Lot 82 of 364:
Five Chinese Art Books  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$120
Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Five large quartos volumes on Chinese Art and Artifacts
Author:
Various Authors
Place:
Various places
Publisher:
Date:
Various dates
Description:

Illustrated, some with color plates. Various bindings.

Includes:

  • Strange, Edward F. Chinese Lacquer. 54 plates in black & white, printed tissue guards. Gilt-stamped & lettered black cloth. First Edition. (Tears and piece of cloth lacking from spine, ex-library with spine number stamp and interior rubber stamps, else fair). NY: Scribner's, 1926.
  • Nott, Stanley Charles. Chinese Jade Throughout the Ages: A Review of its Characteristics, Decoration, Folklore and Symbolism. Illus. throughout in black & white. Orange cloth lettered in green & red. First Edition. (Near fine). London: B.T. Batsford, 1936.
  • Tseng, Hsien-Ch'i & Robert Paul Dart. The Charles B. Hoyt Collection...Chinese Art: Neolithic Period through the T'ang Dynasty and Sino-Siberian Bronzes. Vol. I. Illus. with 163 plates, many in color. Cloth, leather spine label, slipcase. (About fine). Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1964.
  • Sotheby's. Important Early Chinese Ceramics, Archaic Bronzes, Sculpture, Silver and Lacquer from the Works of Art Collection of the British Rail Pension Fund.Illus. in color, incl. folding plates. Prices realized laid-in loose. Wrappers, jacket. (Chipping to jacket, else very good). London: Sotheby's, 1989.
  • [Antique Chinese Furniture]. In Chinese, with color illustrations throughout of wooden and lacquered Chinese furniture. Cloth, jacket. (Very good). Hong Kong: Commercial Press, 2002.
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Lot Amendments
Condition:
Fair to Fine.
 
Item number:
292559
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