London: Printed for R. Ackermann by J. Diggins, 1818. First edition, with Ackermann catalogue. Papworth (1775-1847) was an... Read More
Paris: D.-A. Longuet, (c.1913). First edition.
New York: American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, 1931.
New York: Reinhold Publishing Corp, ]1954]. First American Edition.
Paris: Paris: Mérigot père, 1788. First edition. Homage to Rousseau: the English Garden at Ermenonville. Beautiful copy of this classic illustrated account of the famous "English garden" - among the earliest of its kind on the Continent - designed by the Marquis Louis-René de Girardin in honor of Jean-Jacques Rousseau.....
1915. "Alfred M. Githens was born in Philadelphia and attended the Episcopal Academy before receiving his B.S. in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania in 1896. He then attended the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts while working as a draftsman for Cope & Stewardson during the years 1896-1901. In...
New York: Reinhold Publishing Corp, ]1954]. First edition.
London: Printed for Robt. Sayer, 1755. Third edition, enlarged "with the Addition of Four Plates in Quarto" (first published in 1752). When Chinoiserie was all the Rage. The fashion for the Chinese style was initiated, according to Harris, by Frederick, the Prince of Wales, who in 1749 had a "House...
London: 1725. Second edition.
New York: Wiley & Putnam, 1844. First edition. Rare first edition of this important American builder's manual which went through numerous editions; a 12th edition was published in 1892. "This book is intended for carpenters—for masters, journeymen and apprentices" (Preface).Hatfield (1815-1879), first trained as a carpenter, was an architect based.....
Paris et Bruxelles: Les Éditions G. van Oest, 1929. First edition.
Boston: B.J. Brimmer, [September, 1923]. First Impression, Deluxe Issue no. 92 of 206 copies.
New York: Peter Blum, 1994. First edition, one of 1700.
Philadelphia: 1935. First edition, No. 116 of the Deluxe Benefactors Issue of 400 copies only. With errata slip.
Philadelphia: 1935. No. 75 of 400 copies of the deluxe Benefactors Issue, signed by the author. With errata slip at back. Chew Family Copy. The book contains several references to and plates of Chew family furniture.
London: Trianon Press, (1949). First edition, one of 1000 copies.
Paris: Dorbon-Ainé, (1926). First French Edition.
18th Century. Depicting large central hall ( 49 x 41 feet), flanked by two wings, one containing the greenhouse, the other the kitchen and scullery.
np: . First edition. Inscribed "To Mrs. Lee R. Herrington with our compliments Israel Sack Feburary 22, 1954."
Paris: Paul Hartmann, 1952.
Paris: F. Contet, 1931.
Paris: Leblanc, 1823.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1935. First edition. Presentation Copy to His Wife. Inscribed by the author and famous New York architect (1884-1972) on the flyleaf, to his wife, Beatrice [Sulzberger] Kahn:"To Beatrice - a fine design "Ely Kahn"A unique association copy of an important - and very personal -.....
Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1950. second printing.
New York: William Helburn Inc. 418 Madison Avenue, 1924. First edition.
London: Country Life Limited, . First edition.