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Cambridge: Peabody Museum, 1906. Translated by Selma Wesselhoeft and A. M. Parker. One plate. 267pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., top margins unopened, front wrapper creased, upper right corner margin lightly creased throughout, first 3 pages dampstained in right margin, lacks one plate. Cambridge: Published by the Museum, 1906 Commentary on the Dresden Codex. Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University. Vol. IV. No. 2.
Washington: Carnegie Institution, 1938. 5 volumes in 6: Vol. I, pp xxviii, 465; Vol. II, (xii), 607; Vol.III, (x), 493; Vol. IV, xii, 496; Vol. V, in 2 parts, containing black and white photographic plates, engraved plates (many folding), and folding maps showing ground plans, terrain, etc. Folio, green cloth. Washington DC, Carnegie Institution, 1938. First edition. Fine but for the usual library markings. Morley's magnum opus of many years studying the Mayan ruins and a classic work on Peten.....
Washington, D.C. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1983. Illustrated with black and white line drawings. 99 pages, small slim 4to, blue paper wrappers, spine faded to grey, top right corner lightly creased, affecting about half the pages. Washington, D.C.: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 1983. A very good(+) copy.
Munich: Nazraeli Press, 1994. Illustrated throughout. 74 pages. Small square 8vo, red patterned boards, d.w. Munich: Nazraeli Press, (1994). First edition. Author's inked dedication and signature on title page. A few tiny scratches on front of dust wrapper, still a fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.