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              • ARTS/CRAFTS COPPER LAMP FIXTURE DARD HUNTER?
                Nov. 18, 2023

                ARTS/CRAFTS COPPER LAMP FIXTURE DARD HUNTER?

                Est: $500 - $800

                ARTS/CRAFTS COPPER LAMP FIXTURE DARD HUNTER?: No shades, polished patina, attributed to Hunter, copper and silver?, 13" w. x 9" d. x 11" h.

                Burchard Galleries Inc
              • Hunter (Dard) Chinese Ceremonial Paper, one of 125 copies, Chillicothe, Ohio, Mountain House Press, 1937.
                Sep. 28, 2023

                Hunter (Dard) Chinese Ceremonial Paper, one of 125 copies, Chillicothe, Ohio, Mountain House Press, 1937.

                Est: £1,500 - £2,000

                Hunter (Dard) Chinese Ceremonial Paper, one of 125 copies, photogravure and collotype illustrations, prints in colour from old Chinese woodblocks, 49 original specimens of Chinese ceremonial paper from as early as 17th century, original red levant-backed decorated paper boards, vellum tips, slip-case, 4to, Chillicothe, Ohio, Mountain House Press, 1937. ⁂ One of Hunter's scarcest works. Specimens include envelopes, trays, money and other items for ceremonial use.

                Forum Auctions - UK
              • Dard Hunter and George Scheidemantel, Exterior View of the Roycroft Inn; Town of Aurora Welcomes You poster (two works)
                Aug. 23, 2023

                Dard Hunter and George Scheidemantel, Exterior View of the Roycroft Inn; Town of Aurora Welcomes You poster (two works)

                Est: $1,500 - $2,000

                Dard Hunter and George Scheidemantel Exterior View of the Roycroft Inn; Town of Aurora Welcomes You poster (two works) c. 1910 woodblock in colors, screenprint in colors sight: 7.5 h x 11.5 w in (19 x 29 cm) sight: 23 h x 14 w in (58 x 36 cm) Signed, dated and inscribed to lower edge of woodblock 'For Ms. Jean Dard Hunter 1910'. Printed orb and cross mark to lower edge of poster. Literature: Head, Heart and Hand: Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters, Via and Searl, pg. 127 illustrates one work This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

                Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
              • Dard Hunter for Roycroft, Gem-set brooch
                Aug. 23, 2023

                Dard Hunter for Roycroft, Gem-set brooch

                Est: $2,500 - $3,500

                Dard Hunter for Roycroft Gem-set brooch Of reticulated and engraved geometric design set with a cabochon jade; c. 1908 Silver Signed with maker's mark for Dard Hunter and Roycroft 1.5 w x 1.75 l in; Gross weight 6.4 dwts Literature: Head, Heart and Hand: Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters, Via and Searl, pg. 78 illustrates this example Creating Beauty, Berberian, pg. 194 illustrates this example This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

                Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
              • Dard Hunter, The Life Work of Dard Hunter, Volume I
                Aug. 23, 2023

                Dard Hunter, The Life Work of Dard Hunter, Volume I

                Est: $3,000 - $5,000

                Dard Hunter The Life Work of Dard Hunter, Volume I 1918 3/4 leather-bound book, paper 17.5 h x 12.25 w x 2.25 d in (44 x 31 x 6 cm) Signed and numbered to colophon '46 Dard Hunter'. This work is number 46 from the edition of 100 apart from the special edition of 50 published by Mountain House Press, Chillicothe, Ohio. Sold with presentation box. This work will ship from Chicago, Illinois.

                Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
              • 2 Dard Hunter III Mission Framed Prints
                May. 24, 2022

                2 Dard Hunter III Mission Framed Prints

                Est: $100 - $200

                2 Dard Hunter III (American Ohio 1883 - 1966). Roycroft original stained glass hand colored letterpress prints in mission frames. Printed at Mountain House Press, Chillicothe, Ohio. Label on verso. Signed center in pencil "Dard Hunter III". Frames stamped Dard Hunter Studios. Sight size: 7 1/4" x 5 1/2". Frame size: 20 x 14 1/2 in.

