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THE PRINCETON FIELD GUIDE TO PREHISTORIC MAMMALS
Written by Donald R. Prothero. Illustrated by Mary Persis Williams.
Stock no. 1826068
Published by Princeton University Press. Circa 2017. Nearly fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Guidebook to hundreds of extinct species, from saber-toothed cats to giant mammoths. Large format. Blue cloth boardes, silver title to spine. Colour photos & illustrations. B/w sketches. ISBN: 9780691156828. 4th printing. A lovely copy.
THE WORLD OF THE FLORENTINE RENAISSANCE ARTIST
Written by Martin Wackernagel; Alison Luchs.
Stock no. 1824405
Published by Princeton University Press. 1st 1981. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Projects and Patrons, Workshop and Art Market. A pioneering study of Florentine art that renconstructed its physical, social, economic, and cultural context from about 1420 to 1530. Translated by Alison Luchs. Blue cloth boards, Light blue title block and white title to spine. A clean copy in blue dustwrapper which is faded at spine, rubbed at edges and a little scuffed to rear panel.
Blue cloth with darker blue title block with silver title to spine. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Page browning. Wrapper has top corner cut off front flap; some marks; other tears and chips; loss to top edge of front panel.
Large format. Card wraps. B/w photos, diagrams and illustrations. ISBN: 0691002797. Spine is creased and faded, with a few nicks to top and tail. Some corner creases. Browning and marks to outer page edges.
White cloth with blue title label to spine, gilt title. B/w illustrations and photographs. ISBN: 0691040192. Some browning to covers. Grubby mark to front endpaper. Page browning. Wrapper is edge-creased and chipped with small area of loss to top edge of rear panel.
IMAGES OF NEPOTISM: THE PAINTED CEILINGS OF PALAZZO BARBERINI
Written by John Beldon Scott. Illustrated by Palazzo Barberini.
Stock no. 2138861
Published by Princeton University Press. 1st 1991. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Large format. Blue cloth with gilt title block to spine; small vignette to front cover. Colour & b/w illustrations. B/w photos. ISBN: 0691040753. A few marks to covers. Page edge browning. Wrapper is edge-creased with a faded spine.
TWELVE CAESARS: IMAGES OF POWER FROM THE ANCIENT WORLD TO THE MODERN
Written by Mary Beard.
Stock no. 2138834
Published by Princeton University Press. 1st 2021. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Large format. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. Colour & b/w illustrations. ISBN: 9780691222363.
Princeton Essays on the Arts, 1. A comprehensive theory that encompasses beauty in art and nature, as well as intellectual, utilitarian, and moral beauty. Mustard cloth boards, white title to spine. Vertical crease to spine. Large bookplate to front pastedown else contents clean. Dustwrapper is heavily faded to spine and rubbed at edges.
Blue cloth boards, gilt title to spine. ISBN: 9780691119151. 2nd printing. Light scuffing to boards. Possible infrequent annotation present, not noticeable at initial inspection.
DEMANDING WORK - THE PARADOX OF JOB QUALITY IN THE AFFLUENT ECONOMY
Written by Francis Green.
Stock no. 1319662
Published by Princeton University Press. Circa 2007. Good condition.
Using an interdisciplinary approach, Demanding Work shows how aspects of job quality of work life stem from technological change and transformations in the politico-economic environment. Cardwraps. 225 pages. ISBN: 9780691134413. Second printing, first paperback edition. Ex-lib with usual stamps and labels. Covers have been covered with laminate.
Pictorial cardwraps. Colour photos and distribution maps. 308 pages including index. ISBN: 9780691144108. Damp staining to top corner of front cover and first 16 pages affecting margins.
HOW AND WHY SPECIES MULTIPLY: THE RADIATION OF DARWIN'S FINCHES
Written by Peter R. Grant; B. Rosemary Grant.
Stock no. 1815192
Published by Princeton University Press. 1st thus 2011. Nearly fine condition.
The authors explain how the same finches studied by Darwin - and named after him - have continued to provide scientists with valuable information about the origin and evolution of new species. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour photos and b/w diagrams. xix and 218 pages including index. ISBN: 9780691149998.