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Published by thomas j watson Library (1988)

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About this Item: thomas j watson Library, 1988. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Text is clean and bright, edges are a little worn. full-color photos. 100% Money Back Guarantee! Ships within 1 business day, includes tracking. Carefully packed. Serving satisfied customers since 1987. Seller Inventory # mon0000013993

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Published by thomas j watson Library (1988)

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About this Item: thomas j watson Library, 1988. Paperback. Condition: Used: Very Good. NICE CONDITION SOFTCOVER BOOK. NO WRITING OR MARKINGS IN THE TEXT. ONLY LIGHT WEAR TO COVER. A CLEAN AND SOLID BOOK. Seller Inventory # P-854

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Sobota, Jan (Bookbinder; 1939-2012) & Helen Cullinan; Susan Swartzburg.

Published by Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. The Mather Gallery/Thwing Center. (1989)

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About this Item: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. The Mather Gallery/Thwing Center., 1989. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 4 3/4 inches x 8 5/8 in., exhibition pamphlet/folder, with 3 folds to open out to 6 pages; with 6 black & white photographs of design bookbindings created by Jan Sobota, including: "Prague Legends" (Cibula), leather book sculpture; "Man with the Cowboy Heart" (Schafer), design binding; "Lyric of the Roman Empire" design binding; "Printing Poetry (C. Burke), leather book sculpture; "Srpnov's Aristocracy" (Nef) leather binding with painting; "The Jungle Master" (Geck), leather with onlays. With short notices by Susan Swartzburg (Rutgers) & Helen Cullinan (Cleveland Plain Dealer). The exhibition was held at the CWRU Mather Gallery from March 13-31, 1989. Seller Inventory # ABE-3307082809

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Published by thomas j watson Library (1988)

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About this Item: thomas j watson Library, 1988. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 9x4.5 fanfold binding double fronts. One for Silvia and one for Jan. Seller Inventory # 45468

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Sobota, Jan (1939-2012) & Rezny, Dr. Pavel (Hanka, Ladislav R., translator) & Silvia Rennie & Jan Storm van Leeuwen. & Anne & David Bromer.

Published by Copyright 1988, by Saturday's Book Arts Gallery Euclid, Ohio. Cover design: Jiri Vancura Catalogue Design: Jan Sobota. (1988)

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About this Item: Copyright 1988, by Saturday's Book Arts Gallery Euclid, Ohio. Cover design: Jiri Vancura Catalogue Design: Jan Sobota., 1988. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 4 1/2" x 9 1/8", Sobota & Rennie exhibition catalogues bound together, accordion-style, and back-to-back; each features 2-3 pages of text, color photos of each artist & 10 reduced size color photos of Jan Sobota's bindings with short descriptions & 10 similar photos of Silvia Rennie's work. Printed gray paper/card covers with Sobota title & design in green & Rennie title & design in red. Signed by Jan Sobota on the front cover. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # ABE-2918856721

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Sobota, Jan (1939-2012) & Rezny, Dr. Pavel (Hanka, Ladislav R., translator).

Published by Copyright 1988, by Saturday's Book Arts Gallery Euclid, Ohio. Cover design: Jiri Vancura Catalogue Design: Jan Sobota. (1988)

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About this Item: Copyright 1988, by Saturday's Book Arts Gallery Euclid, Ohio. Cover design: Jiri Vancura Catalogue Design: Jan Sobota., 1988. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 4 1/2" x 9 1/8", Jan Sobota exhibition catalogue with a photo of the artist & 13 reduced size photos of Jan Sobota's bindings with short descriptions. Printed gray paper/card covers with Sobota title & design in green. This copy signed by Jan Sobota, on the front cover. Seller Inventory # ABE-3307082812

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Meier, Hansheinrich

Published by Basler Papiermühle, Basel (1984)

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About this Item: Basler Papiermühle, Basel, 1984. stiff paper wrappers. Bookbinding (illustrator). 8vo. stiff paper wrappers. (16) pages. First edition. Brief biography of the Czech bookbinder followed by twelve illustrations of his artistic bindings. Loosely inserted is a translation into English of the introduction and a postcard from Sobota with handwritten note on back. Woodcut frontispiece. Front cover printed with green. Seller Inventory # 86906

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Sobota, Jan (1939-2012) & Hansheinrich Meier.

