SIGNED 1st EDITION! Inventaire Commenté des ivoires Phéniciens PRICELESS 1984 G+

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Seller: bikerparking (131) 100%, Location: Denver, Colorado, Ships to: US, Item: 113890949795 NO MINIMUM BID SET; ALL OFFERS CONSIDERED!Inventaire commenté des ivoires Phéniciens et apparentés découverts dans le Proche-Orient. Text volume. (Inventory commented on Phoenician and related ivories found in the Near East. Text volume.)DECAMPS de MERTZENFELD ChristianePublished by E. de Boccard, Paris (1954)FIRST EDITION SIGNED! Rarest copy of this volume available, this is the only one signed and dedicated by author that I can find at any rare book sites. PRICELESS!Because of the book's fragile condition and rarity, I can't accept returns. Please ask all questions and request more information prior to bidding. Dedication was to Monsieur Henri Seyrig famed archaeologist and colleague/mentor of Christiane DeCamps de Mertzenfeld in France Henri Arnold Seyrig 10 November 1895 – 21 January 1973) was a French archaeologist, numismatist, and historian of antiquities. He was general director of antiquities of Syria and Lebanon since 1929 and director during more than twenty years of the Institute of archaeology of Beirut. In 1929, Seyrig was called recommended by the master of Levantine archaeology René Dussaud and was appointed General director of antiquities of Syria and Lebanon which were under French mandate. Seyrig created the French institute of archaeology in Beirut which he headed for 20 years. He moved to New York City in 1942 where he worked as a special envoy of The Free French Government until the end of the war then he returned to Beirut.Throughout the 1950s/60s he was a visiting scholar invited by the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, living part of the year in the United States. In 1967 he left Beirut and retired in Switzerland and continued with his wife, Hermine de Saussure, to spend part of the year in Princeton, New Jersey. Their children were actress Delphine Seyrig and composer Francis Seyrig.He was awarded the medal of the Royal Numismatic Society in 1961 Condition: Softcover book in G+ condition with loose binding, chips missing from spine but front and back cover wraps are intact without tears or missing pieces except where front bottom edge has separate from spine. Tanning to covers with small brown stains on front cover. No loose or missing pages, but binding has separated from text block in several places. Please see all pictures, Year Printed: 1954, Topic: Antiquities - Phoenician Ivories, Binding: Softcover, Wraps, Author: Christiane DECAMPS de MERTZENFELD, Subject: Antiquities, Special Attributes: Signed

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