                Willow Auction House
              • 2 Dard Hunter III Mission Framed Prints
                May. 24, 2022

                2 Dard Hunter III Mission Framed Prints

                Est: $100 - $200

                2 Dard Hunter III (American, Ohio 1883 - 1966). Roycroft original stained glass hand colored letterpress prints in mission frames. Printed at Mountain House Press, Chillicothe, Ohio. Label on verso. Signed lower right in pencil "Dard Hunter III". Frames stamped Dard Hunter Studios. Sight size: 6 3/4" x 7 1/2". Frame size: 20 x 14 1/2 in.

                Willow Auction House
              • Albert Chase McArthur (1881-1951) framed Imperial Arrow carpet section for the Arizona Biltmore Hotel renovation carpet section: 55"...
                Sep. 15, 2021

                Albert Chase McArthur (1881-1951) framed Imperial Arrow carpet section for the Arizona Biltmore Hotel renovation carpet section: 55"...

                Est: $500 - $700

                Albert Chase McArthur (1881-1951) framed Imperial Arrow carpet section for the Arizona Biltmore Hotel renovation USA, circa 1976 dyed wool Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959) influenced design, set in a custom Dard Hunter Studios oak frame carpet section: 55"w x 52"h; frame: 67"w x 62"h x 4"d

                Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
              • [HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966.] HUNTER, DARD II, COMPILER. The Life and Work of Dard Hunter. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1981- 83.
                Dec. 11, 2020

                [HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966.] HUNTER, DARD II, COMPILER. The Life and Work of Dard Hunter. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1981- 83.

                Est: $3,000 - $4,000

                [HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966.] HUNTER, DARD II, COMPILER. The Life and Work of Dard Hunter. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1981- 83. 2 volumes. Large 4to. Volume I: 194 specimens and 65 black and white illustrations, many of these painstakingly hand-printed to resemble the paper and color from Hunter's original drawings; Volume II: 25 color and 75 black and white illustrations, 34 paper specimens, and 23 title page reproductions. Prospectus laid in at the front. Original chestnut brown half morocco over paper boards printed with a Roycroft pattern of pink roses and green leaves, flat spines with gilt titling, leather hinges, edges untrimmed. In the original sturdy linen clamshell boxes with tan morocco labels on spine. A VERY FINE COPY OF THE LIMITED EDITION, numbers 11 (volume I) and 96 (volume II) of 100 copies of the regular edition, signed by Dard Hunter II (there were an additional 50 'special edition' copies in a red morocco binding). This impressive two-volume work is the product of 13 years of labor by Dard Hunter II to record his father's extraordinary legacy. The senior Dard Hunter explored the breadth of book production as few others have: he was an author, papermaker, type designer, graphic artist, and printer. He first experimented with papermaking at a mill in New York in 1909, and later in Ohio, his home state. Of the 18 books he wrote on papermaking technique, the eight he printed at his Mountain House Press, from 1922-50, stand as high points in 20th century American private press books. With the help of his son, he made and set the type for all of these books and printed them by hand on his own paper. He was the leading authority on papermaking, and his research on the subject took him many times around the globe, particularly into Asia, in order to document and collect samples of traditional papermaking techniques. His collection and research became the core of the Dard Hunter Paper museum, which opened in 1939. Equipment used in his papermaking, type founding, and printing has been accepted into the Smithsonian, while his collection of old and exotic papers resides in the Robert C. Williams Paper Museum at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

                Bonhams
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in India. New York: Pynson Printers, 1939.
                Dec. 11, 2020

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in India. New York: Pynson Printers, 1939.

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in India. New York: Pynson Printers, 1939. 4to. 85 photogravure illustrations of papermaking in India and 27 specimens of Indian paper. Original black quarter calf over Indian cloth in a floral design, flat spine with gilt titling. In the publisher's (slightly worn) lettered brown cardboard slipcase. Short indentation to spine, light thumbing to a couple of leaves, otherwise fine. LIMITED EDITION, number 87 of 370 copies signed by the author and by publisher Elmer Adler. In this work, Hunter takes us on a journey through various Indian provinces, examining the techniques used to make paper by hand in each one and providing a valuable record of a vanishing industry. The account of his travels through the country is illustrated with photographs of papermaking equipment and of artisans at work making paper; it describes in detail the materials used and the techniques employed to make paper in each region, and enumerates the special challenges Indian papermakers face in finding quality raw materials and dealing with the discouragement of British colonial officials. Hunter holds out little hope for the future of the craft in India, where artisans are focused on trying to produce paper at lower prices than the machine-made kind — a hopeless task — rather than on making the kind of high-quality paper that cannot be produced on a machine. This work is all the more significant for capturing a dying art and preserving remnants of its products. Schlosser 39. For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

