, with some chipping; Writing in ink on title page; Some chipping to last few pages). Seller Inventory # 123827