1907. Plauen i. V.: for Christian Stoll, [1907-1909].
Folio (12.5 x 18.75 ins.),  title page printed in red, 48 leaves of color lithographs printed to recto only. Quarter brown cloth portfolio, brown paper boards with title printed in black with some chips and rubbing to the edges, backstrip somewhat faded, title page is foxed and badly chipped along fore-edge and top-edge; the plates are bright and beautifully preserved; very good. Ink inscription inside upper board is covered with a bookplate from the library of A. B. Heinsbergen.
§ Plates in Series 1 are from designs made in the Atelier Haebler or by Fritz Herz; those in Series 2 are lithographed by C. G. Röder [Ltd.]. A remarkable set of lithographed plates exemplifying German Art Nouveau for textile design. Each plate has between one and eight brightly colored panels inspired by natural forms such as the curved lines of plants and flowers, many even hint at the later art deco style with bold and luxurious geometric designs. OCLC: 11188090. Item #108260