14 June 2006
SCHMIDT, Julius. Stone Sculpture of Copán and Quiriquá. Trans. from the German by A.D. Savage. New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1883.
2o (494 x 362 mm). 20 plates by Heinrich Meye. Contemporary morocco-backed cloth (spine defective). Provenance: Western Reserve Historical Society (bookplate, blindstamp on title).
FIRST AMERICAN EDITION of Schmidt and Meye's study of Mayan art.
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