Nancy: Nicolas Baltazard, 1722. 287 pages. 12mo, full contemporary mottled calf, ornately gilt spine with red leather spine label; marbled end papers (rubbed overall with foot chipped and hinges starting). Paris: Nicholas Baltazard, 1722. Very good. Early ink inscription from 1846 on verso of title page.
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London: Longmans, 1865. Began by Mrs. Jameson, continued and completed by Lady Eastlake. 2 volumes, close to 300 black and white illustrations, handsome full crushed red morocco leather with gilt stamped medallions, bound by Riviere, marbled endpapers, gilt stamped inner dentelles, all edges gilt, and raised spine bands (gilding to spine a bit dim but still perfectly legible). London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1865. Second edition. Near fine copies. Previous owner's bookplate in first volume.
Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983. Edited by Dickinson W. Adams. Many facsimiles. xii, 438pp. Tall 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. with small, light dampstain on bottom of spine portion, otherwise very good. Princeton: Princeton University Press, (1983). The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Second Series.
Bologna: Nuova Alfa, 1998. Illustrations. 8vo, white cloth, d.w. Bologna: Nuova Alfa Editoriale, (1998). Fine. Papers from a Colloquium held at the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome and the Villa Spelman, Florence, 1996, considering diverse issues attendant on the representation of Christ's visage. Villa Spelman Colloquia, Vol. 6.