Istanbul: International Congress on Turkish and Central Asian Carpets, 1994. No illustrations. Brief abstracts of 91 lectures—some in English, some in Turkish—from the 1994 congress in Istanbul by leading authorities on all areas of the subject from design motif and dyes to collections and influence . Unillustrated.
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Istanbul: Istanbul Carpet Exporters' Association [IHIB], 2017. A colorful magazine devoted to contemporary and antique Turkish carpets. Articles on Anatolian kilim motifs, Anatolian rugs in Transylvanian churches, the Afghan Turkmen connection, the revival of Seljuk and Ottoman rugs in Anatolia, the evolution of rug retailing in America, the mihrab.
Istanbul: Istanbul Carpet Exporters' Association [IHIB], 2018. A colorful annually published magazine devoted to contemporary and antique Turkish carpets. Articles on Tokat, Kumkapi rugs, cult kilims, and Ushak designs from the 19th to mid-20th century.
(New York): Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1928. 6 color collotypes made by Max Jaffé (Vienna, Austria), tipped on cardstock, each with printed guard tissue. Scarce.
Istanbul: 1979. Full color illustrations. Includes an 8 page article "Embroidered Portraits of the Sultans" by Gunsel Renda with 12 color plates and an 8 page article, "Palace Prayer Rugs of the 19th Century" by Ulku Bilgin with 8 color plates. Turkish/English text.
Istanbul: 1980. Full color illustrations. Includes a 6 page article "Kandilli Yazmas" by Reyhan Kaya with 7 color plates and an 8 page article "The Yuncu Yoruks of Balikesir" by Belkis Acar with 8 color plates of rugs. Turkish/English text.
Istanbul: Turk ve Islam Eserleri Muzesi, 2000. 31 color plates. Catalog of modern Turkish rugs designed by Mr. Tollu. Minimal Turkish/German text.
San Francisco: 1998. 106 color plates 108 drawings. Story of the contemporary natural dyed Anatolian carpets - Dobag.
Istanbul: Milli Egitim Basimevi, 1952. 35 color plates 717 black and white. GWO 2177-2178. General survey of Turkish art including rugs and textiles. 14 color and 93 black and white illustrations are of rugs and textiles.
Istanbul: Eren Yayincilik Ve Kitapcilik, 1988. 162 color plates 86 black and white. GWO 1155. Major work on the development of the rugs from Turkish museum collections. Illustrations in this first edition are sharper than the revised second edition.
Istanbul: Yapi ve Kredi Bankasi, 1972. 1 color plate 20 black and white. Turkish language introduction to old Anatolian carpets by noted authority.
(Turkey): Ak Yayinlari, (1974). 47 color plates 9 black and white. GWO 1159. Turkish text.
Ankara: Turkiye Is Bankasi Kultur, 1967. 32 color plates 6 black and white. GWO 1160. Uncommon made more so due to the presence of jacket and slipcase. Turkish text.
Istanbul: Aygaz, 2000. 211 color plates. Massive and important title on Ottoman tents. Inaugural winner of the R.L. Shep Ethnic Textiles Book Award in 2000. 81 color illustrations are taken from Turkish miniatures. 99 are from Turkish museums and 51 are from European museum collections.
San Francisco: Baktiari, 1982. 12 color plates. GWO 1165. Yoruk rugs from various collections made into a 1982 calendar which can be used again in 2021.
Wesel: Uta Hulsey, 1988. 83 color plates. Old and beautiful rugs collected throughout Turkey from mosques. Important. English/German text. [GWO 1167, CSROT 6982, SORB A-52].
Wesel: Uta Hulsey, 1988. 83 color plates. GWO 1167. Old and beautiful rugs collected throughout Turkey from mosques. English/German text.
Budapest: Museum of Applied Art Budapest, 1986. 2 color plates 104 black and white. GWO 1172. Museum exhibition catalog from ICOC show in Hungary. English/Hungarian text.
Budapest: Iparmuveszeti Muzeum Budapest, 1980. 4 black and white. Exhibition catalog of the Museum of Applied Arts, Budapest. Hungarian text.
Kecskemét: Budapest Museum of Applied Arts, 1981. 4 rugs illustrated in black and white. Uncommon museum exhibition pamphlet of Anatolian carpets. Not in O'Bannon's bibliography. Hungarian/English text.
Budapest: Steiermarkischen Landesmuseum Joanneum, 1974. 1 color plates, 28 black and white. GWO 1170. German text. Exhibition catalog of very old Anatolian rugs in Budapest's Museum fur Kunstgewerbe.
Mannheim: Bausback, 1982. 36 color plates. GWO 1177. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog of contemporary Dobag Project rugs in traditional designs. German text.
Mannheim: Franz Bausback, 1978. 49 color plates. GWO 1176. Minimal German text. Good Turkish rugs.
Mannheim: Bausback, 1978. 48 color plates. Hardcover edition of this dealer exhibition catalog of antique Turkish rugs from this famed German house.
Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, 1919. 27 black and white. Early museum exhibition catalog of mostly classical carpets loaned by famed American collectors and dealers. [GWO 1180, SORB A-87].