Amsterdam: Marc Michel Rey, 1750. Text in French. 4 Volumes. Frontis. piece plus 9 full page engraved plates, plus ornamental devices. 12mo, full mottled leather; some toning to the paper, scattered foxing throughout, covers worn with bumped corners (a few damaged) and some cracked hinges, volume 2 mistakenly marked as IV on Spine label, volume 4 missing spine label. Amsterdam: Marc Michel Rey, 1750. A worn, but very good set.
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London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1921. 27pp + advertisements at front and back. Wide & slim 12mo, stiff pictorial wrappers, string binding. London: The Poetry Bookshop, 1921. First edition. Slightly sunned and edge-worn, still a very good copy. List of plays compiled by The Plays and Publications Committee of The British Drama League for the Use of Community Theatres, Schools, and Dramatic Groups in Town and Country.
Franklin Center: Franklin, 1983. Two volumes. Translation into modern English by J. U. Nicolson, illustrations by Edward Coley Burne-Jones, borders by William Morris. 1119 pages, continuous pagination, 8vo, gilt-decorated green leather, a.e.g. Franklin Center: The Franklin Library, 1983. Minor spotting to the gilt edges, else a fine copy. 25th Anniversary Edition. Has the separately printed Notes from the Editors.
New York: Limited Editions Club, 1966. Translated by Constance Garnett. With an introduction by John Gielgud and illustrations by Lajos Szalay. Color plates and in-text figures. 153pp. Short thin 4to, leather-backed silk brocade, publisher's board slipcase. N.Y.: The Limited Editions Club, 1966. A fine copy in a slipcase One of 1500 numbered copies, printed at the Thistle Press and signed by the illustrator.
Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1890. Title printed in red and black. 3 volumes, slim 8vos, bound in beautiful contemporary 3/4 green morocco, gilt-decorated and lettered spines (spines faded to light brown, a bit darker at ends) with red leather labels; marbled endpapers, t.e.g. Paris: Isadore Liseux, 1890. Fine copy, handsomely bound. One of the most notorious amatory classic works of the 17th century. The Dialogues are considered the first pornographic work written in Latin. The attribution to Spanish poet Luisa Sigea.....