Fine. 0960190600 Two folio volumes. 12 inx14 in. Glossy full color boards. 208 and 216 pages. 173 full color reproductions. 27 b/w photos. Critiques and commentaries by 12 authors. The story of Martha Mood, her stitcheries, and the tapestries woven from her stitchery designs. First and only printing of this commemorative edition. Both volumes clean, bright, unmarked in tight bindings. A Fine set. These oversize books will require additional postage for priority mail or shipment ot another country. First Edition. Year: 1980.
VG-(Ex-lib., usual markings; Otherwise in wonderful condition) Color illus. paper over boards; 208 pp., 200 pp.; 27 bw photos, 32 color plates (vol. I); 141 color plates and figures (vol. II). OVERSIZE AA2. "The story of Martha Mood, her stitcheries, and the tapestries woven from her stitchery designs"; Introduction by Joseph Stacey; An in-depth and wonderfully illustrated study of the textile work of Martha Mood.
Very Good Condition. Size: Folio-over 12"-15" tall. Clean interior. Tanning to front and back paste down and free endpapers. Binding is broken in several places, but all pages are attached. Spine slightly cocked. Text-block tanned. Boards bumped and worn at corners, edges and spine ends. Sunning to boards and spine. Quantity Available: 1. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 513534.
Very Good. 0960190600 Volume one. Binding solid, pages crisp and clean, no markings found. No dj, as issued. Pictorial cover bright and shiny with light scuffs and dents. Extremities lightly bumped with minimal tip wear. No international or expedited shipping for this oversize book.
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