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Paris: F. Gay, 1806. 4 volumes. Translated with the original Latin text by M.G.T. Villenave. Illustrated with numerous copper engravings after designs by MM. Lebarbier. Monsiau, et Moreau, all with tissue guards. Thick 8vo, 3/4 burgundy morocco, ornately gilt spines, marbled boards. Paris: Chez les Editeurs, F. Fay, 1806. Scarce. Very good (+).
Amsterdam: Wetsteins and Smith, 1732. Translated by the Most Eminent Hands [Dryden, Addison, Pope, et al]. With Historical Explications of the Fables, written in French by the Abbot Banier... Adorned with sculptures by B. Picart, and other able Masters. 2 volumes with continuous pagination. Title pages printed in red & black with engraved vignettes. Superb allegorical frontispiece and 103 stunning half-page copper engraved plates. Decorative woodcut initials and devices throughout. , 247, , 249-524, pp. Latin and English in facing.....
London: Macmillan, 1929. Illustrated with 16 plates in dry-point by Thomas Mackenzie, the first one signed in pencil. 2 volumes. 4to, 1/2 vellum with decorative batik boards, deckle edge, top edges gilt. London: Macmillan, 1929. Limited edition -- one of 325 copies. Near fine with slight sunning and one small spot on spine of first volume; armorial bookplates.
Munich: Muller, 1920. 12 tipped in lithographs by Adolf Schinnerer. Translations selected by Franz Spunda, by many translators, including Rainer Maria Rilke. 4to, vellum spine and corners over patterned boards (spine darkened and with minor edgewear, faint dampstain on upper, inner margin, still a very good copy). Munchen: George Muller, 1920. Number 181 of 330 numbered copies.
Vinegia: Giovan. Griffio, 1554. Griffin and putti woodcut device on title page, griffin passant device at end, 5 large woodcut illustrations and historiated letters. Italic and roman letter. 218 pages, small 4to, full vellum (lacks title label on spine). Vinegia: Giovan. Griffio, 1554. A beautiful copy of a scarce book. Not in Brunet; Cornell 104; not in Graesse; Haym 73, 9; Hortis 55, 99; Marsand 68.
Amsterdam: Joannes Wolters, 1700. Text in Latin. Beautiful engraved frontispiece of a statue of Petronius overlooking a Roman street scene. 396 pages, narrow 24mo, cont. calf, red leather spine label and raised bands; (hinges repaired, 6 pages missing, previous owner's bookplate). Amsterdam: Joannes Wolters, 1700.
Stratford-Upon-Avon: Shakespeare Head, 1928. 2 volumes. The Olympian and Pythian Odes and the Nemean and Isthmian Odes. with introductions and translation into English verse by C.J. Billson. Wood engravings throughout by John Farleigh. 297 + 193 pages with untrimmed edges. Tall thick 4to, original orange printed boards with black cloth spine (slightly rubbed at extremities) and paper laberls (chipped); bookplate and small previous owner's name on fly-leaves, internally fine. Stratford-Upon-Avon: Shakespeare Head Press/Blackwell, 1928-1930. Near fine. Limited Edition, number 169.....
Utrecht: Privately Printed, 1784. Seven philosophical dialogues. Two volumes in one. , 6, , 97, ; , 10, , 11-48 pages. No main title page, but appears to have been printed without. 4to, bound in full contemporary polished calf; ornate gilt-stamped spine (edgeworn; joints starting). [Utrecht: Privately Printed, 1784]. Overall a very good copy of this scarce book. Title is the half-title, as per copy in the Bibliotheque Nationale de France. Imprint supplied from Hoefer, Nouv. biog. gen. 43:116 and.....