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New York: The Nottingham Society, 1920. Translated by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Illustrated in sepia tone, some by Gustave Dore. 4 volumes. thick 8vos, 3/4s dark blue morocco over blue cloth, (corners rubbed), gilt stamped spine with papyrus flower motif, top edges gilt. New York: The Nottingham Society. No date, circa 1920. A very good(+) set. Containing: Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso.
New York: Christie, Manson & Woods, 1987. 7 volumes, including index. Extensively illustrated. 4to, gilt decorated blue cloth, a.e.g. New York: Christie, Manson & Woods International, 1987-1989. A fine set. One of 100 copies with gilt edges. Part I: Fifteenth Century Books including American, Literature and Fine Bindings including The Gutenberg Bible; Part II: Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts; Part III: Printed Books and Manuscripts including Western Americana; Part IV: Printed Books and Manuscripts including Early Printing, Literature and Fine Bindings;.....
London: Christie's, 1987. Part III - part VI. 4 vols., illustrations in color & in black and white, small folio, red cloth. London and New York; Christie's, 1987-88. Auction cataloges. Fine. Part III. Printed Books and Manuscripts including Western Americana. Part IV. Printed Books and Manuscripts, Early Printing. Part V. Printed Books and Manuscripts. Americana. Part VI. Printed books and Manuscripts, WIlliam Morris.
London: Dakers. Illustrated with over 100 plates, many in color, by Eduard Wagner. Tall 4to, natural cloth lettered in red (cloth slightly darkened at edges), chipped d.w. (London: Andrew Dakers, no date, circa 1960). First English edition. A near fine copy in a good(-) dust wrapper. Bohemian costume, arms and armour from 1350-1450. Printed in Czechoslovakia.