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SOTHEBY & CO. 1) Catalogue of eighteenth , nineteenth and twentieth century paintings and sculpture : Thursday, July 31 , 1969 / Sotheby & Co AND 2) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century paintings : Thursday, June 26 , 1969 / Sotheby & Co AND 3) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century drawings : Thursday, July 24 , 1969 / Sotheby & Co AND 4) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century paintings: Wednesday, July 23, 1969 AND 5) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century drawings : Thursday, May 29 , 1969 AND 6) Catalogue of eighteenth and nineteenth century paintings: Thursday, June 5 , 1969 AND 7) Catalogue of eighteenth , nineteenth and twentieth century paintings: Wednesday, May 7, 1969 AND 8) Catalogue of fine eighteenth , nineteenth and twentieth century continental paintings: Wednesday, February 26, 1975 AND 9) Catalogue of fine nineteenth and twentieth century british and continental paintings, Wednesday, June 4, 1969 AND 10) Catalogue of important eighteenth , nineteenth century paintings: Wednesday, June 18, 1969 AND 11) Catalogue of eighteenth , nineteenth and century drawings: Thursday, June 19 , 1969 AND 12) Catalogue of Modern Dritish Drawings Paintins and Sculpture, Wednesday, April 23, 1969 AND 13) Catalogue of Modern Dritish Drawings Paintins and Sculpture, Wednesday, July 9, 1969, x SOTHEBY & CO 1969, 1975

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Hodnett, E. English Woodcuts 1480-1535. Bibliographical Society, London, 1973 reprint with additions and corrections of 1935 first edition.
"The task that lay before me, then, was to examine every extant book printed in England between 1480 and 1535, inclusive, list every one containing a woodcut, describe every cut, and note every book in which it occurs. While I have been at considerable pains to accomplish this aim, my best hope must be that oversights and ignorance of the existence of unrecorded books have not brought me too far short of its realization. Books printed in English on the Continent have not been included because to do so would swell the book with irrelevant material... The book is divided into the Introduction, the Bibliography of Illustrated Books, the Catalogue of Cuts, the Facsimiles, and the Index of Cuts by Sizes. The Catalogue of Cuts is the core of the book. As a matter of fact, however, I did not begin putting the Catalogue together until I had seen most of the books of the period, had made notes about each cut in each illustrated book seen, and had collected a great many photostats. Then I worked my way through the illustrated books a second time, describing each cut and listing the books in which it occurred as I went along. It soon became clear that the descriptions could be brief-as the limitations of space demanded they must be. Among the 2,500 cuts that I have described, few are of exactly the same size and design, so that, given the dimensions, one can identify almost any cut with reasonable certainty if in the description the figures are correctly placed, and if the chief features and a significant detail or two are noted. To this end in describing a cut I have always moved from left to right, although at the end of many descriptions I have added miscellaneous items, such as the number of windows, which should not be understood as being on the right side of the design. I have invariably mentioned the kind of nimbus a figure wears, tile floors, and the kind of border, unless it is a single rule. In the descriptions I have tried to indicate what can be seen rather than what the picture is meant to represent, a practice that, combined with a desire to save words, at times works out awkwardly, as when an unmounted knight in armour joins the genus soldier. To prevent confusion among cuts of the same size and design, I have given cross-references and distinguishing details... In recording the history of individual cuts I have attempted to include notes on their condition, principally as regards breaks in the borders and the presence of worm-holes. Such notes are incremental-that is, the breakage at a certain date is in addition to, not inclusive of, any breaks noted in an earlier occurrence...As a means of reference to the Catalogue I have prepared the Index of Cuts by Sizes. Here the cuts of all printers are listed together, the only division being the customary Religious and Non-Religious one. After the dimensions of each cut comes a two- or three-word description of it and then the Catalogue running number...As a natural corollary to preparing the Catalogue of Cuts I have drawn up the Bibliography of Illustrated Books (1480-1535), which is arranged according to printers in the same manner as the Catalogue - Caxton, D Worde, Pynson, Minor Printers. Each printer's books are listed chronologically... In an effort to give some sort of coherent statement of the material in the Catalogue and the Bibliography I have written the Introduction. This consists of following chronologically the output of each printer with remarks on the important books, series of cuts, and single cuts. " - from the foreword.

Cloth, 4to, 28 cm, xv, 483, xvii, 82 pp, ills. Near Very Good. 0901420131

[SW: WOODCUTS. bibliography bibliographies bibliographical bibliographie bibliografia wykbooks 12031 Woodcuts Wood-engraving Illustration of books England 15th 16th century. English Hodnett, Edward]