Published by Basler Papiermuehle (Basel 8.6.-17.9. 1984). Exhibition catalogue; photography by Rudolf Roubal, Basel; design & drawings by Jiri Vancura. (1984)

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About this Item: Basler Papiermuehle (Basel 8.6.-17.9. 1984). Exhibition catalogue; photography by Rudolf Roubal, Basel; design & drawings by Jiri Vancura., 1984. Soft cover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 8 1/2" x 6", with short Preface in German, + 12 black & white photos of Sobota bookbindings (including Tolkien's "Hobbit"); photo of Jan Sobota (1939-2012), drawings by Jiri Vancura. Printed pictorial card covers with Vancura design in green. Fine; includes a photocopied sheet of the English translation of Meier's preface. Scan shows front cover. Scarce. (German text). Seller Inventory # ABE-213633056

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Text of the River [Jan Sobota Binding]: Delp, Michael

Delp, Michael

Published by The Riverwatch, Farmington, Michigan (1993)

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About this Item: The Riverwatch, Farmington, Michigan, 1993. Leather. Condition: Fine. Ladislav R. Hanka (illustrator). First Edition. Full pictorial leather binding (signed on rear free endpaper, Jan Sobota 1995). (8 1/4" x 4 3/4"), First Printing stated on copyright page. Unpaginated; illustrated. The first book in The Aue Sable Series. A clean, tight copy of a scarce title in a binding by the acclaimed binder, Jan Sobota. Size: Octavo. Signed. Seller Inventory # 004286

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Opus Salvelinus: Observations on the Serious Matter: Hanka, Ladislav R.

Hanka, Ladislav R.

Published by Rarach Press, Kalamazoo, Michigan (1990)

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About this Item: Rarach Press, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1990. Leather. Condition: Near Fine. Ladislav R. Hanka (illustrator). Limited First Edition. Full pictorial leather design binding by Jan Sobota. (10 1/2" x 11 1/2"). Limited numbered edition of 40 copies, this being number 15. Unpaginated; Suite of 9 etchings each signed, numbered and dated in pencil by Hanka, (plate size 5" x 7.25") with letterpress printed title page, introductory essay ("On the Metaphysics of Fly Fishing for Trout") and colophon. Typography and letterpress work by Amy Bollinger; Printed on Lana Gravure. Hanka's artist's statement states, "Suppressing the trout's naturally brilliant coloration, the oranges, blues and reds which otherwise would eclipse their graphic elegance, I instead explore the splendid variety of form and pattern evident in these fish, through the black and white medium of intaglio." SIGNED by Hanka on Colophon and on each plate; also SIGNED "bound by Jan Sobata, 1995" on colophon. Shows some light rubbing, remains a clean, tight copy of a scarce artist book in a design binding. Size: Oblong Quarto. Signed. Design Binding. Seller Inventory # 004287

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Sobota, Jan (bookbinder; 1939-2012) & Frederick Forsyth.

Published by New York / The Viking Press (1971). First edition in a handcrafted, design bookbinding/scultpture by Jan Sobota. (1971)

