Stuttgart: Frieder. Bassermann'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung. Hardcover. Near mint red volume with gilt title in illustrated, vg slipcase (some fading and edge wear). Pages are bright, with tipped-in plates of Busch's paintings; commentary in German; his comics in the second half. Excellent condition; 403 pp. German Art. ART/9262. Near Fine.
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Stuttgart: Ernst Battenberg Verlag, 1963. Hardcover. 4to. In German. This title examines the usage of color in culture and life. Blue cloth boards with gilt title to front board and decorative black and gilt title to spine. Minor scuffing/soiling to front board. Pristine interior with bright text. Filled with tipped-in color plates. Plates range from images of nature to reproductions of artwork. Tight binding. 275 pp. ART/081904. Very Good Plus.
Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1969. Paperback. Excerpt taken from Sonderdruck aus zu Begriff und Problem der Renaissance. Very good in white paper wrappers with blue cloth spine and title to front cover in black. Thin octavo. Presentation copy with inscription on front cover. Paperclip rust marking on front cover across signature and to first few pages of text. Insides are clean and bright (except for paperclip marking). German. 59 pages numbered 335 to 394. German Art. GER/2073. Very Good.
Stuttgart: Fleischhauer & Spohn Verlag, 1830. Hardcover. Very good minus in brown cloth boards with black title and pastedown illustration to front cover. Dampstaining and discoloration to spine, rear board, and edge of front board. Minor dampstaining to top margins of pages; however, illustrations are not effected. Filled with lovely photographic illustrations. A good reading copy. Introduction is in German though captions are in both German and English. Unpaginated. Size: quarto. GER/051715. Very Good Minus.
Frankfurt: Literarische Anstalt Rütten & Loening, 1919. Hardcover. Bound in quarter black leather over cream and black paisley-designed paper boards in very good plus condition. Gilt title and designs on spine, slightly chipped at top. Rubbing and wear to hinges and spine. Minor browning to edges of boards and edges of pages. Illustrated. Interior clean and bright. 240 pages. German. GER/1073. Very Good +.
Leipzig: Verlag von G.U. Seemann, circa 1920. Paperback. Includes eight color reproductions of Dutch painter Gerard ter Borch (1617 - 1681)'s works and a brief introduction by Karl Schwarz. A very good, paperback volume of the artist's work. Brown paper wrappers with decorative embossing in black and green and tipped-in circular image of a woman with a lyre. A few small chips and short tears to edges of wrappers. Clean and bright. 8 high quality tipped-in color images and an introduction. 8 pages of text plus 8 plates mounted on thick cardstock. Size: Thin Folio. Art. GER/7102. Very Good.
Hamburg: Constabel & Knackstedt, Circa 1885. Hardcover. Cloth backed Paper Boards. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo. Olive green cloth backed with light green paper covered boards and gilt title/illustration to front board. Minor wear to edges and light soiling to rear board. German text with 15 B&W photographic images of steamboats, railroads, canals, landscape, etc. Images are bound accordian style. Consistent browning to interior pages, which are otherwise very clean and images remain bright. 16 pp. GER/030104. Very Good.
Höchstadt: Mens-verlag, 1947. Hardcover. SCARCE. Very good in light-blue paper covered boards with beige title to front board and spine. Light stamp to rear board as well and a few small spots of light soiling. Interior is clean and bright with illustrations and directions to make hats, shoes, and bags. 80 pages. German language. GER1/2052. Very Good.