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Thornbury: Artline, 1990. Translated by Jennifer Barnes. 85 illustrations, including 30 full-page color plates, some double page. 114pp., folio, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper rubbed, minor wear at corners and spine ends. Thornbury: Artline Editions, (1990). Internally fine, a very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Cambridge: University Press, 1967. VOLUME I ONLY. Planned by J.B. Bury. 14 Maps. 754pp. Thick 8vo, green cloth; ex-library copy, with quite a few library stamps. Cambridge: University Press, 1967. Internally clean and unmarked, a very good copy with evenly sunned spine. The Christian Roman Empire and the Foundation of the Teutonic Kingdoms.
Boston: Little Brown, 1962. End-paper maps, frontispiece, and some black-and-white illustrations, 458 pages, top edge pink, thick 8vo, black blind-stamped cloth, dust wrapper (price clipped and some light edge-wear and sunned spine). Boston: Little Brown and Co., (1962). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Published simultaneously in Canada.
Illustrated with 88 finely printed sepia photographs and other figures. 118pp of text in German. 4to, black-stamped natural cloth (bottom corners slightly bumped; light foxing on preliminary pages, otherwise a very good copy). Berlin: Deutscher Kunstverlag, 1928. Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Hamburg: Hans Christians, 1960. Foreword by Rudolf Grossman. 67 woodcuts, some full page, 6 in color, printed on hand made paper, slim folio, rough decorative cloth. Hamburg: Hans Christians, (1960). One of only 200 signed and numbered copies. Boldly signed and inscribed on the half-title by the artist.