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1 Die Mode: Menschen and Moden Im Achtzehnten Jahrhundert Von Boehn, Max
Munich F. Bruckmann 1909 Hard Copy Very Good No Jacket 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Fischel, Oskar 
F. Bruckmann, Munich, 1909. "Nach Bildern Und Stichen Der Zeit" Red boards with gilt design on front board and gilt print and design on spine. Decorative end pages. Written in German. Book is in Very Good condition: spine slightly cocked; print on spine fading but still readable; binding tight and pages clean. No dust jacket. Many b/w illustrations; some color illustrations. Some illustrations have tissue guard. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Howard Kanovitz: Arbeiten 1951-1978 Kanovitz, Howard
Berlin, Germany Akademie Der Kunst 1979 3883319120 / 9783883319124 Soft Cover Good 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Inscribed By Artist
Akademie Der Kunst, Berlin, 1979. Inscribed by the artist on the title page to the artist, poet and author, Rose Graubart (who was married to poet David Ignatow), as follows: "Amagansett 1985 For Rose Graubart, Comrade in Art Very Best Wishes Howard Kanovitz". Book is in Good condition: 3/4" tear between top of spine and front cover; coffee stain on top left of rear cover measuring 3-1/2" by 4-1/2"; 2nd half of the book has light rippling on upper corner; general light edge wear; spine slightly cocked; pages are clean and bright. Ausstellung der Akademie der Kunste in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Berliner Kunstlerprogramm des DAAD vom 2. September bis 21. Oktober 1979 (translated: Exhibition of the Akademie der Kunst in cooperation with the citizen of Berlin artist program of the DAAD from 2 September to 21 October 1979). Includes 24 full-page color plates and many b/w illustrations. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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3 Hundegeschichten Schubart, Arthur
Munich, GERMANY Parcus & Co. 1926 Hard Copy Good No Jacket 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall 
Parcus & Co., Munich, 1926. 3 und 4 Auflage. Book is in Good condition: damp stain on top of rear board and on rear free end page; 1/2" closed tear on front end page; several pages are starting to separate from signature but are still affixed; age tanned pages. No dust jacket. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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4 Oberammergau. 12 Farbaufnahmen 
Berlin Novitas Verlag Soft Cover Good+ 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall 
Novitas Verlag, Berlin, no date. Soft cover, oblong shape measuring almost 6" high by about 8-1/4" wide. Book is in Good+ condition: cover is unglued on the spine and on the front of the book along the side of the spine; cover is partially glued to the back of the book along the side of the spine; light discoloration and light edgewear; tiny nick at top of title page; binding is tight and pages are clean and bright. Consists of 12 color photographs (4-color printing) of sites in Oberammergau (which is world-famous for the Passion Play that the local villagers have been performing since 1634), located in the upper Bavarian Alps. No text other than the name of the site in the photograph below each photograph. 
Price: 16.50 USD
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5 The Free Waldorf School at Stuttgart Hartlieb, F.; Collison, H, Ed.
London Anthroposophical Publishing Co. 1928 Soft Cover Very Good 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall 
Anthroposophical Publishing Co., London, 1928. 53 pages. Book is in Very Good condition - sun faded on and along sides of spine; small crease on lower right corner of cover; discoloration on foreedge and on title page; age tanning. From the Foreword: "As will be seen in this article, the Free Waldorf School was founded under the direction of Dr. Rudolf Steiner, whose educational principles it was the first to embody. The writer, Herr F. Hartlieb, went in the ordinary course of his duty to inspect the School on behalf of the Ministry of Education of the State of Wurtemberg. The official report of Herr Hartlieb is naturally not available for publication; but the following article, translated by kind permission from the Wurtembergische Lahrezeitung of October, 1926, indicates the impression made upon this official School Inspector by the spirit and practice of the School. It thereby affords an approach to throse educational principles which the Rudolf Steiner Educational Society exists to further." 
Price: 17.50 USD
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