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Lot 344: 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.

Waverly Rare Books Catalog Auction 12-1-2016

by Quinn's Auction Galleries

December 1, 2016

Falls Church, VA, USA

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  • 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.
  • 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.
  • 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.
  • 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.
  • 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.
  • 6 Books: Vietnamese, Buddhist art, 2 signed.
   
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Description: [Asian/Vietnamese/Buddhist Art] 6 Titles. ++ BUI XUAN PHAI: In the collection of Tran Hau Tuan. (1995). One of 500. Cloth, in dj. Minor stain to rfep and last 2 leaves. ++ Bui Thanh Phuong and Tran Hau Tuan. BUI XUAN PHAI: CUOC DOI VA TAC PHAM. Nha xuat ban My tuat/ Fine Arts publishing, (1997). One of 1000. Hardcover in dj. Very good. ++ C. David Thomas, Lady Borton, and Charles Fenn. HO CHI MINH: A PORTRAIT. Ha Noi: Youth Publishing House, 2003. Title page signed and inscribed “For Jean, It’s been great to get to know you./ Please stay in touch./ David Thomas/ Hanoi 2003.” Cloth, in dj. Near fine. ++Thomas. AS SEEN BY BOTH SIDES: American and Vietnamese Artists Look at the War. Bos: Indochina Arts Project/ William Joiner Foundation/ University of Massachusetts Press, 1991. 4to. Softcover; very good. Signed “david Thomas/ HaNoi 2002” on half title. ++ Alfred Salmony. DIE CHINESISCHE LANDSCHAFTS-MALERI. Vol 4 from “ORBIS PICTUS/ WELTKUNST-BUCHEREI.” Berlin: Ernst Wasmuth, (nd). 8vo. Boards with printed label on front cover and spine. Spine defective, rear joint split. ++ MONARCHY AND ITS BUDDHIST WAY: Tibetan-Buddhist Ritual Implements in the National Palace Museum. (Taipei): National Palace Museum, (1999). 4to. Cloth, in dj. Near fine. 14.6 Lb.

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