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Green cloth boards stamped in black. Book is very good with light wear along edges/corners. Has scarce dust jacket which is in good condition. A landmark Frank Lloyd Wright title with the original dust jacket, signed and inscribed.
From xochis Rare Book Room Collection. Edited and with an introduction by Frederick Gutheim. This copy’s dust jacket was once taped into the book, leaving marks, as shown, There is pricing/etc written at the inside of the front cover, also visible in the attached photos.
Genius and the Mobocracy by Frank Lloyd Wright First Edition 1949 Duell, Sloan and Pearce Hardcover Condition: G/VG The jacket shows wear with discoloration, dust, debris and torn edges. The book cover corners are bent and stained. The cover has some scuffing and marks. The end pages and page edges have discoloration and debris. The interior pages are clean. Please see pictures for details and condition. GRADING & CONDITION DESCRIPTIONS: As New is self-explanatory. It means that the book is in the state that it should have been in when it left the publisher. This is the equivalent of Mint condition in numismatics. Fine (F or FN) is As New but allowing for the normal effects of time on an unused book that has been protected. A fine book shows no damage. Very Good (VG) describes a book that is worn but untorn. For many collectors this is the minimum acceptable condition for all but the rarest items. Good (G) describes the condition of an average used worn book that is complete. Fair shows wear and tear but all the text pages and illustrations or maps are present. It may lack endpapers, half-title, and even the title page. If the damage renders the text illegible then the book is not even poor. Ex-library copies must always be designated as such no matter what the condition of the book. Book Club copies must always be designated as such no matter what the condition of the book. Binding Copy describes a book in which the pages or leaves are perfect, but the binding is very bad, loose, off or non-existent.
Mees, Holland, 13×13.5, 164 pp. This is a rare, hardbound, beige cloth covered book with a gilt-lettered label on spine, all designed by Wright. It includes illustrations of work done between 1902 and 1923.
Author: Wright, Frank Lloyd Title: The Disappearing City Publication: William Farquahar Payson, 1932 Edition: First Edition. Description: First Edition, First Printing. Published by William Farquahar Payson, 1932. Green cloth boards stamped in black. Signed and inscribed on half-title page by Frank Lloyd Wright to Walter V. Davidson (who is mentioned twice in this book). Has a pencil notation on flyleaf that notes “see page 61 & 65″ where Davidson is mentioned. Book is very good with light wear along edges/corners. Has scarce dust jacket which is in good condition. Has stains and chips/tears with a 2 X 1 inch piece missing at front bottom edge. Interior has been professionally mended. A landmark Frank Lloyd Wright title with the original dust jacket, signed and inscribed. All books come with free bookmarks. Collections – Libraries – Estates – Individual Titles. Message us if you have books to sell! This listing was created by Bibliopolis.
The Story Of The Tower. The Tree That Escaped the Crowded Forest. 1956 Horizon Press First Edition 1. Printing hardcover with jacket. The Price Tower in Bartlesville, Oklahoma is an innovative building that changed the horizon of the Oklahoma prairie and the world of architecture. The tower was constructed for the H. Price Company as its world headquarters. The Price Tower is Frank Lloyd Wright’s only realized skyscraper. Wright took his inspiration for the cantilevered design from a tree. In fact, the Price Tower has been called the tree that escaped the crowded forest. Wright wrote this book, The Story of the Tower, documenting the Price Tower and its construction.
Organic Architecture : Organic Architecture by Frank Lloyd Wright First #OM801Y. It hasn’t been a long time since I bought it, and I have never used it. Used only a few times, no scratches or stains. No noticeable scratches or stains. There are scratches or stains that cannot be seen without looking closely. Slightly scratched or dirty. There are scratches or dirt that can be identified as second-hand goods. There are large scratches and dirt that anyone can see. Overall condition is bad. There are troubles such as troubles during use, defects, and large dirt. The condition rank : New. [Manual & Menu Language]. We treat Japanese Market Usage Items. So items have only Japanese Manual & Menu Language. Japanese Menu Only : Panasonic Camera English Menu available : Nikon, Canon. Voltage:100V, Plug :Type A, FM Tune:70-90MHz. Please check your country’s condition for use. Please check the below site. International Buyers – Please Note. Thank you for your understanding.
Frank Lloyd Wright an Autobiography 1943 First Edition & an Oak Park, Illinois Home Tour Brochure. We take no responsibility for items lost or damaged by postal services. Thanks for looking and good luck!