1934. Berlin [and] Munich: 1934, 1940, [and] 1935.
Oblong 8vo, unpaginated, screen-printed wallpaper samples with numbers stamped to verso. Half red cloth and printed paper boards with title printed in red. Some foxing to paper boards; very good.
Square 8vo., unpaginated, mixed media wallpaper samples inlaid with title information and stand-alone. Tan cloth three-ring binder, slight fraying to joints; very good.
4to., unpaginated, screen-printed wallpaper samples with numbers stamped to verso. Quarter red cloth and paper boards with title stamped in red, edges slightly foxed; very good.
§ Three books all first edition thus, all products of the Bauhaus movement or student of the Bauhaus movement, and form a representative sample of modern German wallpaper design from the period. Slipped in to Architekt is a letter from Reichsverband des Deutschen Tapetenhandels e. B. to customers, redacting past discounts to abolish unfair competition. Item #108246