                Bonhams
              • The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer table lamp 17 3/4"dia x 22"h
                Dec. 06, 2020

                The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer table lamp 17 3/4"dia x 22"h

                Est: $5,000 - $7,000

                The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer table lamp East Aurora, New York hammered copper, leaded glass stamped orb and cross 17 3/4"dia x 22"h

                Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
              • The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer and maker important table lamp 18 3/4"sq x 25"h
                Dec. 03, 2020

                The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer and maker important table lamp 18 3/4"sq x 25"h

                Est: $15,000 - $25,000

                The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer and maker important table lamp East Aurora, New York, circa 1907 oak, leaded glass, copper signed with orb 18 3/4"sq x 25"h Provenance: The Estates of Vera Parry and Judith Parry Gregorio, Buffalo, New York Thence by descent Catalog Note: This lamp — probably originally gas — is referred to as an Emerson Hall table lamp, although there were some variations of this form not from Emerson Hall at the Roycroft Campus.

                Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
              • The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer vase, #203 3 1/16"dia x 6 1/8"h
                Sep. 13, 2020

                The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer vase, #203 3 1/16"dia x 6 1/8"h

                Est: $300 - $500

                The Roycrofters, Dard Hunter (1883-1966), designer vase, #203 East Aurora, New York hammered copper, German nickel silver stamped orb and cross cylindrical form with applied nickel silver 3 1/16"dia x 6 1/8"h Provenance: The Collection of Vera Parry and Judith Parry Gregorio, Buffalo, New York Thence by descent

                Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
              • DARD HUNTER III PRINT
                Mar. 08, 2020

                DARD HUNTER III PRINT

                Est: $100 - $200

                FROM THE REAR COVER OF "THE FRA", DECEMBER 1908. LETTER PRESS PRINTED BY DARD HUNTER II, 1972. "GIVE ME SUCCESS OR ITS ETERNAL PURSUIT AND I'LL TAKE THE PURSUIT". 18"X22" OVERALL. LIGHT SCRATCH TO OAK FRAME.

                Freedom Auction Company
              • HUNTER, Dard (1883-1966).
                Nov. 06, 2019

                HUNTER, Dard (1883-1966).

                Est: $2,000 - $3,000

                HUNTER, Dard (1883-1966). Primitive Papermaking: An Account of a Mexican Sojourn and of a Voyage to the Pacific Islands in Search of information, Implements, and Specimens Relating to the Making & Decorating of Bark-Paper. Chillicothe: Mountain House Press, 1927. Folio. Frontispiece after a print of the Mountain House, numerous tipped-in samples of bark paper, plain and decorated, tipped-in photographs, illustrations. Loose as issued in half cloth portfolio, printed paper label, cloth ties. Provenance: Carmelita Gomez (correspondence laid in, see below); Henry Morris, publisher, Bird & Bull Press (correspondence laid in, see below). LIMITED EDITION, number 189 of 200 copies SIGNED BY HUNTER. [Laid in:] 3 typed letters signed, comprising 5 pages, on "Dard Hunter" watermarked paper, from Dard Hunter II to Henry Morris. February 9, February 17, and March 4, 1977.  Regarding Morris's purchase of 5 Dard Hunter books from Carmelita Gomez, and collecting works published by Dard Hunter and Bird and Bull Press. "I can't for the life of me why [sic] you say you have so many problems in printing as well as papermaking. Your books do not show it, at least to a novice like myself." A FINE ASSOCIATION COPY.

                Hindman
              • HUNTER, Dard (1883-1966). Old Papermaking. Chillicothe, OH: Dard Hunter, 1923. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED BY HUNTER. 
                Nov. 06, 2019

                HUNTER, Dard (1883-1966). Old Papermaking. Chillicothe, OH: Dard Hunter, 1923. LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED BY HUNTER. 

                Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                HUNTER, Dard (1883-1966). Old Papermaking. Chillicothe, OH: Dard Hunter, 1923.  Small folio. 9 specimen sheets of old paper tipped in; 28 full-page illustrations, 40 illustrations in text. (Some toning from glue.) Original boards, uncut and unopened (separations along lower joint, some toning). LIMITED EDITION, number 125 of 200 copies SIGNED BY HUNTER. Old Papermaking was Hunter's first deluxe book on papermaking, designated one of the "Fifty Books of the Year" by the American Institute of Graphic Arts. Original prospectus laid in.

