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Washington: National Gallery of Art, 1993. Chapters by various authors. 294 illustrations, including 7 color plates. 418pp., 4to, black cloth, d.w. Washington: National Gallery of Art, (1993). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. Studies in the History of Art 45. Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, Symposium Papers XXV.
London: Julian Editions, 1926. Translated by Lady Wilde (mother of Oscar Wilde). Title within engraved border; numerous fine text engravings by Thomas Lowinsky. 482pp. 4to, limp vellum; warped, cloth slipcase; uncut. London: for Julian Editions by Ernest Benn, 1926. Fine. One of 225 copies superbly printed on hand-made paper.
Venice: Ferrarii, 1570. Engraved title page (lightly foxed and soiled with a partially erradicated signature at top edge). One full page woodcut of a knight in armor and numerous illustrations and charts in the text. Small 4to, , 254pp., bound in later full plain vellum, with pencilled "Mora" at head of spine and a small early paper library label at foot. There are no other library markings. Very light foxing on a few pages but generally very clean. Untrimmed edges.....
Paris: Auguste Eudes, 1880. 4 volumes bound in 8. Illustrated with 73 engravings each in 3 states, 72 head and tail pieces. Occasional foxing. 8vo, rubricated titles. Beautifully bound 3/4 burgundy morocco over marbled boards, ornately gilt spine, t.e.g. Paris: Auguste Eudes, 1880. Near fine. One of 395 numbered sets. Published from the manuscripts with notes by MM. Le Roux de Lincy and Anatole de Montaiglon.