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Paris: Chez Augustin Courbe, 1656. Extra engraved title page, and illustrated with a portrait, "Dedie a la Serenissime Reyne de Suede", and 10 finely engraved plates. , 380,  pages with red edges. 12mo, plain contemporary vellum with envelope edges. Paris : Chez Augustin Courbe, 1656. A near fine very clean copy of this early printing. OCLC lists 11 copies of the Paris edition. According to Brunet, some copies have imprint: Impr. a Bruxelles. F. Foppens M.DC.LVI -- Willems, Les.....
New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1910. Illustrated by Hugh Thomson with 40 delightful color plates, mounted on heavy brown paper and protected by lettered tissue guards. Other in-text drawings throughout. 170pp of text. 4to, original gilt-stamped pictorial vellum (lightly soiled, lacking the silk ties and warped); uncut edges, t.e.g. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1910. Very good. Limited edition. Number 288 of 350 copies. Signed by Thomson on the limitation page.
Frankfurt: Zunner, 1690. 2 volumes (Pars Generalis & pars Specialis) bound together in 1. Illustrated with 2 copper-engraved allegorical frontispieces, rubricated title pages with engraved vignettes. [xii], 23 engraved sheets with 1780 figures of of heraldic shields, 368,  page index; 2 index sheets torn with significant loss); [viii], 778, 35 engraved sheets with 397 larger heraldic shields,  page index. A few pages have minor soiling, including the first frontispiece. Thick tall folio, full velum, somewhat stained but very.....
Munich: Beck, 1923. 3 volumes. xvi, 557; viii, 635; 34 pages. Thick 8vo, bound in 1/2 vellum over marbled boards; board slipcase. Munchen, C.H. Beck'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1923, 1922. A mixed edition in handsome uniform binding. Near fine The first volume (originally published by Braunmuller in 1918) is dated 1923 and denoted as "dreiunddreissigste bis siebenundvierzigste vollig umgestaltete auflage," and the second volume, dated 1922, is the first Beck edition.
Venice: Balleoniana, 1735. Rubricated title. Numerous woodcut head and tail pieces, but lacking the engraved folding plate. , 536, 75pp (pages 525-536 misbound after page 512). Folio, contemporary vellum (quite worn but still firmly sewn; scattered foxing and light dampstains in margins on some pages). Venetiis: Ex typographia Balleoniana, 1735. The great English physician's Observationes medicae circa morborum acutorum historiam et curationem, the classic work on clinical medicine (GM 2198), followed by 69 treatises, many on epidemics, nine by "the.....
New York: Boni, 1928. Profusely illustrated, including several color plates, facsimiles, paper specimens, etc. 186pp. 4to, vellum-backed patterned boards, rubbed, (darkened spine with library marking), d.w. New York & London, 1928. With studies of book production by country, including Europe, Russia and U.S., with indices of publishers, illustrators, and presses. Ex-libris on the inside front cover.
Padua: Josephus Cominus, 1749. Engraved title page in red & black (foxed), rubricated edges, uncut pages. 4to, vellum (darkened), leather labels. Padua: Josephus Cominus, 1749. Very good (+). "Dr. Harwood says, that this edition surpasses all the preceding ones. It is...illustrated with the copious and learned Commentary of Vossius." Moss 271. An important edition of the love poems of Albius Tibullus, a first century BC contemporary of Horace and Virgil.
Paris: Typographia Regia, 1719. Three volumes (1 text and 2 plate volumes.). Short thick 4tos. , xxxii, [xvi], 695, , 58 pages; , 250 leaves; , 253-489 leaves. Engraved title page vignette and chapter heading in text volume, and two engraved titles in plate volumes. Contains 489 handsomely engraved single-sided plates by Claude Aubriet. With an appendix by the French naturalist and physician Antoine de Jussieu and "Corollarium Institutionum Rei Herbariae in quo plantae 1356." Bound in contemporary vellum (spines.....
Lyon: IAC, 1945. Texte by Longnon-Foulet and 48 illustrations in color and in black & white by Samivel. Small 4to, bound in full vellum with a colored illustration on the front and back covers, slipcase, original stiff wrappers bound in. Lyons: IAC, 1945. Very good(+). One of 100 copies on Lafuma, signed by the artist Samivel, with an additional suite of the illustrations in black & white.
Paris: Club Bubliophile de France, 1942. WITH: Facsimile of the Paris 1533 edition in the Montpellier Bibliotheque. Together, 2 vols. 24 color reproductions from original watercolors by Yves Brayer, tissue guards. Small 4to and 32mo, 3/4 vellum & full vellum, in broken box. Paris: Club Bibliophile de France, 1942. (Colophon 1944). Very good (+). Limited numbered edition handsomely printed on Velin de Chiffon with decorative initials and rules. A marvelous wartime production, adapted into modern French by Andre Ferran and.....
Portland: Mosher, 1916. Now first done into English Verse, in the Original Forms, with a Biographical and Critical Introduction by John Payne. cvi, 158 pages. Short 8vo, blue boards with paper spine label, chipped d.w, uncut, edges. Portland: Thomas Bird Mosher, 1916. Limited Edition. A fine copy in very good dust wrapper. Fourth edition, limited to 725 copies on Van Gelder pape.
Roterdam: Arnoldi Leers, 1672. 1 volume, 12mo, 5 1/4 x 3 inches (1) , (16) pp., (Title, epistola, syllabus capitum), 556 pages, rubricated title. Full vellum, enveloped fore edges.Text in Latin. Roterdam: ex officina Arnoldi Leers, 1672. A lovely clean copy. Arnold Vinnius was one of the principal advocates of the seventeenth century in the Pays-Bas.
Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1963. 106 facsimile plates, and 8 in-text illustrations, including 7 mounted. 48 pages of text in German. 2 volumes. Thin oblong 4to, vellum-backed boards (spines a bit spotty and slight water-damage to text volume). Leipzig: Insel-Verlag, 1963. A facsimile of Wagner's pattern book for 100 different scripts.
London: Heinemann, 1911. Translated by Margaret Armour. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 30 mounted color plates protected with lettered tissue, and numerous b/w drawings in the text. 181pp of text. Thick 4to, original gilt-stamped pictorial vellum (slightly discolored & lacking cloth ties); uncut edges, t.e.g. London and New York: Heinemann and Doubleday, 1911. A very good(+) copy. Edition de Luxe. Number 102 of 1150 copies, signed by the artist on the limitation page.
London: George Harrap, 1931. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham with 12 full-page color plates, and 25 b/w drawings in the text; pictorial endpapers and illus. title page. 224pp. 4to, original gilt-lettered vellum; uncut edges, t.e.g. London: George Harrap, (1931). A fine copy. Limited edition. Number 335 of 775 copies signed by Rackham on the limitation page. Latimore & Haskell, p. 66.