When ordering, please note the reference number in parenthesises.
Díaz, Bernal: THE CONQUEST OF NEW SPAIN.
Translated and introduced by J. M. Cohen. London: The Folio Society, 1974. 351, (1) pp + plates. 25x16,5 cm. Publisher's pictorial cloth in slipcase. Both endpapers printed with maps. Illustrated with one colour frontispiece, fifteen black-and-white plates, and one map in text.
MÉXICO. Through Foreign Eyes / Visto por ojos extranjeros 1850-1990.
Edited by Carole Naggar and Fred Ritchin. New York: W.W. Norton, 1993. First edition. 320 pp. 31x23,5 cm. Publisher's cloth in dust jacket with minor traces of use.Photoillustrated mainly in black-and-white. Text in English and Spanish. Photographs by Abbas, François Aubert, Ellen Auerbach, Gertrude Blom, Edouard Boubat, Hugo Brehme, Marilyn Bridges, Anton Bruel, Harry Callahan, Cornell Capa, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Désiré Charnay, Mark Cohen, Linda Connor, Laura Gilpin, John Gutmann, Charles Harbutt, Fritz Henle, Walter Horne, William Henry Jackson, Jeff Jacobson, Kent Klich, Max Kozloff, Helen Levitt, Ken Light, Carl Lumholtz, Teobert Maler, Sumner Matteson Jr., Richard Misrach, Tina Modotti, Eadweard Muybridge, Paul Outerbridge, Peter Pfersick, Sylvia Plachy, Eliot Porter, Laurence Salzmann, Aaron Siskind, Wilfred Dudley Smithers, Rosalind Solomon, Frederich Starr (and Charles B. Lang), Edward Steichen, Paul Strand, Arthur Tress, Edward van der Elsken, Alex Webb, Edward Weston, Joel-Peter Witkin and Via Wynroth.
Steinbeck, John: THE FORGOTTEN VILLAGE.
With 136 photographs from the film of the same name by Rosa Harvan Kline and Alexander Hackensmid. New York: The Viking Press, 1941. First edition, first printing May 1941. 143 pp. 26x18,5 cm. Publisher's pictorial cloth. Without dust jacket. Photoillustrated in black-and-white.
Toneyama, Kojin: THE POPULAR ARTS OF MEXICO.
With a foreword and notes on modern Mexican folk crafts by Carlos Espejel. New York: Weatherhill, 1974. First English edition. 225, (1) pp. 37x26,5 cm. Publisher's pictorial cloth in dust jacket. With 306 illustrations in full color and 27 in black-and-white.
Traven, B.: LAND DES FRÜHLINGS.
Zürich: Büchergilde Gutenberg, 1950. New edition. 344 pp + plates. Publisher's title decorated cloth with minor traces of use. Photoillustrated with plates in black-and-white. German text. B. Traven probably a pen name for Ret Marut, but the question is if Ret Marut also is a pen name...