HNW - But _can_ we get a reprint? was Re: Can we get a reprint?
Lwenger at WAUKESHA.TEC.WI.US
Fri Jul 30 06:00:59 PDT 1999
I too am very interested in receiving a copy of this book. Please, please, please let me know how this can be accomplished.
lwenger at waukesha.tec.wi.us
>>> Barbara Maren Winkler <barbara at math.tu-berlin.de> 07/30 4:10 AM >>>
>The English version of the book is The Art of Embroidery (also titled A
>Pictorial History of Embroidery) by Schuette and Muller-Christensen;
>London: Thames & Hudson, 1964.
>It's rarely for sale for under US$350 and I've seen it as high as
>Kinko's ... will not copy anything that is copyrighted
>without written permission to do so. Hence, he checked the copyright
>status for me. According to him this book is out of copyright unless
>it's been renewed. To find out if it's been renewed requires a form and
>takes 8-10 weeks.
So yes! I am absolutely interested. If it should turn out that this book is
really out of copyright, Please, please, please, have a copy for me made,
and I'll reimburse you any way I can -- since international checks don't
work (unless Kinko's can charge my VISA card for copying and shipping) --
maybe I could find some book, tools, or material for you here which you
would like to exchange it for.
Thanks very much for the suggestion!
Barbara Maren from Berlin, Germany
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