                Hindman
              • Dard Hunter (OH, 1883-1966), Five Arts and Crafts Lights for the Roycroft Inn
                Sep. 21, 2019

                Dard Hunter (OH, 1883-1966), Five Arts and Crafts Lights for the Roycroft Inn

                Est: $2,000 - $4,000

                Dard Hunter (OH, 1883-1966), Five Arts and Crafts Lights for the Roycroft Inn East Aurora, New York, circa 1910, copper frames with cut out and applied white metal swirl decoration in vibrant green and lavender stained glass panels including a three light hanging fixture, two cylindrical shades and a pair of square copper-topped light fixtures; unmarked. Triple shade 13 x 14.5 x 5.5 in.; square shades 13 x 5.5 x 5.5 in.; cylindrical shades 12 x 4.25 in. diameter. A matching triple shade was sold at Rago, May 31, 1998, for $101,750. Noted in AntiqueWeek, Mon., Sept. 7, 1998-41, Eastern Edition. From the Collection of Mary Wells, Greensboro, North Carolina Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.com

                Leland Little Auctions
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1950.
                Jun. 13, 2019

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1950.

                Est: $800 - $1,200

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1950. Folio. Color frontispiece, extensively illustrated including tipped-in facsimiles and other plates. Unbound loose sheets, uncut, contained in linen-covered chemise, in original red-brown morocco and linen clamshell case lettered in gilt. Case with some scuffs and soiling to linen.SIGNED LIMITED EDITION, number 8 of 210 copies, 200 of which were for sale. "The last work of the Mountain House Press and the author's magnum opus, this book provides a history of American papermaking by listing and describing the first paper mill in each state from 1690 until 1811 ... There are in the book 123 facsimiles of documents and watermarks and forty-two reproductions of labels used by these early paper manufacturers. The thick folio volume was to have been issued in an edition of 210 copies, but the author's own bibliography says that only 180 were completed. The book is printed on Dard Hunter's paper." An elaborately watermarked sheet of Dard Hunter's paper laid in. Schlosser 41.

                Bonhams
              • DARD HUNTER II LETTERPRESS PRINT
                Mar. 17, 2019

                DARD HUNTER II LETTERPRESS PRINT

                Est: $200 - $400

                ILLUSTRATING THE LEAF AND BERRY BORDER FROM THE REAR COVER OF "THE FRA", 1908. SIGNED AND NUMBERED. 18"X22"

                Freedom Auction Company
              • DARD HUNTER II LETTERPRESS PRINT
                Mar. 17, 2019

                DARD HUNTER II LETTERPRESS PRINT

                Est: $200 - $400

                ILLUSTRATING STAINED GLASS WINDOW, VIENNA, 1908. SIGNED AND NUMBERED. 18"X22"

                Freedom Auction Company
              • DARD HUNTER II LETTERPRESS PRINT
                Mar. 17, 2019

                DARD HUNTER II LETTERPRESS PRINT

                Est: $200 - $400

                ILLUSTRATING THE ROYCROFT CAMPUS OF 1910, STAINED GLASS WINDOW PANELS. SIGNED AND NUMBERED. 18"X22"

                Freedom Auction Company
              • DARD HUNTER II PRINTED BOOK PLATES
                Mar. 17, 2019

                DARD HUNTER II PRINTED BOOK PLATES

                Est: $200 - $400

                SIGNED AND NUMBERED. 18"X22"

                Freedom Auction Company
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea, and China. New York: Pynson Printers, 1936.
                Dec. 05, 2018

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea, and China. New York: Pynson Printers, 1936.

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea, and China. New York: Pynson Printers, 1936. 4to. 66 photogravures and 50 paper specimens. Original morocco over decorated paper-covered boards, spine in gilt and red, by Gerhard Gerlach, paper-covered slipcase, title printed in white and with limitation number, with four-page Shogun Paper specimen sheet and brochure loosely inserted. Shelf wear to slipcase, library markings to spine, title page and limitation page.Provenance: Mill Library, St. Paul, MN (perforated stamp on title). LIMITED EDITION, SIGNED by Dard Hunter and printer Elmer Adler, no 340 of 370 copies.

