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Prague: Artia, 1965. Color illustrations. 73p., Square 4to, orange cloth, d.w. (Prague): Artia, (1965). Very good (+). Latin hymns of the Bohemian Gothic and Renaissance influenced in Central Europe by creative folk expression. Musical notation and illustrations from a Czech illuminated manuscript, the Krumlov Codex.Text in German, French & English. Phonograph record inserted in back cover pocket.
Cambridge: University Press, 1934. VOLUME I ONLY: The Renaissance. Planned by Lord Acton. xii + 724pp., thick 8vo, green cloth, d.w.; ownership signature inside front cover, some chipping to edges of dust wrapper. Cambridge: At The University Press, 1934. A very good (+) copy in a very good dust wrapper. The Popular Edition.
London: Batsford, 1911. 2 volumes. More than 400 illustrations- black-and-white photographs, drawings, plans. txxvi + 528pp., continuous pagination, 8vo, purple cloth; neat ownership signature front free endpaper of both volumes, spines faded and ends worn. London: B. T. Batsford, ca. 1911. A very good set.
London: Scala Books, 1986. Frontis., 70 color plates and numerous black and white illustrations throughout text, 192pp., slim 4to, boards, d.w. faded). London: Scala Books and Harper & Row, (1986). Exhibition catalogue for collection put together by the Corcoran Gallery of Art and The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.