New York: Abrams, 1989. Introduction by Everett Fahy. Fables Translated from the Greek by Bernard McTigue. Illustrated throughout with 151 color facsimiles. 175pp. Slim square 4to, gilt- stamped navy blue cloth, d.w. New York: Abrams, (1989). One corner very slightly bumped, still a near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Inscribed by Fahy on the title page, to Shirley Hazzard & Francis Steegmuller. Reproductions of the elegantly-illuminated 15th century Florentine manuscript, traced to the library of Lorenzo de.....
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New York: Abrams, 1989. Introduction by Everett Fahy. Fables Translated from the Greek by Bernard McTigue. Illustrated throughout with 151 color facsimiles. 175pp. Slim square 4to, gilt- stamped navy blue cloth, d.w. New York: Abrams, (1989). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper, inscribed by Fahy on the title page. Reproductions of the elegantly-illuminated 15th century Florentine manuscript, traced to the library of Lorenzo de Medici's son, Piero.
Lyons: Godefridi, 1549. Accesserunt in duos priores libros.Scholia.per Hugonem Solerium.Medicu, nunc primum in lucem edita. , 1030 columns, 2 per page, ,+ 18pp. of index, p. title vignette and woodcut device on last leaf. initials. folio, modern cloth, leather label; (lots of worm holes, mostly in the margins, with some loss of text). Lugduni: Godefridi et Marcelli Beringorum, 1549. Very good. The best translation of Aetius is the present one by Janus Cornarius of all 16 books. The Tetrabiblion is.....
Neuchatel: Griffon, 1962. All texts by the artist, translated from the French. Illustrated throughout, a few in color; musical record in pouch at rear. 129pp. Slim 4to, white-lettered gray cloth, d.w. Neuchatel: Editions du Griffon, 1962. First edition. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper, inscribed by the artist on the title page. the Sculpture of the Twentieth Century. A collection edited and published by Marcel Joray.
New York: Leon Amiel, 1980. Illustrated with 126 color plates and 128 in b/w, plus 2 original color lithographs, blank on rear. 160 pages. Thin 4to, pink textured boards, d.w. New York: Leon Amiel, (1980). Text pages are a bit toned at edges, otherwise a near fine copy in very good(+) dust wrapper. This copy has an original ink drawing and signed inscription on the front end papers.
Philadelphia: Carey, 1829. 2 volumes. 311pp. +4pp. advertisements, 319pp. 8vo, original cloth-backed boards with paper spine labels. Modern protective red cloth covers. (bindings are well-rubbed overall but still firm; scattered foxing throughout), uncut edges. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey, 1829. First edition. Scarce. Very good (-). Large paper copy of the first edition. Very rare.
Lundae: Berlingiana, 1820. 8vo, modern marbled boards. Lundae: Berlingiana, 1820. Very good (+). Vol. 1, Part I only (of 3 parts), complete in itself. First presentation of theories "still considered nodal points in the development of algology. (It) summarized the state of algology at that time with precise groupings and clearly defined descriptions." - (DSB). This is the true and rare first edition of Vol. I, apparently unknown to Eriksson.