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London: Manresa Press, 1905. Photo Illus., folding street map of Rome. xvi, 464pp. 12mo, green cloth, front cover very lightly soiled, lacks front flyleaf, half-title page browned, a few pages lightly foxed in margins. London: Manresa Press, 1905. Author was a member of the Jesuit Order. Internally, a tight bright copy.
Philadelphia: Ameican Philosophical Society, 1954. Illustrated with photos, charts and diagrams. 291pp., tiny marginal dampstain on margin of first few pages. 4to, blue cloth lettered in gilt, d.w. (shabby). Philadelphia: American philosophical Society, 1954. First edition. A near fine copy in a poor dust wrapper.
New York: Dutton, 1969. Illustrated with 44 halftones, 5 line drawings, and 2 maps. 332 pages (foxing to the top and fore edges) , 8vo, teal cloth with green and gilt stamping and text, attractively designed but torn and chipped dust wrapper. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., (1969). A very good copy in a poor dust wrapper.
64pp of text in German, followed by 54 single-sided plates. 4to, original leather-backed marbled boards with black spine label (leather is dry and begining to crack at front joint but still solid and attractive; bottom gutter is bumped, slightly affecting the pages which are otherwise clean). Berlin: Verlag fur Kunstwissenschaft, 1938. A very good copy of this uncommom book. Small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Lyon: Jean Frellon, 1561. Printer's device of crab and butterfly, with word "Matura" beneath, on title; some woodcut headpieces and initials. 854, [66 index] pages with text in Latin, in very small font. Thick 12mo, old pink mottled boards (well worn at fore-edge; internally clean but for contemporary inked names on title). Lugduni: Apud Ioannem Frellonium/Symphorianus Barbierus, 1561. A very good copy of an uncommon edition; OCLC lists 12 copies, including those at Columbia, Yale, Oxford & The British Library.....
Boston: Dana Estes, 1884. Edited by Rev. J.P. Mahaffy. Translated by W.J. Clarke. 16 volumes. Color frontispiece, numerous chromolithographs, and over 3000 engravings, 100 maps and plans, and text illustrations throughout. 4to, 3/4 blue morocco, gilt-stamped spines with raised bands, t.e.g. Boston: Dana Estes and Charles Lauriat, 1884-1887. Some light shelfwear and scuffing, still a near fine set. Limited Edition De Lux on linen vellum paper. Number 947 of 1000 copies.