General Oriental Rugs
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Meredith, NH: Oriental Rug Review, 1984. Black and white illustrations. The fourth volume bound in red hardcover, this publication was essential in the formation of American rug collectors. The focus was on the U.S. auction market, original publications of rug scholarship and the reprintings and translations of earlier scarce literature.
Stockholm: J.P. Willborg, 1992. 112 color plates. Noted dealer's exhibition and sales catalog of antique flatweaves from all major weaving areas, mainly Anatolian, Caucasian and Persian and with Northern European examples as well. The selection reflects the author's good taste. English-Swedish text. [GWO 1126, SORB G-1541].
Plauen: Christian Stoll, (1907-1909). GWO 9. Three of four series in this set bound in a single portfolio. This copy comprises: series I.  p., hand-colored collotypes 1-20; series II. Hand-colored collotypes 21-35; series III.  p., tipped-on chromolithographs 41-66. Wanting are 1 text p. in Series I, 2 text...
New York: American Art Association, 1902. 53 photogravure plates, 5 tipped-in chromolithographs of Oriental rugs. GWO 21. This catalog is of an important auction held in January, 1903 from the estate of financier Henry Marquand (no relation -ed.) The rugs are described by John K. Mumford. Copy 89 from an edition of 250.