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New York: Putnam, 1903. Frontispiece. Illustrated in sepia and black and white with lettered tissue guards. Decorative title page. 310 pages, (deckle edges), large 8vo, forest green crushed levant with floral gilt stamping, (hinges starting to crack slightly but still firm) raised spine bands, inner gilt rubricated dentelles, top edge gilt, and mottled endpapers. New York: Putnam, 1901. New York: Putnam, 1903. A very good(+) copy. Subtle remains of adhesive from removed bookplate on front attached endpaper.
New York: Putnam, 1901. Frontispiece. Illustrated in sepia and black and white with photographs and reproductions of artworks with lettered tissue guards. Decorative title page. 312 pages, (deckle edges), large 8vo, forest green crushed levant with floral gilt stamping, (hinges starting to crack slightly but still firm) raised spine bands, inner gilt rubricated dentelles, top edge gilt, and mottled endpapers. New York: Putnam, 1901. A very good(+) copy. Bookplate on front attached endpaper.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1983. Introduction by John Hollander. Illustrated by William Bailey with an original etching as frontispiece, and other fine b/w plates, protected with tissue. 103 pages. Tall thin 8vo, burgundy calf-backed decorative silk, t.e.g.; publisher's board slipcase. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1983. A fine copy in a fine box. Limited to 1500 numbered copies, signed by the illustrator.
New York: Scribner, 1923. Newly translated into English by John Addington Symonds. Fine mezzotint frontispiece portrait, and 16 other illustrations throughout. 464 pages. Short thick 8vo, attractively bound by Sangorski & Sutcliffe in contemporary 3/4 red morocco over marbled boards; gilt-decorated spine, top edge gilt. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1923. A near fine copy.
Paris: Briand, 1810. Translated into French by Florian. Engraved frontispieces in all volumes. 159; 155; 190; 171; 171; 160pp. Slim 12mos, original calf- backed boards with gilt spines (well-rubbed but sound and attractive; scattered foxing; endpapers torn or missing on several volumes). Paris: Briand, 1810. A very good copy of this early French edition.
Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Translated by Francis de Miomandre. Illustrated throughout by Berthold Mahn. Complete in 5 volumes (4 volumes plus La Vie de Cervantes). Thick 8vo, full orange polished calf with blind-stamped covers and gilt-lettered spines, uncut edges and top edges gilt; protected in decorative board slipcases. Paris: Union Latine d'Editions, 1935. Near fine. Limited edition - number 4321 of 7000 copies Despite the high limitation, quite scarce in full leather.
London: Cassell. The text edited by J.W. Clark, and a Biographical Notice of Cervantes, by T. Teignmouth Shore. 118 fine plates and 248 text illustrations by Gustave Dore. Rubricated title pages, xxviii, 737pp. in 2 volumes. Several pages have darkened waterstain mailnly along bottom margin on volume 1. 4to, 3/4 brown leather; nicely gilt-tooled spine, marbled boards, (lightly rubbed).London: Cassell, Peter, and Galpin, (no date, circa 1880). Very good. Dore, the prolific French illustrator, is primarily remembered for his illustrations.....
Amsterdam: Elzevir, 1662. Beautifully engraved extra title page; printer's device on title page, and some decorative woodcut initials and ornaments throughout. , 622, 8 pages. Thick 12mo, attractively bound in simple full black morocco with ornate gilt-stamped inner dentelles; marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. Amsterdam: Louys & Daniel Elzevier, 1662. The 4th Elzevier edition. Front endpaper lacking, else a near fine, clean copy. The magnum opus of Charron, who is known as the founder of modern secularism. -- Willems 1281;.....
Paris: Bohaire, 1836. 488pp., tall 8vo. Full green calf, double gilt fillet border enclosing handsome blind-tooled Cathedral design within blind borders, back finely tooled, a.e.g. Paris: Bohaire, 1836. First Edition. Near Fine. Remarkably full account of the Code de Duel, in a strikingly fine binding, and with a signed inscription by the Author.
London: no publisher, 1687. To which is adjoyn'd, The Story of the Siege of Thebes, by John Lidgate, Monk of Bury. Together with The Life of Chaucer, Shewing His Countrey, Parentage, Education, Marriage, Children, Revenues, Services, Reward, Friends, Books, Death. Frontispiece "Progenie of Geffrey Chaucer" incorporating his portrait. Additional large engraved armorial design, 660, pages. Folio, newly rebound in full British tan morocco with raised bands, gilt-tooled maroon leather spine label. London: [no publisher], 1687. 8th collected edition. Printed with.....