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Bradley, L. ; Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) Library: Catalogue of the Library of the Institution of Civil Engineers [ 3 vols, complete, with 3 supplementary volumes: 1895-1904, Authors; 1905-1910, Authors; and 1905-1910, Subjects, making 6 volumes in total. ]. Institution of Civil Engineers, London, first editions, 1895-1912
The Institution of Civil Engineers, founded in 1818, is the world's oldest professional engineering institution. Its library dates from 1820, with significant early donations from Thomas Telford (1757-1854), the first President, Colonel Frederick Page (1769-1834), William Chapman (1749-1832) the canal engineer, and Thomas Young (1773-1825) MD FRS. The library is strong in most areas of engineering, and at the time of this 1895 catalogue was particularly rich in 19th century and earlier material, and held extensive collections of pamphlets, many of which were scarce. Three noteworthy special collections are (1) that of Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy (1780-1854), Master of the Clockmakers' Co, whose 270 volume collection on horology, including many early items, is separately catalogued in the Appendix; (2) a collection of 40 editions of Vitruvius' De architecture, including one of 1496, 16 of the 16th century and 23 from 1701-c1860; and (3) the papers of William Mackenzie and his family, railway contractors, in the early 19th century. The main catalogue is arranged alphabetically by author. Contents: Vol 1. A-G. Vol 2. H-Pa. Vol 3. Pe-End, Addenda: including the titles of works added to the library during the printing of the catalogue, and those omitted from the general body of the work, Appendix (pp 543-581): being a catalogue of the horological library bequeathed to the institution by B.L. Vulliamy. This 3 volume 1895 catalogue is the last full printed catalogue issued (following earlier efforts in 1837, 1851 and 1866) : the three supplements here extend the coverage to 1910.

6 volumes, uniform blindstamped cloth, gilt spine-titles , 8vo, 22 cm, iv, 516 + iv, 527 pp + iv, 581 + 379 + 276 + 289 pp. Ex-library copies with bookplates recording the presentation of the copies to the Royal Society of New South Wales on the front pastedown endpapers, and oval library stamps on the prelims and occasional other pages; some browning of endpapers and prelims and occasional mild foxing, otherwise a Very Good set.

[SW: INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS. bibliography bibliographies bibliographical bibliographie bibliografia wykbooks 12253 Great Britain Ireland England Wales Scotland civil engineering books reports maps civil engineers building bridges fen drainage river navigations canals docks harbours roads railways water supply mechanics materials hydraulics construction civil engineers Horology 17th 18th 19th century Catalogue of the Library of the Institution of Civil Engineers Vulliamy, Benjamin Lewis; Bradley, Latham]

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Hodnett, E. English Woodcuts 1480-1535. Bibliographical Society, London, 1973 reprint with additions and corrections of 1935 first edition.
"The task that lay before me, then, was to examine every extant book printed in England between 1480 and 1535, inclusive, list every one containing a woodcut, describe every cut, and note every book in which it occurs. While I have been at considerable pains to accomplish this aim, my best hope must be that oversights and ignorance of the existence of unrecorded books have not brought me too far short of its realization. Books printed in English on the Continent have not been included because to do so would swell the book with irrelevant material... The book is divided into the Introduction, the Bibliography of Illustrated Books, the Catalogue of Cuts, the Facsimiles, and the Index of Cuts by Sizes. The Catalogue of Cuts is the core of the book. As a matter of fact, however, I did not begin putting the Catalogue together until I had seen most of the books of the period, had made notes about each cut in each illustrated book seen, and had collected a great many photostats. Then I worked my way through the illustrated books a second time, describing each cut and listing the books in which it occurred as I went along. It soon became clear that the descriptions could be brief-as the limitations of space demanded they must be. Among the 2,500 cuts that I have described, few are of exactly the same size and design, so that, given the dimensions, one can identify almost any cut with reasonable certainty if in the description the figures are correctly placed, and if the chief features and a significant detail or two are noted. To this end in describing a cut I have always moved from left to right, although at the end of many descriptions I have added miscellaneous items, such as the number of windows, which should not be understood as being on the right side of the design. I have invariably mentioned the kind of nimbus a figure wears, tile floors, and the kind of border, unless it is a single rule. In the descriptions I have tried to indicate what can be seen rather than what the picture is meant to represent, a practice that, combined with a desire to save words, at times works out awkwardly, as when an unmounted knight in armour joins the genus soldier. To prevent confusion among cuts of the same size and design, I have given cross-references and distinguishing details... In recording the history of individual cuts I have attempted to include notes on their condition, principally as regards breaks in the borders and the presence of worm-holes. Such notes are incremental-that is, the breakage at a certain date is in addition to, not inclusive of, any breaks noted in an earlier occurrence...As a means of reference to the Catalogue I have prepared the Index of Cuts by Sizes. Here the cuts of all printers are listed together, the only division being the customary Religious and Non-Religious one. After the dimensions of each cut comes a two- or three-word description of it and then the Catalogue running number...As a natural corollary to preparing the Catalogue of Cuts I have drawn up the Bibliography of Illustrated Books (1480-1535), which is arranged according to printers in the same manner as the Catalogue - Caxton, D Worde, Pynson, Minor Printers. Each printer's books are listed chronologically... In an effort to give some sort of coherent statement of the material in the Catalogue and the Bibliography I have written the Introduction. This consists of following chronologically the output of each printer with remarks on the important books, series of cuts, and single cuts. " - from the foreword.

Cloth, 4to, 28 cm, xv, 483, xvii, 82 pp, ills. Near Fine. 0901420131

[SW: WOODCUTS. bibliography bibliographies bibliographical bibliographie bibliografia wykbooks 14425 Woodcuts Wood-engraving Illustration of books England 15th 16th century. English Hodnett, Edward]

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