Paris: Librairie de Medecine, 1898. 2 volumes. xxxi + 343 pages. and xxiv + 502 pages, tall thick 8vos, black cloth, original wrappers bound in; rubbing to edges and spines. Paris: Librairie de Medecine, Folklore et Anthropologie, 1898. Second edition. A very good copy. Limited edition of 1000 copies (500 for England & 500 for America). Previous owner's ex libris labels on front attached endpapers.
Kingston: Biscuit City, 1980. Preface by Roger Thompson. Illustrated with 3 hand-colored engraved plates by Gerard Charriere, protected with tissue. Unpaginated. Thin short 8vo, bound in purple silk with gilt-lettered spine, plain mylar wrapper; uncut edges. (Kingston, RI): Biscuit City Press, 1980. A fine copy. Limited edition. Number 32 of only 88 copies printed and signed in pencil by the artist on the limitation page. This copy has an addition signed pencil inscription on the title page.
Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1890. Title printed in red and black. 3 volumes, slim 8vos, bound in beautiful contemporary 3/4 green morocco, gilt-decorated and lettered spines with red leather labels; marbled endpapers, t.e.g. Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1890. Spines a bit faded, otherwise a fine copy, handsomely bound. One of the most notorious amatory classic works of the 17th century.
Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1881. Titles printed in red and black. 4 volumes, 12mo, original beige printed wrappers printed in red (some a bit chipped but internally spotless); uncut edges. Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1881. A very good copy. Handsome edition of the 6 dialogues, with text in French. One of the most notorious amatory works of the 17th century.