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1 Art Deco /Art Nouveau Nude Ladies Back Bending, Bookends
They have been used and show wear and scratches. The breast and elbows have the most wear. On the base in the folds of the blanket there is a line, it is on both bookends so I believe they are from the mold. One has a scratch oh her belly. They are not perfect but still a very nice set. They are about 5" tall and 7" long and wei 
These may represent a dancer as they are in a back-bending pose. 
Price: 110.00 USD
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2 ART DECO BRONZED METAL BOOKENDS. TWO NUDE DANCING GIRLS. WITH SASH. $225.
quite nicely detailed with a dark "bronzed" finish on metal....all original and in nice condition . These are numbered. 6 1/2 H x 4 W x 2 1/2 Deep. 
attr. to Hubley Circa early 1920s. Plated iron. Very Nouveau design. Shown in Collectors Encyclopedia of Bookends, Plate 1180. NOTE: The estimated cost of shipping applies to books and not bookends. Inquire about shipping cost for any bookend sets; 
Price: 225.00 USD
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ART DECO DANCING NUDE FEMALE BOOKENDS. $250.00
3 ART DECO DANCING NUDE FEMALE BOOKENDS. $250.00
circa 1920s Slight rubbing, else Very Good. 8 3/4 x 5 x 1 7/8. 
BRASS FINISH OVER CAST IRON. NOTE: The estimated cost of shipping applies to books and not bookends. Inquire about shipping cost for any bookend sets; 
Price: 250.00 USD
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ART DECO SEATED LADY BOOKENDS. $ $225
4 ART DECO SEATED LADY BOOKENDS. $ $225
These are bronzed metal on a light cream-colored These are in very good or better condition with just slight loss to patination 7 1/2 tall, 5 long (not including base) x 3 wide 

Price: 225.00 USD
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5 K&O Art Deco Three Scholars Brass Painted Bookends
These are stamped K&O and dated, 1936. 6 1/4 tall, 4 1/2 deep at the base and 3 wide at  
This set of Kronheim and Oldenbusch bookends have great detail with the books highlighted with vibrant colors. The expressions on the faces as these scholars examine the book is charming. Each bookend is in generally good or better condition. As you can see in the photos, there is some rubbed paint on the book they are perusing, and a broken piece off of one of the mortarboards (hat) on each bookend. They are signed K&O CO. INC. MADE IN USA 1936. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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6 LADIES, Bronze and Marble Art Nouveau Bookends.
There was no signature or marking discovered. There a few nicks a nd chips to the marble bit they do not take away from the beauty of this set. NOTE: The estimated cost of shipping applies to books and not bookends. Inquire about shipping cost for any bookend sets; NOTE: The estimated cost of shipping applies to books and not bookends. Inquire about shipping cost for any bookend sets; 7.5" tall, 3 1/2" wide at the base and 5& 
The consist of a female Bronze figure sitting on a marble base. The women are very interesting. They are wearing very short dresses but have on very conservative Elizabethan style collars. Their heads are either resin or some type of carved bone 
Price: 350.00 USD
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LOIE FULLER DANCING GIRL BOOKENDS.  BRONZE CLAD SPELTER. $165.00
7 LOIE FULLER DANCING GIRL BOOKENDS. BRONZE CLAD SPELTER. $165.00
These beautiful antique figural bookends are in very good condition, the surface is original and exhibits a nice untouched patina as seen with a surface bump and slight flattening to the nose of one of the maidens. Both original felt pads are present. These are actually gorgeous and they display very well and you will be delighted with these old figural antique bookends ! Each measure 7 
These are sensational and quite rare featuring the provocative Burlesque Follies girl dancer and performer Loie Fuller, who is known as one of the most advanced and skilled dancers ever to perform at the famous Folies Bergere, with dances such as the Fire Dance and the Serpentine Dance, she became the embodiment of the Art Nouveau movement. 
Price: 145.00 USD
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8 Metal figural, Art Noveau Bookends, "Adam & Even Fleeing the Garden of Eden".
Bookends are signed, "Gift House Inc. NYC" and copyright 1927. Bronze plated cast iron. There is light surface rust and some tarnish, but overall VG. 6 1/4 H x 4 1/2 W x 21/4 D. Ea weighs abt 2 lbs 
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Price: 115.00 USD
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9 Metal figural, "ART DECO KNEELING NUDE BOOKENDS"
Very nice patina and very heavy. Probably copper, but bronze toned. 5 5/8 H x 3 5/8 W. 
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Price: 245.00 USD
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10 Pair ART NOUVEAU Figural Lady BOOKENDS, Bronze Finish. $250.00
10 x 6 x 4. 
Now offered is an impressive set of ART NOUVEAU BOOKENDS,,,these are transitional because they combine the Art Nouveau style with a classical design consistant with the early 1920's ,,each features a standing woman with arms outstretched....each measures appx 10" tall and 6" wide by 4" deep at the base.....they each weigh appx 5 LBS so this will be over a 10LB ship....quite nicely detailed with a dark "bronzed" finish on metal....all original and in nice condition generally....there is a piece of the swag missing on one of them, ( see pic )we did not even notice it at the time of purchase , but needed to mention it....all in all ,a super pair of vintage art nouveau circa 1900 to 1910. NOTE: The estimated cost of shipping applies to books and not bookends. Inquire about shipping cost for any bookend sets; 
Price: 250.00 USD
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11 VINTAGE ART DECO VICTORIAN LADY SPELTER BOOKENDS
6"tall, and they are 4" x 4" at the b 
They are a beautiful bronze/gold color on the body. The face is a detailed plastic hand painted insert. They are hollow with no felt on the bottoms. NOTE: The estimated cost of shipping applies to books and not bookends. Inquire about shipping cost for any bookend sets; 
Price: 100.00 USD
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12 Bragg, Charles, ASYLUM EARTH. SIGNED BY AUTHOR
Boston: Journey Editions. 1994. 1st edition. Hard bound in blue cloth. Pictorial end papers. Fine in a Fine dust jacket. 248 pages. 9 x 6 1/4. 