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About this Item: New York / The Viking Press (1971). First edition in a handcrafted, design bookbinding/scultpture by Jan Sobota., 1971. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Approx. size of binding: 8" x 9 1/4", size of book: 5 1/2" x 8 1/8", 380pp. A copy of the first edition text-block which has been bound inside of a handcrafted, clamshell box/book sculpture by Jan Sobota, with his bookbinder's stamp, blindstamped in the lower rim of the inner back cover of the sculpture. This specially constructed binding features various colored, soft-surfaced leathers; as olive green for the military cap & collar, black for the visor of the cap, tan/flesh-tone for the face of the figure (De Gaulle), white & black onlays for the "target" form on the front & back covers; interior of this clamshell box is lined with a soft gray, textured paper, the flyleaves of the book have also been replaced with 3 sheets of this type of paper in other shades of color; small, circular colored velcro closures in the interior of the box, keep it lightly closed. Preserved in a sturdy, 9 1/4" x 10 3/8" x 2 1/4" (thick), drop-back clamshell box/case contructed by Sobota, this is covered in a textured tan cloth with a red leather title label, with gilt title, mounted at the top of the spine, red cloth edges; interior of the box is lined with white felt. Binding and case are in fine condition. Scan shows the the front of the sculpture (front cover of binding). Created by Jan Sobota, sometime in the late 1980's, or early '90's. To quote an earlier catalogue description: “First edition of the popular suspense novel in an extraordinary sculptural binding by one of the most interesting and inventive art binders of our day. Sobota has bound the book block into a clamshell box in the shape of President De Gaulle’s head in right profile. A target is onlaid in the center. Sobota’s work is unquestionably among the most distinctive and readily identifiable among his contemporaries.” Weight: 4 lbs. Seller Inventory # ABE-213363132

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Roberts, Kenneth & Jan Sobota (Bookbinder; 1939-2012).

Published by Romanova Knihovna PAX. (1945)

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About this Item: Romanova Knihovna PAX., 1945. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. A translation by Jiri Pober into Czech of the 1937 Kenneth Roberts novel "Northwest Passage." Size of the binding: 5 1/2 in. x 8 1/8 in. x 2 1/8 in., 498+ pp. (publisher's colophon page); 2 fold-out maps with Czech titling, showing (1) Rogers' 1759 St. Francois route, & (2) North America (but not Mexico), 1765. In a striking carved leather binding by Jan Sobota, with his stamp on the back paste-down endpaper. The full, brown leather binding features a standing figure of a Colonial Ranger with a long rifle, on the front and back covers, the details are carved into the leather, on a hand-tooled, stippled, darker brown background; the spine features two carved leather long-rifles in darker brown, with stamped titling in dark brown, top-edge stained brown, sewn headbands, dark brown, suede-covered endpapers; in a dark brown, leather-textured cloth wrap-around chemise, with a lighter brown, leather title label, and a brown suede lining. In a matching, dark brown, leather-textured cloth-covered slipcase, with lighter brown leather edging to the front ends. The novel, about Major Robert Rogers' (1731-95) expedition, was a source for the 1940 King Vidor film, based on the first part of this book. The color of leather and the designs, chosen by inventive Czech bookbinder Jan Sobota, are meant to evoke a Colonial American bookbinding, the dress and arms of the period of the French & Indian War, and that of Rogers' Rangers, who figure in the story. Weight 3 lbs. Seller Inventory # ABE-5288844695

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Ales, Mikolas & Jan Sobota (Bookbinder)

Published by Nakladatelstvi Melantrich A. S. v Praze [Prague]. In a handcrafted bookbinding: "The Little Block of Wood". (1939)

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About this Item: Nakladatelstvi Melantrich A. S. v Praze [Prague]. In a handcrafted bookbinding: "The Little Block of Wood"., 1939. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Size of the binding: 8 1/2 inches x 11 1/2 in x 4 3/4 in. (thick: at the fore-edge) (290 x 220 mm). Half-title; decorative title-page in red and black; introduction by Dr. Emanuel Svoboda. xx, pp. [1]-306, including alphabetical title listings; reproduces black & white Ales drawings (1874-1909), with decorative texts in Czech. The entire text is in Czech. In a handcrafted, sculptural design bookbinding, entitled: "The Little Block of Wood", created by Czech born bookbinder, Jan Sobota in 1982, and exhibited at Frantiskovy Lazne, Czechoslovakia, in 1982, and at the Guild of Bookworkers Exhibition in 1987. The book is shaped like a wedge of wood cut from a round of tree trunk, with the wood-grained leather on the edges, and leather to resemble bark on the covers, with the author's initials: MA, carved in the front cover. Japanese paper flyleaves, suede doublures; a wedge-shaped box-binding sculpture, covered with tan and brown reverse sheepskin over relief abstract shapes. Calf edges blind tooled to resemble wood grain. In a gray, textured, cloth-covered slipcase, with inner, felt lined partitions, angled to hold the wedge-shaped book. The top and botton edges of the right side of the slipcase show splitting to the top edge, and partial splitting to the bottom edge. The book is in fine condition. Weight: 8 lbs. Postage is extra on this item. Seller Inventory # ABE-1011058534

