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What is interesting about this edition of the Tao Te Ching by Gia-Fu
Feng and Jane English, is that each chapter or stanza is illustrated and
presented with the Chinese characters and English translation.
This book is entirely in Japanese. A lovely collection of images of the Japanese Alps, which is a series of mountain ranges in Japan which bisect the main island of Honshu. This book is meant to enhance a visitor's experience and to serve as a memento.
Speed Graphic 2x3 with 101mm F4.5 Optar Lens - Holders - Case
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CONDITION: Stiff paper boards, wear mark on front as shown (over
title area) and to
edges and mild fade to spine. Binding strong. No writing within. All
plates in VG+ condition.70 illustrations.Catalogof 86 works, accompanied
by critical excerpts from various sources. Publisher: M. Knoedler &
Company, Inc.New York
Sketch of artist Peter Hurd by his friend Paul Horgan from the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art. First Edition.
In addition to the complete aviation novel, photos, updates, model plans and more - authentic and original!
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Anthropological piece from 1943 on the Embroidery of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico and Arizona. Illustrated with plates and essays. This is the 1975 unabridged reprint.
Rare plate film boxes for the ground breaking Lumiere Autochrome  process, which was the first viable color film, patented in 1903. Aquatint, 8 3/8 x 9 3/8 inches on larger sheet. Edition number 12/25. Signed on the plate, and with pencil and chop mark, lower right. Dated 1936.
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