Will Ship For This Auction
|Lot #||Photo (Off)||Title||Current Bid||High Bidder||Time Remaining|
|0001||Book Title: "Alphabets and Ornaments", authored by Ernst Lehner; published by The World Publishing Company; First Edition; 1952 WILL SHIP||$5.00||616||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0002||Book Title: "An Alphabet Source Book"; authored by Oscar Ogg; published by Dover; 1947 WILL SHIP||$1.00||616||closed|
|0003||Book Title: "Graphic Design USA: 10; The Annual of the American Institute of Graphic Arts; published by Watson-Guptill; 1989 WILL SHIP||$5.00||98||closed|
|0004||Book Title: "Designers in Britain; Vol. II; A Biennial Review of Graphic and Industrial Design"; compiled by The Society of Industrial Artists; Allan Wingate; London; 1949 WILL SHIP||$25.00||616||closed|
|0005||Book Title: "The Technique of Film Animation" by John Halas & Roger Manvell; 1959; Focal Press Limited WILL SHIP||$6.00||NA||closed|
|0006||Book Title: "100 Years of World Trademarks: Symbol and Logotype Designs; Vol. I and II; Edited by Rick Eiber; Creative Director B. Martin Pedersen; published by The Graphics Press Corp.; 1996 WILL SHIP||$100.00||616||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0007||Book Title: "Great Prints and Printmakers"; authored by Herman J. Wechsler; published by Harry N. Abrams, New York; 1967 WILL SHIP||$15.00||27||closed|
|0008||Book Title: "Nudes"; Creative Director E. Martin Pedersen; published by Graphics Press Corp; 1992 WILL SHIP||$13.00||616||closed|
|0009||Book Title: "AIGA Graphic Design USA: 15 -The Annual of the American Institute of Graphic Arts"; published by Watson-Guptill, New York; 1994 WILL SHIP||$6.00||NA||closed|
|0011||Book Title: "Figure Drawing: For All Its Worth"; authored by Andrew Loomis; 1946; The Viking Press; New York WILL SHIP||$8.00||616||closed|
|0012||Book Title: "Handbook of Early Advertising Art"; authored by Clarence P. Hornung; 3rd Edition; 1956; published by Dover WILL SHIP||$3.00||88||closed|
|0013||Book Title: "1956 International Poster Annual"; published by Arthur Niggli; distributed by Hastings House; New York WILL SHIP||$23.00||616||closed|
|0014||Trade Catalog: "Handbook of Printing Types: Specimens For Printers"; Bruce's New York Type Foundry; offered by V. B. Munson, successors to Geo. Bruce's and Sons; New York; WILL SHIP||$6.00||616||closed|
|0015||Book Title: "Handbook of Early Advertising Art"; authored by Clarence P. Hornung; 3rd Edition; 1956; published by Dover WILL SHIP||$1.00||NA||closed|
|0016||Book Title: "Seals and Other Devices in Use in the Government Printing Office"; June 1950 WILL SHIP||$3.00||616||closed|
|0017||Book Title: "The Index of American Design"; authored by Erwin O. Christensen; 1950; published by MacMillan Co. for The National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution WILL SHIP||$1.00||NA||closed|
|0018||Book Title: "The Script Letter: Its Form, Construction and Application"; author Tommy Thompson; 1947; published by The Studio Ltd., London WILL SHIP||$11.00||88||closed (bidding was extended)|
|0018A||Book Title: "Typography10: The Annual of The Type Directors Club"; published by Watson-Guptill; 1989||$1.00||NA||closed|
|0019||Book Title: "Graphic Design: Los Angeles"; authored by Julie Prendiville; designed by Gerry Rosentswieg; published by Madison Square Press; 1988||$6.00||NA||closed|
|0020||Book Title: "How To Draw Hands" by Oliver Senior; 2nd Impression, April 1945||$1.00||616||closed|
|0021||Book Title: "A Complete Guide to Professional Cartooning"; authored by Gene Byrnes; 1950; printed by the Polygraphic Company of America; published by Bell; PA||$1.00||NA||closed|
|0022||Book Title: "Modern Publicity: 1953-54, 23rd Issue of Art and Industry's International Annual of Advertising Art"; edited by Frank A. Mercer; published by The Studio, London and New York;||$65.00||616||closed|
|0023||Book Title: "How to Design Trademarks and Logos"; authored by John Murphy and Michael Rowe; 1988; published by Quarto||$1.00||98||closed|
|0024||Book Title: "Encyclopedia of Typefaces"; authored by W. Turner Berry and A.F. Johnson; 1953; Blandford Press Ltd; London||$3.00||616||closed (bidding was extended)|
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