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Wallace, Lew (1827-1905) & Eric Pape (Illustrator; 1870-1938) & Jan Sobota (Design Bookbinder; 1939-2012).

Published by Boston and New York: MDCCCXCIX. Houghton Mifflin and Company The Riverside Press. With a special signed, limitation page in volume one: Author's Autograph Copy No. 139 [signed]: Very respectfully, Lew Wallace. Nov. 7, 1898 and with the frontispiece illustration in volume one, signed in pencil: Eric Pape. Two Hundred and Fifty Copies Printed, No. 139. (1899)

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About this Item: Boston and New York: MDCCCXCIX. Houghton Mifflin and Company The Riverside Press. With a special signed, limitation page in volume one: Author's Autograph Copy No. 139 [signed]: Very respectfully, Lew Wallace. Nov. 7, 1898 and with the frontispiece illustration in volume one, signed in pencil: Eric Pape. Two Hundred and Fifty Copies Printed, No. 139., 1899. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Size of the binding: 7 in. x 9 3/4 in. x 3 1/4 in. (thick), Volume I: half-title; signed limitation page; signed frontispiece; design title-page printed in gold, red-orange and black, with second limitation statement on reverse. [i]-xxviii, design half-title; pp. [1]-352 + printer's leaf. Volume II: half-title; frontispiece; design title-page as above. [i]-xvi, heraldic design page; pp. [1]-450 + printer's leaf. Illustrated with forty mounted plates by Eric Pape (1870-1938), each with a title-printed tissue guard; these plates are printed in gray, blue, tan, and other tones; and numerous red and black head-pieces, small illustrations, drawings in black of Indian artifacts, etc. used as tail-pieces. The two volumes of the rare, signed limited edition of The Fair God, here presented in a handsome dos-a-dos (back-to-back) design bookbinding by renowned Czech design binder, Jan Sobota. This binding features the spines, and half the sides bound in dark brown, natural calfskin, with three parallel, raised bands on the center of the spines, leading to a blindstamped curved, double-line, and single-line curving around the outer margin of the leather sides; the central portion of both sides show a design of the figures of an Indian in Ceremonial Headress on volume one, carved into the leather, with a stippled background, and a Conquistador in armored helmet, with lance, carved in the leather on volume two. With a specially made, green-tone, swirled, marbled cloth made by Jarmila Sobota, which is used on the other half of the covers, and as a doublure, on the inner covers; the connecting cover between the two volumes, uses the matching design of the outer covers with the curving, blindstamped lines on the leather, and with leather edges to this cover. Original top-edge gilding preserved, with new, sewn head & tail-bands, light brown endpapers facing the marbled cloth paste-downs, extra, gray paper flyleaves bound in. Each volume has a specially made fabric wraparound band with a velcro closure to keep the text portion firm when the binding is opened for display. This unique and interpretive Sobota binding is housed in a sturdy, hand-crafted, drop-back box, which is covered in contrasting lighter brown and darker brown cloth spine, covers, and sides, with a dark brown leather title label with gilt-lettered title. The interior of the box is lined with a fine, brown suede to protect the binding. This book was specially bound by Jan Sobota in 1991, for a Cleveland, Ohio based book collector; the binding was featured in an exhibition at the De Golyer Library in 1991. Weight: 7 lbs. Postage is extra on this item. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # ABE-721420900