Illustrated with Bragg's art work including drawings, paintings with many in color. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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13 Cellini, Benvenuto, Translated into English by John Addington Symonds. THE LIFE OF BENVENUTO CELLINI.
London: John C. Nimmo, 14, King William Street, Strand. 1895. This edition was limited to 750 copies. There is a tiny stamp ( magnifying glass helpful  The book is in Near Fine condition. Some of the pages have a slight ripple which appears to be from the binder's gather of the signatures during the re-bind, else Very Good or better. There are no indications of prior ownership 514 pages. 8 3/4 x 6. 
Frontispiece portrait of Cellini with tissue guard. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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14 Cunningham, Eugene, TRIGGERNOMETRY: A GALLERY OF GUNFIGHTERS. WITH TECHNICAL NOTES ON LEATHER SLAPPING AS A FINE ART, GATHERED FROM MANY A LOOSE HOLSTERED EXPERT OVER THE YEARS.
New York: Press of the Pioneers, 1934. First edition. Blue cloth with gilt stamped title on spine and f Spine and extremities rubbed, corners bumped, hinge cracking at half-title, else good. No dust jacket. 441 pages. 9 1/4 x 6 1/4. 
Illustrated with plates from the Rose Collection in San Antonio, bibliography. Forward by Eugene Manlove Rhodes, Six-Guns 530. Graff 951. Howes C-54. Rader 1000.This is a generally reliable work in gunfighter literature. Six-Guns says it is scarce in the first edition. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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15 DeGrazia, Ted. THE ROSE AND THE ROBE.
Los Angeles: Southwest Museum, 1968. First edition, signed and limited to 500 copies, of which this is No. 395. Black cloth over white boards, gilt imprinted spin Fine in a bright, fine dust jacket. The pages are not numbered 12 1/4 x 9 1/4. 
color illustrations. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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16 Dunhuang Institute for Cultural Relics, ART TREASURES OF DUNHUANG.
Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Company, 1981. 1st ed., Bright yellow silk. Fine condition in a Very Good dust jacket with some shelf wear. 254 pp. 4to. 
Illustrated with beautiful color plates of the wall paintings and statuary in the Magao Grottoes. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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17 Evans, Tom and Mary Anne, SHUNGA: THE ART OF LOVE IN JAPAN.
New York: Paddington Press, Ltd. 1975. 1st edition. Hardbound in brown cloth with blind-stamped title Fine condition. It is encased in the publishers mathcing slip-case with a tipped on paper label. The slip case has very tiny shelf-wear and is Near Fine. 300 (2) pages. oblong, 11 1/4 x 8 1/2. 
Illustrated with over 200 erotic drawings, most in black-and-white, but some are in full color. Considered by many to be pornographic. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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18 Fischel, Dr. Oskar and Max Von Boehn. Edwardes, M., translator. Grace Rhys, introduction. MODES & MANNERS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY AS REPRESENTED INT HE PICTURES AND ENGRAVINGS OF THE TIME. THREE (3) VOLUMES, COMPLETE.
London: J. M. Dent & Co., Aldine House, New York: E. F. Dutton & Co., 1909. Hardbound in 3/4 brown leather over marbled paper Slight edge wear, else Very Good to Near Fine, bright, tight copy. The contents are fine. Pages: Vol. I, 178 (2); Vol II, 163 (1); Vol. II, 
Color frontispiece in each volume with a tissue guard. The books are illustrated throughout with gorgeous color color plates by various European artists and black-and-white illustrations. A profusely illustrated survey of nineteenth-century culture and fashion. Originally a work by German art historians Oskar Fischel and Max von Boehn, here translated into English for the first time by M. Edwardes, Vol. I covers 1790-1817; Vol. II, 1818-1842 and Vol. III, 1843-1878. 
Price: 150.00 USD
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19 Gorman, R. C., Adams, Ben Q. and Richard Newlin, R. C. Gorman: The Graphic Works.
Albuquerque: Taos Editions, Ltd. in association with Western Graphics Workshop, Inc., 1987. 1st printing. Signed by Gorman on the half-title page. Grey linen covered boards with title stamped in bl Lower right corner slightly bumped, else Fine in an illustrated dust jacket that has edge wear (a little more at spine ends), a 1" closed tear on lower front panel, else Very Good. 253 pages. Obl. 11 3/8 x 14 1/2. 
Illustrated with color reproductions of Gorman's works; Chronology; Glossary; Print Index; Bibliography. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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20 Gorman, R. C., and Mary Beth Green (text). R. C. GORMAN: THE DRAWINGS.
Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Press, 1981. 1st Edition. This has a presentation inscription on the title page signed by Gorman and dated 1983. Hardbound in terra-cotta linen covered boards back Fine in an illustrated dust jacket with slight chipping along the edges and 87 pages. 13 1/4 x 9 3/4. 
Illustrated with photographs and reproductions of 46 of Gorman's works, in full-color and most of them full-page. "R. C. Gorman, The Drawings is an intimate biography of Gorman drawn from converstaions with the artist's friends, models, fellow artists, collectors and business associates. It profiles one of the world's best-known and least-understood artists." 
Price: 75.00 USD
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