Cologne: Gaillard, 1702. Second. hardcover. 2 volumes. 100 exquisite copper engravings by Romain De Hooge. Rubricated titles, 366pp (X) + 426pp(XI), untrimmed. 1/4 crimson calf. Cologne: Jacques Gaillard, 1702. Second Edition. Very good(+). very good(+).
A French translation of the Decameron. De Hooge, a major Dutch artist, was a follower of Callot. Brunet 1, 1007.