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Sobota, Jan (bookbinder; 1939-2012) & Frantisek Rachlik

Published by (Book: Vydal Ceskoslovensky spisovatel v Praze/Prague 1983) Illustrations by Cyril Bouda; editors: Milan Jaros, Ludmila Hejnova. Unique bookbinding/sculpture created by Jan Sobota in 1986. (1986)

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About this Item: (Book: Vydal Ceskoslovensky spisovatel v Praze/Prague 1983) Illustrations by Cyril Bouda; editors: Milan Jaros, Ludmila Hejnova. Unique bookbinding/sculpture created by Jan Sobota in 1986., 1986. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Size of "Komodie plna laski" book, bound by Sobota: 7 in. x 10 in. 523 pp. with color illustrations by Cyril Bouda for the novel by Frantisek Rachlik, based on the life and career of the famous nineteenth-century Czech actor, Jindrich Mosna. Text of the book is in Czech. Size of exterior outer-leather coat (box) sculpture of this three-part binding: 11 ¾ in. x 12 in. x 2 ½ in. (thick); this handsome and finely-crafted exterior "coat" is meant to represent one of the three costumes of Mosna, and is constructed in the form of a center-opening, wraparound clamshell-type box, which is lined with tan suede leather and with a dark green suede "scarf" at the top, which also wraps around the neck of the next costume sculpture. The outer coat has two sewn-on wooden buttons and an open leather pocket containing a folded clipping from a (20th century) Czech language newspaper. The second costume sculpture is in the form of a slip-over type slipcase for the third costume sculpture (which is the actual bound book); this second piece measures: 11 ¼ in. x 11 ¼ in., and is meant to represent a military jacket with epaulettes and a military medal labeled: Rachlik (the author of the novel). This jacket is covered with a fine dark blue leather with white leather facings; medal & decorations are of gilt or colored leathers, with brass bosses in the epaulettes; the front also uses a gray leather and the interior of this slip-over is lined with tan suede leather. The third costume features a shirt constructed over the book in white leather with a sculptured collar and a red leather string tie and a blind-stamped brown leather vest with gilt red leather facings; the front cover opens like a clamshell box over the book, revealing brown suede leather endpapers. The lower right edge of the back suede paste-down carries the binder's stamp: "Jan Sobota" stamped in blind. These three bindings are described on the inner back cover of The New Bookbinder Volume 10 (1990): "[-] The book, slipcase and box represent three different costumes of his [Mosna's] important roles. [Book] The book is the costume of a Czech peasant. Made with board covered in white goatskin, natural cowhide, relief on-lays, gold and blind tooling. [Slip-over] Slipcase is the soldier’s uniform. Made of board covered in blue calfskin with multi-colored on-lays and tooling. [Outer coat] Newspaper reporter's jacket. Made with board covered in natural sheepskin, pocket and buttons, with document in pocket; blind tooling. Overall size of assemblage: 30 x 30 x6 cm." Created in 1986, this is one of Sobota's finest and most detailed, free-standing sculptured book-bindings. Besides being featured on the front and back covers of the issue of The New Bookbinder mentioned above, it has been exhibited, including an exhibition held at the Thomas J. Watson Library of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 1988. Jan Sobota discusses the production of this binding in The Guild of Book Workers Journal Volume XXX Number 2 Fall 1992. The entire issue was devoted to the lecture/article: "Box and Sculptural Bindings" by Jan Sobota; in the section entitled: "Proper Attire, or More About One Particular Binding" [Mosna], Sobota says: "This binding/object required as much work to complete as doing three design bindings, but in the end all the work and effort I put into the book truly paid off. Not only was it very popular with everyone, but it also received first prize for craft at 'The May Show,' an art exhibit held in 1986 at the Cleveland Museum of Art in Cleveland, Ohio, under its given name 'Costumes of Actor Mosna.' " (p. 43). The book sculpture is housed in a sturdy, drop-back box made by Sobota. Seller Inventory # ABE-286511226

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