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Berlin: Erich Reiss, 1917. Limited edition, #186 of 435. Leather over Marbled Boards. Octavo, pp. 99, illustrated with colored drawings, illustrated with 18 color lithos by Ernst Stern. ex-library Lotte Jacobi, wife of publisher Erich Reiss; uncommon title, here in nice shape with lovely color illustrations.
Berlin: Auriga-Verlag, 1924. First edition. Original Boards. Octavo, pp. 56, illustrated with b/w photos of plants. Ex-library Lotte Jacobi, who was a close, life-long associate of Fuhrmann's. Fuhrmann was a fascinating figure in the art, photography and cultural history of Germany of the Weimar era. He is an important figure.....
Berlin: Erich Reiss, 1918. Limited edition, #91 of 110. Original gray Cloth, professionally re-backed. Quarto, pp. 49, illustrated with original lithographs by Hermann Gehri, all signed by the artist. laid in: series of original interesting drawings for the post war owner (consulate General in Bremen).
Leipzig: Insel Verlag, 1919. First limited edition (80/150). Beautiful marbled boards over linen backstrip. Large octavo (8" x 10"), pp. ca 30 nn., with three lithographs (Steinzeichnungen) by Corinth. Marbled boards, layout by E.R. Weiss. Text in German. A spectacular example of German letter press work, beautifully illustrated with original.....
San Francisco: Chronicle, 1998. First printing. Cardboard Covers. Oblong octavo, pp 132, Color reproductions on each page. A sweeping survey of the innovative style of German Modern, presenting a remarkable collection of primary source illustrations from posters, advertising stamps, signage, package design, book jackets, and more.