Cambridge: University Press, 1967. 795pp., 4to, green cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper lightly worn. Cambridge: At the University Press, 1967. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper.
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New York: Rizzoli, 1977. Illustrated mostly in black and white, 4 additional in color. 178 pages, 4to, green cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Rizzoli, 1977. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Venice: Luce Antony de Giunta, 1517. Illustrated with a fine woodcut headpiece showing St. Thomas teaching; many decorative initials and in-text diagrams throughout, and printer's device at end.  147 leaves with black letter Latin text printed in double columns. Folio, later vellum-backed boards. Venitijs, Impensis domini Luce Antonij de Giunta Florentini, 1517. A tear in the title page has been carefully mended, still a very good tight copy with some contemporary ink marginalia. Scarce. OCLC lists only 5 copies...
Athens: Ohio University Press, 1976. Includes biographical prefaces, a critical introduction, and annotations. Translated by Peter Desa Wiggins. 187pp. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. Athens: Ohio University Press, (1976). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Erfurt: Matthes Maler, 1524. 76 leaves, some browning and pin worm holes, small defect on title page effecting 1 word. Gothic type, title printed within fine woodcut border dated 1521 of cherubs playing music, drawing Mars in a cart, etc. Short slim 4to, plain 19th Century vellum (slightly bowed), all edges red. Erphurdie: [Matthes Maler], 1524. A very good(+) copy. First Edition of this rare Anti-Reformation tract by a fellow Augustinian who initially shared Luther's enthusiasms for change, but, as...
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993. Illustrated. 8vo, cloth, d.w. Cambridge University Press, (993). First Edition. A lavishly illustrated detective story about a painting, Edward VI and the Pope, a visual allegory of the Reformation.
Norwalk: Easton, 1980. Color Frontispiece. 391 pages, tall 8vo, gilt-stamped brown leather, all edges gilt, pink silk moire endpapers. Norwalk: Easton Press, 1980. A fine copy.
Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1982. Facsimile title page from first complete edition of Bacon's essays. 391 pages, 8vo, gilt-stamped gray leather, all edges gilt, silk moire endpapers. Franklin Center: Franklin Library, 1982. A fine copy. 100 Greatest Books of All Time series.
Milano: Rizzoli, 1971. Illustrated mostly in color. 120 pages with text In Italian. slim 4to, pictorial boards, dust wrapper. Milan: Rizzoli, (1968). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Number 47 in the Classici dell'Arte series.
Basel: Jakob Kundig, 1554. , 270 [i. e., 302] pages; lacks last leaf, blank except for printer's device on verso. Folio [326x209 mm], early 18th-century paneled calf with gilt arms of Thomas Coningsby, 1st Earl Coningsby (1656-1729) on covers, re-backed, cover corners worn, front hinge reinforced, darkening in upper margins throughout, light dampstaining in lower outer corners toward end, occasional toning or browning, title soiled with signature of the London pharmacist Francis Bernard dated 1656 on recto and Sion College...
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988. 483 pages, black cloth, dust wrapper (spine sunned). Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988. A fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Presentation copy by the author, signed "Harry"
Milano: Rizzoli, 1968. Illustrated mostly in color. 128 pages with text In Italian. slim 4to, pictorial boards. Milan: Rizzoli, (1968). A very good copy. Number 18 in the Classici dell'Arte series.
Milano: Rizzoli, 1975. Illustrated mostly in color. 128 pages with text In Italian. slim 4to, pictorial boards. Milan: Rizzoli, (1975). A very good(+) copy. Number 83 in the Classici dell'Arte series.
Milano: Rizzoli, 1970. Illustrated, mostly in color. 116 pages with text In Italian. Slim 4to, pictorial boards, dust wrapper. Milan: Rizzoli, (1980). A near fine copy. Number 44 in the Classici dell'Arte series.
Oxford: Clarendon, 1965. Maps and genealogical table at rear. xxvi + 539 pages, thick 8vo, grey cloth. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, (1965). A very good copy.
London: G. Bell and Sons, 1911. Profusely illustrated in black & white throughout. 2 volumes, small 4to, original beige cloth with gilt-lettered spines (light wear at spine ends). London: G. Bell and Sons, 1911. First edition. A very good solid pair. Louis Auchincloss' copy with his signature on endpaper of second volume along with 2 photos pasted down with his inscription "LA at Richelieu."
London: G. Bell and Sons, 1911. Profusely illustrated in black & white throughout. 2 volumes, small 4to, original beige cloth with gilt-lettered spines (bound in different shades of cloth, the spines are darkened and there is some foxing throughout). London: G. Bell and Sons, 1911. First edition. A very good(-) set.
Antwerp: Arnould Coninx, 1586. Text in French. Printer's device on title and with some other decorative pieces and initials. 8vo, [xxxii], 439 pages. Contemporary vellum with envelope edges; faded manuscript title on spine. Anvers: Chez Arnould Coninx, 1586. A near fine copy. Several contemporary ink signatures on endpaper and head of title, otherwise a very clean solid copy of this scarce book -- OCLC lists only 3 copies of this edition. Originally printed in 1580; a Refutation of Jean Wier's...
Milano: Rizzoli, 1972. Illustrated mostly in color. 144 pages with text In Italian. slim 4to, pictorial boards, dust wrapper. Milan: Rizzoli, (1972). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Number 57 in the Classici dell'Arte series.
London: Richard Tottell, 1569. [xxxii], 444 [i.e. 442] leaves. Some engraved decorative initials throughout the text; pages quite clean. Thick 4to, contemporary brown calf with decorative crest on covers, neatly re-cased and re-cornered in similar leather. London: Richardum Totellum, 1569. First edition. "The first printed edition of the entire work was published by Richard Tottell in 1569, with a preface by one T.N. (whose identity has never been determined), in which credit is taken for a careful recension of the...
New York: Hacker Art Books, 1975. Illustrated (b/w). 201 pages. Tall 4to. Red cloth with top of boards somewhat sunned, lacking dust wrapper. New York: Hacker Art Books, 1975. A very good copy.
Paris: Gilles Beys, 1583. Two parts in one volume; 46 & 60 leaves with text in Latin and Greek. Decorative woodcut initials and headpieces throughout; Beys device on both titles . Short slim 4to, bound in a pleasantly attractive 18th century mottled calf with boards edges, spine and red morocco label stamped in gilt; all edges red. Lutetiae: Apud Aegidium Beysium, 1593. First edition. Exceedingly scarce and in fine condition. First editions of the noted philologist's two suites of 18...
Turin: Unione Tipografico, 1982. Many black-and-white illsutrations. 267pp., folio, cloth, d.w. Torino: Unione Tipografico, (1982). A near fine copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Storia Dell'Arte in Italia.
Heidelberg: 1590. (4), 192, (12) pp. Woodcut printer's device on title page and four large woodcuts within the text. 12mo, early limp vellum. Heidelberg, 1590. Second edition of the well-known book on Roman dining habits, first published in 1588. Also contains relevant texts by classical authors such as Ovid and Terence. Scarce. Very good (+).
Paris: Guillaume Morel, 1555. , 128 pages. Decorated with a woodcut headpiece, floriated initials and Morel device on title (Renouard 786). Short slim 4to, old vellum over paper boards (front outer joint cracked but still firmly sewn; internally clean). Paris: Guillaume Morel, 1555. First latin edition. Overall a very good copy. First edition of the Latin translation by Joachim Perion (1499-1559) of this 2nd century revision of the most important component of Clementine literature: the recounting of how Clementine became travelling...