Originally published: New York : Hawthorn Books, 1965.
|Statement||J. Paul Getty|
|LC Classifications||N5201 .G48 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011016543|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Getty, J. Paul (Jean Paul), Joys of collecting. New York, Hawthorn Books  (OCoLC) Book collecting, however, is another beast. You can go beyond the formation of a general library to assemble a purposeful, carefully built book collection united around a central theme. And here is where we separate the book collectors from the rest of the pack. Description J. Paul Getty In , shortly after founding his namesake museum in Malibu, California, J. Paul Getty (–) penned a reminiscence about "the romance and zest―the excitement, suspense, thrills, and triumphs―that make art collecting one of the most exhilarating and satisfying of all human endeavors." N. Newly republished, this book offers a fascinating portrait of an idiosyncratic and highly personal passion for art. In the late s, Getty writes, “It appeared to me that the days of collecting were just about over. The men who had made their millions before I’d started in business had swept up just about everything worthwhile.”.
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Getty, J. Paul (Jean Paul), Joys of collecting. New York, Hawthorn Books  (DLC) The Joys of Collecting: New book follows research. By Q. David Bowers; The Moulton book is more than pages in length, color illustrated, hardcover and on fine paper. It is available if you. Our guide to book collecting covers many of the basic elements of book collecting, from what to collect to caring for your book collection. What Books to Collect You can collect any kind of books but make sure that you collect books that you love. The Joy of Collecting manifestation is our way to bring collectors, artists, designers from various backgrounds together to talk about collecting and the future of private collections. By presenting jewellery collections within the context of artists’ collections, fine art, fashion and design, we hope to learn from each other and breach.
The Joys of Collecting Kids' Pictures Books (Most kids’ illustrated books cost more than an e-book, but they’re worth the price, IMO, because they are works of art). In , for the first time in decades, I didn’t request a kids’ illustrated book for Christmas. No real reason, except I bought two amazing books earlier in the year. : Funk and Wagnalls Guide to the World of Stamp Collecting: The Joys of Stamp Collecting for the Beginning and Advanced Philatelist () by Ilma, Viola and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. First Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Near Fine in a Very Good+ dust jacket. Dust jacket shows soiling and edge wear. THE JOYS OF YIDDISH Author Leo Rosten Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used Edition In book collecting, the first edition is the earliest published form of a book. A book may have more than one first edition in. LIMITED EDITION of copies, this is number The FIRST EDITION in book form of an essay that first appeared in The Book Lover's Answer, July, Miniature Book. 2/38 x 1 15/16 inches. [vi], ,  pp. Black-and-white frontispiece of the title page for an American edition of Janeway's A Token for Children, and 15 other black-and-white illustrations from vintage children's books.