Mexican Indian Paper. Its History and Survival: Lenz, Hans Mexican Indian Paper. Its History and Survival: Lenz, Hans Mexican Indian Paper. Its History and Survival: Lenz, Hans

Mexican Indian Paper. Its History and Survival

Lenz, Hans

Published by Rafael Loera y Chavez, 1961
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Folio. 280pp. First Edition in English. Translated from the Spanish by H. Murray Campbell. An encyclopedic treatise on the history of papermaking among the Native Americans of Mexico, as well as the place of paper objects in their culture and religion. Contains over 300 illustrations in color and black & white, including photographs of papermaking processes and reproductions of Pre-Columbian manuscripts. With eleven tipped-in paper specimens, including cut-out paper spirit figures. Small rubbed spots, and a barely visible spot of residue to the otherwise colorful and lively fabric, this is a fine copy in quarter-leather and illustrated cloth boards with original dust wrapper, which is slightly sunned and chipped. Presentation copy inscribed by Lenz and with a long TLs from the author pasted on endpaper. Housed in a slipcase. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Mexican Indian Paper. Its History and ...
Publisher: Rafael Loera y Chavez
Publication Date: 1961

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Book Description 280 pages; fully illustrated in color and b&w. Folio, 1/4 leather, cloth.(neat ex-library). Mexico, Editorial Libros de Mexico, 1961. A monumental work on the history of papermaking in Mexico. There are over 300 illustrations in color and black and white, including photographs of papermaking processes and reproductions of Pre-Columbian manuscripts. There are also eleven tipped-in paper samples. Inoffensive library markings; basically an extremely good copy in the publsiher's binding. Bookseller Inventory # D14608

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Book Description Mexico Editorial Libros de Mexico 1961, 1961. First edition in English, folio, pp.280, 308 illustrations, 11 paper specimens tipped in. A very good copy in original quarter morocco, pictorial cloth, slip-case. Bookseller Inventory # 79120

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Book Description Mexico City: Rafael Loera y Chavez, 1961. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Included. Translated from the Spanish by H. Murray Campbell. How the natives of Mexico made paper, used it in their religion and culture. Illustrated in both color and b/w. There are nine tipped-in specimens of paper; examples 1 and 3 were never pasted in to this copy. Black leather spine, color-designed printed cloth over boards. Tan paper dust jacket, the spine of which shows light wear, and a small repair. An otherwise fine copy. Weight is 5 lbs. Postage may be extra. Bookseller Inventory # L-392

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Book Description Editorial Libros de Mexico, Mexico City, 1961. First edition. Folio, pp 280. with 11 samples of Mexican indigenous paper pasted in. This is the standard history of the subject, containing some 300 illustrations, both color drawings and b/w photos. The binding is quite colorfully printed cloth with half calf binding, raised bands, title labels; sewn binding with ribbon marker. The dust jacket has a few chips on the spine. Previous owner's name has been blanked out. Very good copy in the dust jacket and slipcase. Very nice copy. Bookseller Inventory # 7316

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Book Description Mexico City, Rafael Loera y Chavez, 1961. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Translated from the Spanish by H. Murray Campbell. How the natives of Mexico made paper, used it in their religion and culture. Illustrated in both color and b/w. Bound in illustrated cloth, with a leather spine. There are eleven tipped-in specimens of paper. One of the Deluxe copies, housed in a slipcase. In very fine condition. Weight is 5 ¼ lbs. Postage may be extra. Bookseller Inventory # L-391

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