Rome: Salvioni, 1795. Each book is printed throughout in red & black with a fine engraved vignette on the title page, and other full-page engravings. 92; 88; 120pp. Thin 12mos. Gloriously bound in contemporary full red straight-grained morocco with heavy floral gilt tooling on the covers and spines; outer dentelles, marbled endpapers, silk ribbons. The 3 volumes are housed together in a brown calf solander slipcase with blind-stamped decorations. Roma: Per Luigi Perego Salvioni, 1795. Fine.
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Munich: Riehn & Reusch, 1922. With a 28pp foreword and introduction by Georg Leidinger. Illustrated with 58 beautifully printed color plates, accented in gilt and protected with tissue. Folio, bound in full vellum (intentionally aged to simulate a more ancient volume). Munchen: Riehn & Reusch, 1922. Limited edition of 150 copies, this one without a number. Covers slightly bowed, otherwise a fine copy, internally spotless. Contains Durer's imaginative marginal drawings from the Prayer Book of Maximilian I (dated 1515), later augmented by Lukas Cranach.
Berlin: Mann, 1966. Illustrated with 57 color plates. 359pp. 8vo, boards; slipcase. Berlin: Gebr. Mann, (1966). First German edition. Hinges a little tender, otherwise a near fine copy in a near fine slipcase.