London: Chatto & Windus, 1884. 183 pages, 12mo, red-lettered parchment, uncut; several small bookseller listings of book pasted to inside front cover; thumb-sized stain lower front cover, lightly rubbed & worn. London: Chatto and Windus, Piccadilly, 1884. A very good copy of this handsome edition. Printed on hand-made paper.
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Austin: University of Texas, 1968. Translated by Caroline Clive. Illustrated. xviii + 174pp., tall 8vo, cloth, d.w.; dust wrapper edgeworn. Austin: University of Texas Press, (1968). A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper. A Knight of Britain who in his day did many deeds of prowess and conquest in Germany, Italy and Denmark. And also against the Infidels, the enemies of Christianity.
Milan: Hoepli, 1912. 580p., 35 plates; 481 illustrations. Small thick folio, linen; leather spine label. Milano: Ulrico Hoepli, 1912. Very good. Scarce reference on Lombardy art from antiquity to the mid 14th Century. Upper page corners lightly bumped, otherwise a fine copy; Ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
New York: Vendome, 1978. Preface by Jean Lurcat. Profusely illustrated with 82 color plates and 185 black and white plates. 229 pages (small white sticker on front endpaper), 4to, red cloth with gold decorative stamping, dust wrapper. London: The Vendome Press, (1978). A near fine copy in a near fine jacket.
Paris: Verve, 1946. Well-illustrated, partly in color, some double-page, from the medieval manuscript. Thin folio, cloth-backed boards with printed wrappers (chipped). Paris: Verve, (1946). Very good(+) copy in poor wrapper. The great 15th century tournament-book, with facsimiles of the illuminations.