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manuscript artist's book] Cloth-covered boards, backed in brown morocco; oblong 4to (340x265mm); approx. pp. 120, interleaved tissue and laid paper with untrimmed edges; composed of pen and ink drawings, woodblock cuts, and calligraphic text, translating "The Songs of Songs" from Hebrew into English. A unique artist's book by an American woman, impressively carried out. Some scuffing along spine, else fine.
Bjornvig, Thorkild; Schousboe, Ingvar (trans.); Smith, William Jay (trans., intro.) Cloth; dust jacket; 8vo; pp. 169. Inscribed by the author (and also, probably, one of the translators, though he signs as "Bill") to Janet Juris, a reference librarian for the New York Public Library, a free-lance bibliographic researcher, and the program director for the Lewis Carroll Society of North America. Isak Dinesen was one of her main collecting interests.
Blixenova, Karen; Frohlich, Frantisek (trans.) Cloth; dust jacket; 8vo; pp. . Spine tips and rear board lightly bumped; previous owner's bookplate on front paste-down. Dust jacket a little wrinkled along joints and edges; small scuff mark on rear panel.
Viften – The Fan. Udstillingen Ny Kongensgade I Til Fordel For Selskabet Til Haandarbejdets Fremme, Mai – Juni 1957Blixen, Karen (forord)] Wraps; 8vo; pp. , plus b/w photo-illustrations on glossy stock. Some light scuffing along yapp edges and rear cover, otherwise a tight, clean copy.
Dinesen, Isak; D' Andrea, Bernard (illus.) Ornately gilt-stamped green leatherette, all edges gilt, with green placeholder ribbon; 8vo; pp. 446, plus illustrations. Moire endpapers a bit faded along the edges (perhaps from the adhesive), else fine. With staple-bounds notes from the editors.