RAWLINS, I: [TECHNICAL REPORT ] From the National Gallery Laboratory

Rawlins, Ian; Bragg, William. From the National Gallery Laboratory. National Gallery Laboratory, 1940. Unmarked. Significant age tanning on ages and boards. Loose binding. Acceptable. Hardcover. (#30649) $18.00

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Preface by Sir William Bragg. Introduction and notes by Ian Rawlins.

Printed for the Trustees. Black and white plates showing the paintings and corresponding X-rays (macrophotographs) of works in the National Gallery London collection.

Artists include Raphael’s Madonna, Child and S. John; Gioanni Bellini’s (detail from) Doge Leonardo Loredano; Lucas van Leyden’s (detail from) Portrait of a Man, and more.

WOODWORTH, F: The Match! An Anarchist Journal (Issue 94, Summer 1999)

Woodworth, Fred (editor). The Match! An Anarchist Journal (Issue 94, Summer 1999). Unmarked. Spots on cover. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#30648) $20.00

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The Match! is an incisive and idiosyncratic journal of ethical anarchism that was published beginning in 1969 by Fred Woodworth using Varitypers, offset printing, and solar power.

Illustrated. 64p.

BERNAL, I: Tlalocan: A Journal of Source Materials on the Native Cultures of Mexico (Vol III, No 3, 1952)

Bernal, Ignacio (editor). Tlalocan: A Journal of Source Materials on the Native Cultures of Mexico (Vol III, No 3, 1952). La Casa de Tlaloc, 1952. Unmarked. Black marker line on cover. Good. Paperback. (#30647) $20.00

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Text in English and Spanish. Volume III, Number 3, 1952.

Articles on The Mason: A Zoque text, Serpent Numbers, Hieroglyphics of the Lunar Table, and more. Contributors include W. Ray Harrison, Ignacio Bernal, Byron McAfee, and others.

Tlalocan is described in several Aztec codices as a paradise, ruled over by the rain deity Tlaloc and his consort Chalchiuhtlicue.