                Bonhams
              • Dard Hunter for the Roycroft Workshops Arts and Crafts Unglazed Earthenware Vase with Tree Motif
                Sep. 17, 2018

                Dard Hunter for the Roycroft Workshops Arts and Crafts Unglazed Earthenware Vase with Tree Motif

                Est: $6,000 - $8,000

                Dard Hunter for the Roycroft Workshops Arts and Crafts Unglazed Earthenware Vase with Tree Motif Circa 1904 Impressed with DH monogram and Roycroft Workshop symbol. Height 9 1/4 inches. Works in pottery by Dard Hunter (1883-1966) are exceedingly rare. According to his descendants, Hunter made only six prototypes for designs in pottery during his tenure at the Roycroft Workshop and only ten original pieces are known to exist. Further, it is claimed that six of these pieces are in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, including a green glazed earthenware vase with an Iris motif. A vase identical to the vase offered here is in the collection of The Wolfsonian in Florida. The extreme scarcity of known works by Dard suggests that the pottery wares he did create were experimental in nature and ultimately never entered into commercial production. For more about the life and work of Dard Hunter see www.dardhunter.com. C A Private Collection of Important Design

                Doyle New York
              • Dard Hunter Typed Letter Signed.
                Jul. 28, 2018

                Dard Hunter Typed Letter Signed.

                Est: $300 - $500

                Hunter, Dard. Dard Hunter Typed Letter Signed. Chillicothe: November 1, 1919. On a sheet of commercial letterhead, a warm letter of congratulations to Ralph Pearson on the birth of his child and what to expect of parenting, also discussing the “old house” in Chillicothe “built about 75 years ago by a German count” which Hunter and his wife Edith remodeled, and his upcoming project to publish a book on ancient paper-making techniques. Mailing folds.

                Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.
              • (2) DARD HUNTER (1883-1966) ROYCROFT BOOKPLATES
                Jul. 22, 2018

                (2) DARD HUNTER (1883-1966) ROYCROFT BOOKPLATES

                Est: $100 - $200

                (lot of 2) Framed bookplate illustrations, by Dard (William Joseph) Hunter (United States, 1883-1966), including: (1) title page from "Manhattan" by Joseph I.C. Clarke (Ireland, 1846-1927) and "Henry Hudson" by Elbert Hubbard (United States, 1856-1915), tear to paper, sight: approx 9.25"h, 5"w, overall: approx 17.5"h, 13"w, (1) title page from "Little Jouneys to the Homes of Great Business Men, Volume XXIV" by Elbert Hubbard, sight: approx 6.75"h, 5.25"w, overall: approx 15"h, 13"w; 6lbs total Start Price: $50.00

                Austin Auction Gallery
              • Roycroft Arts & Crafts Bronze vase
                Jul. 14, 2018

                Roycroft Arts & Crafts Bronze vase

                Est: $400 - $500

                Roycroft Arts and Crafts Bronze vase, designed by Dard Hunter (1883-1966), hammered bronze with geometric silver inlay. Orb and cross mark to underside. 6 1/4" H. Circa 1915. Provenance: A Nashville, TN estate. (Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com.)

                Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
              • Asien - China - - Hunter, Dard. Chinese Ceremonial Paper. A monograph relat
                Nov. 04, 2016

                Asien - China - - Hunter, Dard. Chinese Ceremonial Paper. A monograph relat

                Est: €1,200 - €1,800

                Asien - China - - Hunter, Dard. Chinese Ceremonial Paper. A monograph relating to the fabrication of paper and tin foil and the use of paper in chinese rites and religious ceremonies. Mit 48 montierten Papierbeispielen, 2 alten montierten Papieren, 6 gefalteten Tafeln, 9 Photogravüren sowie weiteren Illustrationen. Chillicothe/Ohio, Mountain House Press, 1937. 79 S. 1 Bl. 29,5 x 21,5 cm. Schwarzer Original-Halbmaroquinband mit Rückentitel und illustrierten Deckelbezügen in Original-Pappschuber (dieser lichtspurig und mit geringen Läsuren). Eins von 125 nummerierten Exemplaren. - Druckvermerk vom Autor signiert. - "The present volume deals not only with the use of papers in Chinese sacrificial offerings, but a part of the book, with illustrations, is devoted to the making and decorating of the holy paper." - 2 Papiermuster mit längeren Randeinrissen, vereinzelt mit Abklatsch bzw. Leimschatten, insgesamt aber sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar des höchst seltenen und aufwändig hergestellten Werkes. With 48 mounted paper samples, 2 mounted vintage paper samples, 6 fold. plates, 9 photogravures and other illustrations. Orig. black half morocco with illustrated covers in orig. slip-case. - One of 125 numbered copies. - 2 samples with longer tears to margins, some off-setting, overall a fine copy.

                Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
              • Asien - China - - Hunter, Dard. Chinese Ceremonial Paper. A monograph relat
                Jun. 03, 2016

                Asien - China - - Hunter, Dard. Chinese Ceremonial Paper. A monograph relat

                Est: €1,600 - €2,400

                Asien - China - - Hunter, Dard. Chinese Ceremonial Paper. A monograph relating to the fabrication of paper and tin foil and the use of paper in chinese rites and religious ceremonies. Mit 48 montierten Papierbeispielen, 2 alten montierten Papieren, 6 gefalteten Tafeln, 9 Photogravüren sowie weiteren Illustrationen. Chillicothe/Ohio, Mountain House Press, 1937. 79 S. 1 Bl. 29,5 x 21,5 cm. Schwarzer Original-Halbmaroquinband mit Rückentitel und illustriertem Deckelbezügen in Original-Pappschuber (dieser lichtspurig und mit geringen Läsuren).Eins von 125 nummerierten Exemplaren, von denen wohl nur 25 Exemplare in Halbmaroquin mit dem schönen japanischen Deckelbezugspapieren in Rot und Gold gebunden wurden. - Druckvermerk vom Autor signiert. - "The present volume deals not only with the use of papers in Chinese sacrificial offerings, but a part of the book, with illustrations, is devoted to the making and decoratin of the holy paper." - 2 Papiermuster mit längeren Randeinrissen, vereinzelt mit Abklatsch bzw. Leimschatten, insgesamt aber sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar des höchst seltenen und aufwändig hergestellten Werkes.

                Nosbüsch & Stucke GmbH
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. A Papermaking Pilgrimage
                Sep. 22, 2014

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. A Papermaking Pilgrimage

                Est: -

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea and China. New York: Pynson Printers, 1936.

                Bonhams
              • DARD HUNTER (1883 - 1966); ROYCROFT; Hammered
                Oct. 26, 2013

                DARD HUNTER (1883 - 1966); ROYCROFT; Hammered

                Est: $1,000 - $1,500

                DARD HUNTER (1883 - 1966); ROYCROFT; Hammered copper and silver vase, East Aurora, NY, 1909-20; Orb and cross mark; 6 1/4" x 3 1/4"

                Rago Arts and Auction Center
              • DARD HUNTER (1883 - 1966); Ephemera including:
                Oct. 26, 2013

                DARD HUNTER (1883 - 1966); Ephemera including:

                Est: $3,500 - $4,500

                DARD HUNTER (1883 - 1966); Ephemera including: complete set of illustrations from "The Life Work of Dard Hunter," watermarked paper samples, additional illustrations and limited printings with notations by Dard Jr., and four-volume miniature book set "The Making of Books"

                Rago Arts and Auction Center
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. The Literature of Papermaking, 1390-1800. [Chillicothe: Dard Hunter, 1925.]
                Oct. 16, 2013

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. The Literature of Papermaking, 1390-1800. [Chillicothe: Dard Hunter, 1925.]

                Est: $1,200 - $1,800

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. The Literature of Papermaking, 1390-1800. [Chillicothe: Dard Hunter, 1925.]

                Bonhams
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Old Papermaking. Chillicothe, Ohio: 1923.
                Feb. 13, 2011

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Old Papermaking. Chillicothe, Ohio: 1923.

                Est: $1,500 - $2,500

                Old Papermaking. Chillicothe, Ohio: 1923. [4], 112 pp. Illustrated extensively with woodcuts, tipped-in plates and facsimiles. 9 original paper specimens. 4to (297 x 213 mm). Original decorative boards. A little toning from glue at specimens and plates, spine label slightly soiled. Prospectus laid in. Limited edition, signed and inscribed, no 176 of 200 copies signed by the author on the colophon. This copy additionally signed and inscribed by Dard Hunter on the front free endpaper: "Dard Hunter / June seventh mcmxxxi." This is the first of Hunter's deluxe books on papermaking.

