Katalog IV: Codex Salmasii Ms. Saec. XIV, Illuminierte und Illustrierte Druckwerke des 15. Jahrhunderts, Holzschnitt-und Kupferstichwerke des 16., 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts, Reformationsdrucke, Turcica, Americana, Geographica, Medicina, Varia.

WEISS & CO. ANTIQUARIAT.

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Place Published: Munich
Publisher: Weiss & Co.
Date Published: 1927

Description: 8 full page plates, 87 text illustrations. 205pp. of text. 4to, 1/2 leather, floral cloth, lacks portion of spine at head and tail; hinges reinforced. Munchen: Weiss & Co., 1927. Internally fine.

Comments: Includes all kinds of illustrated works of the 15th and 16th centuries, and over 100 medical books.

Binding: hardcover
Condition: very good
Language: German
Type: Books

Book ID: 35016


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