New York: Abrams, 1989. Introduction by Everett Fahy. Fables Translated from the Greek by Bernard McTigue. Illustrated throughout with 151 color facsimiles. 175pp. Slim square 4to, gilt- stamped navy blue cloth, d.w. New York: Abrams, (1989). A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper, inscribed by Fahy on the title page. Reproductions of the elegantly-illuminated 15th century Florentine manuscript, traced to the library of Lorenzo de Medici's son, Piero.
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New York: Abrams, 1989. Introduction by Everett Fahy. Fables Translated from the Greek by Bernard McTigue. Illustrated throughout with 151 color facsimiles. 175 pages. Slim square 4to, gilt-stamped navy blue cloth, d.w. (intact but rippled). New York: Abrams, (1989). A fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Reproductions of the elegantly-illuminated 15th century Florentine manuscript, traced to the library of Lorenzo de Medici's son, Piero.
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992. Illustrated in black and white. 480 pages, thick 8vo, salmon color cloth backed boards (lightly bumped, text on spine double printed due to manufacturing flaw), dust wrapper. Berkeley: University of California Press. A very good(-) copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper (some edgewear to wrapper, neatly reinforced with tape) Part of the English Monarchs series.
New York: Columbia University Press, 1941. Translated from the Old French by Merton Jerome Hubert. Notes and Documentation by John L. La Monte. Illustrated. xi + 478 pages. Thick 8vo, green cloth. New York: Columbia University Press, 1941. A near fine copy. Columbia University Records of Civilization.
New York: Artabras, 1988. Principal photography by Takashi Okamura. Exquisitely illustrated with hundreds of photos in color and black & white. 2 volumes, Thick and heavy 4tos, blue cloth, pictorial slipcase. New York: Artabras, Abbeville Press, (1988). A fine copy in a fine slipcase. The art and architecture of Florence throughout the ages.
Numbers I - XXIV. Each volume is illustrated in b/w throughout the text. Published by Andre Grabar & Jean Hubert. 4to. The first 3 volumes are bound together in green cloth, all others are in the original brown printed wrappers. Paris: Imprimerie Nationsale - Editions Klincksieck, 1945-1975. Very good to near fine condition.
Malibu: Undena, 1985. xxxii black & white plates, each with multiple igmages. xx + 223pp., 4to, stiff red wrappers. Malibu: Undena Publications, 1985. A near fine copy. Bibliotheca Mesoptoamica: Primary sources and interpretive anyses for the study of Mesopotamian civilization and its influences from late prehistory to the end of the cuneiform tradition. Volume Eighteen.
London: Sotheran, 1882. 36 fine chromolithographs, printed by the Firmin-Didot, depicting Mediaeval ornamentation as it applies to various architectural structures, each with unnumbered text pages. viii + 32 pages, slim folio, original brown pebbled cloth with gilt title. The authors were practicing architects and wrote the book to meet the demands of growing interest for the gothic period. London: Henry Sotheran & Co., 1882. First Edition. Small ex-libris stamp at foot of title page and a few small ink numbers.....