                Bonhams
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, OH: Mountain House Press, 1950.
                Dec. 02, 2010

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, OH: Mountain House Press, 1950.

                Est: $4,000 - $6,000

                Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, OH: Mountain House Press, 1950. Hand-colored frontispiece; plus facsimiles, reproductions of early American watermarks; and tipped-in plates illustrating ream wrappers. Printed on handmade paper using type cut by Dard Hunter Jr. Folio. Original beige buckram over patterned paper boards, paper label to spine, reddish-brown morocco-backed clamshell case. Toning to some samples, paste action from additional material on front endpapers, some wear to case. LIMITED, SIGNED EDITION, no 24 of 210 copies, 200 of which were for sale. With original prospectus and Morgan Library invitation to tribute meeting regarding present work, both tipped to front endpapers. "The last work of the Mountain House Press and the author's magnum opus, this book provides a history of American papermaking by listing and describing the first paper mill in each state from 1690 until 1811 ... There are in the book 123 facsimiles of documents and watermarks and forty-two reproductions of labels used by these early paper manufacturers. The thick folio volume was to have been issued in an edition of 210 copies, but the author's own bibliography says that only 180 were completed. The book is printed on Dard Hunter's paper" (Schlosser 41). Provenance: bookplate of David Urquhart. Acquisition: Swann, Nov 30, 2000, lot 152, via William Reese Company, $8,625.

                Bonhams
              • HUNTER, DARD. 1888-1966. Old Papermaking in China and Japan. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1932.
                Oct. 04, 2010

                HUNTER, DARD. 1888-1966. Old Papermaking in China and Japan. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1932.

                Est: $400 - $600

                Old Papermaking in China and Japan. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1932. 71 pp. Illustrated, including 5 photogravures, 11 tipped-in color plates (one folding), 16 tipped-in paper specimens, and 3 mounted bark specimens. Folio (427 x 293 mm). Unbound. Fine. Limited edition, signed, no 132 of 200 copies. This copy never bound and without portfolio. Prospectus laid in.

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              • [HUNTER, DARD.]
                Jun. 23, 2010

                [HUNTER, DARD.]

                Est: $400 - $600

                1. CAMUS. Notice d'un livre imprime a Bamberg en 1462. Paris: Baudouin, [1799]. With 5 plates. 4to. Modern half morocco; original wrappers bound in (tattered and laid down). Dard Hunter's copy, with his name on the upper wrapper. Plate 1 depicts bull's head watermarks, a clear inspiration for Hunter's watermark. 2. MINIATURE BOOK. The Making of Books. [1987.] 4 volumes. Full morocco; slipcase. 3. HUBBARD, ELBERT. White Hyacinths. Double-page title-page and double frontispiece. 8vo. Original quarter calf. Dry, slightly worn. Title-page designed by Hunter. 4. The Romance of Watermarks. Cincinnati, n.d. 1 of 210. Bookplates. And another book on watermarks by Dard Hunter. 5. Papermaking through Eighteen Centuries. New York: Rudge, 1930. 8vo. Dj. Together, 9 volumes.

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              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. BRADLEY, WILLIAM A. The Etching of Figures. Marlborough-on-Hudson: Dard Hunter, 1915.
                Jun. 23, 2010

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966. BRADLEY, WILLIAM A. The Etching of Figures. Marlborough-on-Hudson: Dard Hunter, 1915.

                Est: $300 - $500

                BRADLEY, WILLIAM A. The Etching of Figures. Marlborough-on-Hudson: Dard Hunter, 1915. 12, [3] pp. Signed etching by William Auerbach-Levy laid in (a little smudged). 4to (288 x 208 mm). Original boards, paper printed cover label. Mild toning, boards a little darkened with a couple stray marks. Limited edition of the first book made by Dard Hunter, one of 250 copies. Hunter made the paper and the type and printed the work. Note from binder and list of the "Active Members of the Chicago Society of Etchers, 1915" laid in.

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              • HUNTER, DARD.
                Feb. 14, 2010

                HUNTER, DARD.

