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Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1904. Illustrated with 166 facsimilies. Tall 8vo, original tan printed wrappers (spine chipped and front wrapper loose). Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1904. First Edition. Internally a good clean copy. Limited edition 'hors commerce' signed by the author with an additional presentation by him on the half title.
Venice: Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1562. Venice: Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1562. 2 parts with separate pagination. Short, thick 4to bound in 19th century vellum with red edges. Features 64 double page maps: 27 Ptolemaic maps (showing the ancient world as Ptolemy knew it, including one world map), 37 "modern" maps (with two world maps) and several woodcut diagrams, illustrations and decorative initials. Text in Latin. Staining throughout affecting some of the maps. Title page cropped .5" at right margin. Bookplate of Otto Orren.....
Paris: Hyperion, 1938. Illustrated with 128 plates in b/w and color. 164 pages. Small folio, pale cloth. d.w. Paris: Hyperion Press, (1938). A good copy internally clean but with considerable foxing to upper halves of both cloth covers; good wrapper that is largely intact but has scuffing and short tears.
London: Heinemann, 1896. Translated from the Italian by Florence Simmonds. Frontispiece and 36 other fine plates, protected with tissue; 190 in-text figures. 408pp. Thick 4to, handsomely bound by Bradstreet's in 3/4 navy levant with ornate gilt-decorated spine (light shelfwear). London: William Heinemann, 1896. First edition in English. A near fine copy.
London: Heinemann, 1896. Translated from the Italian by Florence Simmonds. Frontispiece and 36 other fine plates, protected with tissue; 190 in-text figures. 408 pages in all, very handsomely bound in 2 volumes in full brown morocco with ornate gilt-decorated spine and covers; ornate leather doublures and red silk endpapers (some light shelfwear overall; second volumes is darkened and damaged in two areas on rear cover). London: William Heinemann, 1896. Limited edition -- number 24 of only 100 copies on Japan.....
London: De La More, 1902. Beautifully engraved frontispiece and engraved vignette on title. 57 pages. Slim 4to, tan cloth-backed boards with paper spine label. London: De La More, 1902. No. 12 of 290 copies printed on handmade paper (with ten more on vellum). A very good copy with rubbing and discoloration to cloth edges, uniform sunning to endpapers, otherwise clean.
New York: Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1923. Frontispice and illustrated with 102 black and white drawings, plans, and photographs, 20 pages of text, 4to, gilt-lettered blue cloth (quite rubbed, chipping to head and foot of spine, front hinge loose). New York: Architectural Book Publishing Company, 1923. A very good(-) copy. Previous ower's stamps on endpapers.