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Amsterdam & Paris: Chez Moutard, 1785. 5 Volumes. 12mo, woodcut ornaments & title vignettes. 19th century mottles calf, rubricated edges, ornately gilt spines, lightly rubbed. First Complete Edition. The first edition of 1781 was complete in one volume, the second of 1785 in three, and the final two volumes were first published in 1788. Amsterdam & Paris: Chez Moutard, 1785 [Vols. I-III] & Chez Briand, 1788 [Vols. IV-V]., 1788. Very good (+). Barbier II 610.
Barcelona: Juan Jolis, 1744. Written in Italian. translated into Castilian by Gaspar Sanz Presbytero. 8vo, 1, (17) leaves, 288 p. full flexible vellum. Barcelona: Joan Jolis, 1744. Scarce. Very good (+). Curious work, written by a Jesuit and translated by a theologian who praises the wisdom and prudence, rejects ignorance, lust or neglect, and admire the best men of letters of all time. It was translated into Latin, French, English, German and Portuguese, and now, Castilian.
Paris: Desaint & Saillant, 1758. Small engraved portrait on title page. One engraved plate. 374pp. + "Approbation". 12mo, full mottled leather; bookplate inside front cover, early ownership notes on title page, covers lightly worn with some minor loss at spine ends, front hinge mended. Paris: Chez desaint & Saillant, 1758, A very good copy.
Paris: Michel Levy, 1868. 12mo, 440pp., salmon cloth, rebound without the original wrappers, (small brown spot on inner hinge of the first few pages). Paris: Michel Levy Freres, 1868. First Edition Near fine. Although the half title reads volume two, this was published first. With the small ownership signature of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
4 thick folio volumes. , 760; , 902; , 1084; , 1039pp with text printed in double columns. Rubricated titles with engraved vignettes in each. Illustrated with some copper engraved plates and other in-text woodcuts; decorative initials and head/tailpieces throughout. Folio, contemporary calf with ornate gilt-decorated spines (extensive and skillful repairs to joints and spine ends; light occasional foxing and toning to text block). La Haye: Chez P. Husson et al., 1727-31. First Edition. Despite the repairs, a solid, complete.....
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1967. The Richard Wilhelm translation from Chinese to German, rendered into English by Cary F. Baynes. Foreword by C. G. Jung. 740pp. Small 8vo, yellow cloth, d.w. soiled on spine. Princeton: Princeton University Press, (1967). A fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. Bollingen Series XIX.
New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1973. Illustrated with black and white photographs. 251 pages, 8vo, red cloth, dust wrapper with mylar sleeve. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (1973). A near fine copy in a fine dust wrapper. This is the first book to show how Woolf's vision of reality and her aesthetics are rooted in her experiences as a manic-depressive.
Paris: Estienne Danguy, 1646. Woodcut initials and decorative head & tailpieces throughout. XII, 225 pages. 12mo, contemporary vellum with calligraphic spine lettering. Paris: Chez Estienne Danguy, 1646. For some reason an attempt was made to obliterate the publisher's information on title, otherwise a solid copy; some pages at rear with neat marginalia, but mostly clean. A very good copy of this scarce book. OCLC lists only 3 copies, including Cambridge & Bibliotheque Nationale de France.
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1931. Edited with an introduction and notes by C. K. Ogden. Frontispiece. 555 pages, 8vo, green cloth (small crease in first few pages; previous owner's signature on front free endpaper; spine faded with faint stain at bottom). New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1931. A very good(-) copy.