Amsterdam: Libraires en Nouveau, 1779. Some decorative woodcut initials and devices throughout. 2 volumes bound in one. xii, 232; , 309,  pages. 8vo, contemporary tree calf (well-worn but sound, with some neat repairs at board edges); marbled edges. Amsterdam et se traove a Paris: Chez les Libraires en Nouveau, 1779. Light foxing and some marginal penciling, easily erasable, still a very good copy of an uncommon book. -- Conlon, 79:620.
New York: Abrams, 1986. Edited by Irving Sandler and Amy Newman with an introduction by Irving Sandler. black and white photo illustrations. 302 pages, tall 8vo, white cloth with blind-stamped portrait, dust wrapper. New York: Abrams, (1986). A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Previous owner's inscription on front free endpaper.
London: Fraser, 1841. 393pp., 12mo, original brown cloth; London: James Fraser, 1841. First Edition. An apparently very good copy, with the inner joints neatly repaired, an ownership inscription on the front end-paper and the date 1861 incorrectly written on the title page. Some penciled underlining on the first 75 pages. The book is encased in an attractive custom full vellum dust wrapper, titled and embellished in gilt, hence difficult to assess the condition of the original cover.
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...