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Mexico y Sus Alrededores
Castro, C, J. Campillo, L. Auda
Mexico City: 1972. [vi], 37pp, plus 35 full page plates. 1 of 500. Facsimile edition, repaired tear to one page, else fine hardcover in original padded boards. Reproduction of one of the classics of Mexican printing. Text in Spanish with English description of the plates.

Price: $250.00
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Danzas de los Concheros en San Miguel de Allende
Fernandez, Justino, Vicente T. Mendoza & Antonio Rodriguez Luna
Mexico City: Colegio de Mexico, 1941. 1st ed. hardcover, oversize, some watermarks on bottom front board, no damage to plates, else vg.

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The Ruins of Mexico.
Rickards, Constantine George
London: H. E. Shrimpton, 1910. First (only) edition. Designated Volume I, although this is the only one issued. vii, 153pp, plus pages interleaved with photos tipped on. Shelfwear, one nick to rear board, else very good. A remarkable collection of images of pre-Columbian ruins.

Price: $300.00
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(1) The Mexican Calendar Stone. (2) Terra Cotta Figure From Isla Mujeres, Northeast Coast of Yucatan. (3) Archaeological Commun
Salisbury, Jr., Stephen, compiler
Worcester: Press of Charles Hamilton, 1879. 98pp, illus. Original cloth, recased with new endpapers and fragments of the spine laid down. Internally browned, else clean and very good. The articles in this privately printed volume include “The Mexican Calendar Stone” by Phillipp J. J. Valentini translated by Salisbury; “Terra Cotta Figure from Isla Mujeres” by Salisbury; Archeological Communication on Yucatan”, by Dr. Ausgustus Le Plongeon; and “Notes on Yucatan” by Alice D. Le Plongeon. The folding plates show the Mexican Calendar Stone and a color reproduction of a mural painting from Chichen-Itza.

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Rudo Ensayo, tentativa de una Prevencional Description Geographica de la Provincia de Sonora.
Smith, Buckingham ed.
San Augustin, FL: Munsell [printed in Albany], 1863. First printing. x, 208pp. Rebound in quarter leather and cloth, with a large fragment of the original front wrap bound in. Some browning to the edges of the pages, mostly unopened. This first printing, in Spanish of Smith's edition of this report, with the first English translation by Eusebio Guiteras. An important historical and geographical description of the province of Sonora done by a Jesuit who wrote in 1761-62. The authorship of the report was long in doubt and it was not until the middle of the twentieth century that Juan Nentvig was confirmed as its creator. Nentvig (1713-1768) spent twelve years of his career as a missionary in Sonora. Howes says it is valuable for the light it throws on the Apache and other tribes of Arizona and New Mexico. I also see chapters on natural history and mining. The Spanish issue is quite rare,, printed in an ediiton of only 160 copies. Howes S578.

Price: $1,500.00
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Colonial Printing in Mexico.
Smith, Robert C.
Washington: GPO, 1939. 60pp, illus. Printed wrappers. Wraps soiled, chipped and loose. Library bookplate inside front cover. Internally clean. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Library of Congress in 1939 commemorating the four hundredth anniversary of printing in the New World.

Price: $25.00
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Das Heutige Mexiko.
Urmin, Th.
Leipzig: Berlag von Otto Epamer, 1865. Hinge starting, prev. owner's nameplate, some cockling, boards worn, else good hardcover.

Price: $175.00
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