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London: Rivingtons, 1856. With many engravings from original drawings by Charles W. Cope, John C. Horsley, Samuel Palmer, Birket Foster and George E. Hicks. 294pp., 8vo, full black leather with handsome gilt-decorated covers, raised bands, inner dentelles, a.e.g.; (some foxing throughout). London: Rivingtons, 1856. Very good (+).
Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1932. 20 in text images and 64 pages of black & white illustrations at rear. xiii, (iii), 96 pages plus index. Tall slim 8vo, red cloth. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1932. First edition. A very good(+) copy. Ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro on the pastedown endpaper. Series: Grundriss der slavischen Philologie und Kulturgeschichte.
Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1933. Illustrated with 73 black & white plates and 7 in-text figures. 135 pages plus index. Tall 8vo, original white pictorial wrappers (quite worn at edges and spine but internally clean). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, (1933). First edition. A very good copy. With the small ownership label of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
Leipzig: Johann Christian Martini, 1714. Very thick 12mo, rubricated title, contemporary full vellum; all edges tinted red. Leipzig: Johann Christian Martini, 1714. Very good (+). Fine copy. First Edition of this lengthy commentary on the Old and New Testament. A "guide" to the same, in the words of the title.
Avignon: 1767. 174,  pages.12mo, contemporary mottled calf with gilt-decorated spine (outer joints and spine ends a bit worn); marbled endpapers and page edges. Avignon: [publisher not identified], 1767. Second printing. A very good clean copy of this uncommon book -- OCLC lists only 3 copies of this printing.
Venice: Luce Antony de Giunta, 1517. Illustrated with a fine woodcut headpiece showing St. Thomas teaching; many decorative initials and in-text diagrams throughout, and printer's device at end.  147 leaves with black letter Latin text printed in double columns. Folio, later vellum-backed boards. Venitijs, Impensis domini Luce Antonij de Giunta Florentini, 1517. A tear in the title page has been carefully mended, still a very good tight copy with some contemporary ink marginalia. Scarce. OCLC lists only 5 copies.....