                Est: $2,500 - $3,500

                Primitive Papermaking: An Account of a Mexican Sojourn and of a Voyage to the Pacific Islands in Search of Information, Implements, and Specimens relating to the Making & Decorating of Bark-Paper. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1927. Photogravure frontispiece, and numerous mounted specimens, plates, etc. Folio. Unbound as issued, in original half cloth portfolio with printed cover label; custom quarter calf clamshell box. Few light spots to cloth portfolio, else fine. Limited edition, no 171 of 200 copies signed by Hunter. One of the very few specimen books pertaining to barkcloth papers of the South Seas. In addition to Mexico and some parts of South America, it covers Tahiti, the Cook Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Hawaii. This copy with a typed letter signed by Dard Hunter laid in, dated 1934 and referencing his plans for his voyage to Burma & India. See illustration.

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              • HUNTER, DARD.
                Apr. 06, 2009

                HUNTER, DARD.

                Est: $4,000 - $6,000

                Primitive Papermaking: An Account of a Mexican Sojourn and of a Voyage to the Pacific Islands in Search of Information, Implements, and Specimens relating to the Making & Decorating of Bark-Paper. Chillicothe, Ohio: Mountain House Press, 1927. Photogravure frontispiece, and numerous mounted specimens, plates, etc.. Folio. Unbound as issued, in original half cloth portfolio with printed cover label; custom quarter calf clamshell box. Few light spots to cloth portfolio, else fine. Limited edition, no 171 of 200 copies signed by Hunter. One of the very few specimen books pertaining to barkcloth papers of the South Seas. In addition to Mexico and some parts of South America, covers Tahiti, the Cook Islands, Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and Hawaii. This copy with a typed letter signed by Dard Hunter laid in, dated 1934 and referencing his plans for his voyage to Burma & India. See illustration.

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              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966.
                Feb. 15, 2009

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966.

                Est: $4,000 - $6,000

                Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, OH: Mountain House Press, 1950. Hand-colored frontispiece; plus facsimiles, reproductions of early American watermarks; and tipped-in plates illustrating ream wrappers. Printed on handmade paper using type cut by Dard Hunter Jr. Folio. Original beige buckram over patterned paper boards, paper label to spine, reddish-brown morocco-backed clamshell case. Offset from some plates, tape offset to front flyleaf and to half-title, else a fine copy, light shelfwear to slipcase. Limited edition, no 45 of 210 copies, signed by Dard Hunter on the colophon. Hunter’s final work to be published by his Mountain House Press, and generally considered his masterpiece, is a history organized chronologically by colony or state according to when the first paper mills were founded. This copy with a Letter Signed ("Dard") tipped to half-title, discussing production of this title; and with a silver print photograph of the Hunter residence, tipped to front endpaper.

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              • HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966.
                Dec. 15, 2008

                HUNTER, DARD. 1883-1966.

                Est: $5,000 - $7,000

                Papermaking by Hand in America. Chillicothe, OH: Mountain House Press, 1950. Hand-colored frontispiece; plus facsimiles, reproductions of early American watermarks; and tipped-in plates illustrating ream wrappers. Printed on handmade paper using type cut by Dard Hunter Jr. Folio. Original beige buckram over patterned paper boards, paper label to spine, reddish-brown morocco-backed clamshell case. Offset from some plates, tape offset to front flyleaf and to half-title, else a fine copy, light shelfwear to slipcase. Limited edition, no 45 of 210 copies, signed by Dard Hunter on the colophon. Hunter’s final work to be published by his Mountain House Press, and generally considered his masterpiece, is a history organized chronologically by colony or state according to when the first paper mills were founded. This copy with a Letter Signed ("Dard") tipped to half-title, discussing production of this title; and with a silver print photograph of the Hunter residence, tipped to front endpaper.

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              • HUNTER, DARD.
                Sep. 14, 2008

                HUNTER, DARD.

                Est: $700 - $900

                A Papermaking Pilgrimage to Japan, Korea and China. New York: Pynson Printers, 1936. Illustrated with photogravure plates. 50 paper specimens bound in. Printed on Japanese mulberry-bark handmade paper. 4to. Original quarter morocco and decorated boards, spine stamped in gilt and red; board slipcase. Volume fine, one specimen leaf foxed; slipcase with 4 inch split on lower edge and some wear to edges. Limited edition, no 238 of 370 copies, signed by the author and the publisher (Elmer Adler). Dard Hunter was one of the first foreigners to visit the paper mills of the East. See illustration.

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