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        WELTMEISTERSCHAFT 1954 DEUTSCHLAND WM '54

      - E.ALBUMBLATT (aufgezogen auf Postkarte, 16°) vom Endspiel um die Weltmeisterschaft 1954 in Bern / Deutschland - Ungarn 3 : 2 mit 12 eigenhändigen Unterschriften signiert vom Trainer Seppl Herberger sowie den Spielern: Toni Turek ? Josef Posipal , Werner Liebrich , Werner Kohlmeyer ? Karl Mai , Horst Eckel ? Helmut Rahn , Max Morlock , Ottmar Walter , Fritz Walter , Hans Schäfer - KOMPLETT SEHR SELTEN ! [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Herbst-Auktionen]
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        Porträt Oskar Kokoschka. s/w Original-Fotografie.

      recto o. handschriftlich signiert, datiert u. bezeichnet "Edgar, in Zürich hast du auch...aber in Hamburg erst! Es galt meinem schönsten Ölbild/immer dein OK", verso "Copyright United Press Photo, Frankfurt am Main", Stempel "Archivbild" Porträt Oskar Kokoschkas vor dem Gemälde "Abschied des Leonidas", dem linken Flügel seines Triptychons "Termopylae" aus dem Jahr 1954. Die Aufnahme entstand anlässlich der Pressekonferenz zur Ausstellungseröffnung im Münchner Haus der Kunst im März 1958. Kokoschka ist im Moment des lebhaften Erklärens und Gestikulierens festgehalten. Die Widmung gilt Kokoschkas Sammler und Freund Edgar Horstmann. Provenienz: Nachlass Edgar Horstmann.- leichte Knickspuren an der rechten unteren Bildecke.

      [Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs]
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        La guerre et la paix. Texte de Claude Roy.

      Editions Cercle d?Art, Paris, 1954 - 370x265mm, 153pages, 6 lithographies en couleurs: frontispice + 3 planches + 2 double-planches. Reliure pleine toile de l?éditeur, sous jaquette en rhodoïde. Petite déchirure sur le haut du coin de la jaquette supérieure, autrement très bel exemplaire.

      [Bookseller: Bouquinerie du Varis]
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        Recipes from the South Seas (SIGNED)

      Koror, Palau Islands: Privately Printed, 1954. 1st. Original wrappers. Personally INSCRIBED by Owen, Director of the Palau Museum. First Edition. 8vo. 55, [1] pp. Woodcut illustrations by Adachi, Marino and Tatsuo. Covers designed by the author and Adachi. Printed wrappers in very good condition. An uncommon regional cookbook; no copies on the market and only 4 copies located in OCLC. Includes recipes of personal interest to the author, along with related tips, stories and charming woodcut illustrations.

      [Bookseller: Carpe Diem Fine Books]
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        ACCESSUS AD AUCTORES

      LATOMUS REVUE D'ETUDES LATINES, BERCHEM BRUXELLES 1954 - COLLECTION LATOMUS INTERLINGUE Vol. XV della collana, brossura editoriale con usura ai bordi e strappetti al dorsetto, segni di usura da scaffalatura, pagine ancora intonse, lievemente ingiallite da fattore tempo, con tavola in nero fuori testo, rari segni a matita, in francese e latino La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 20% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era 999,00 euro.

      [Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele]
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        Diego Velázquez (1599-1660)

      Editorial Timun, Barcelona. 1954 - Características: Rústica plastificada con solapas. El libro se encuentra en perfectas condiciones. Cantos limpios. El texto de Hautecoeur inserta reproducciones de la obra de Velázquez en blanco y negro; después viene un apartado con excelentes láminas a colores, cada una tiene una breve descripción de la obra y algunas de ellas son desplegables. Las páginas van sin cornisa ni folios. 76 pp. aprox. (17 x 11 cm). Peso: La librería ofrece por tiempo limitado un descuento del 25%. El precio original de este ejemplar era de 15.72 EUR

      [Bookseller: Carlos Héctor García Toscano]
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        The Smile At The Foot of The Ladder

      Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo, JAPAN Japan Publishers Association 1954. Fine in fine dust wrapper. Glassine is beginning to peel away from the book. Entire text in Japanese. With an inscription to author Edwin Corle from Henry Miller: "For Edwin Corle with illustrious gratification. Which language next? Hebrew, perhaps. Henry Miller 11/13/54." First Japanese edition. Uncommon inscribed. With neatly trimmed mailing label to Miller, Big Sur laid in. 1st Japanese edition.. Inscribed By Author, and with mailing label to Miller as shown. Very Good.

      [Bookseller: Phantom Bookshop]
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        Bérénice. Tragédie en cinq actes.

      P., Les Sept Couleurs, 1954. - In-8 broché, couv. rempliée, 177 pp., [1] f. Edition originale posthume : un des 10 exemplaires sur Madagascar tirés en surplus et non signalés à la justification (n° H.C. 5). Petite mouillure en queue du dos, le reste frais, non coupé, bel exemplaire. Exemplaire d'exception appartenant à un tirage rarissime : le tirage de tête comprenait 70 exemplaires sur Madagascar ; dix exemplaires seulement ont été tirés en plus sur ce même papier, non prévus à la justification imprimée, mais décrits dans une note autographe signée de Maurice Bardèche, beau-frère de Robert Brasillach et qui suivit de près la publication de ses oeuvres posthumes : " Un des dix exemplaires hors commerce sur Madagascar tirés en surplus. Maurice Bardèche ". [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl.]
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        Il Problema della Delinquenza Minorile Nella Legislazione dei Paesi Civili ed in Relazione all'O.N.U.

      TORINO: UNIONE TIPOGRAFICO-EDITRICE TORINESE, 1954. Brossura. BUONO. 16 22,5. USATO

      [Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab]
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        THE WOMAN WHO WAS

      London, England: Hutchinson, 1954. First UK Edition. Octavo 176pp. hardcover with dust jacket in VG/VG condition. Dust jacket protected, not clipped. DJ chipped at extremities, creasing at folds. DJ rubbed at folding margins. DJ back cover soiled, spine is sunned. Greenish tan cloth covered boards clean, bumped at top corners, some rubbing on board top edge, all else good. Red embossed title lettering on spine. Spine a little cocked. Text lightly age toned. Text clean. Small tear on page 47 margin. Binding is sturdy and intact. Shelve case 2. Dupont.

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books]
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        Studies in the Renaissance (volumes I-XXI, 1954-1974) § Renaissance News (volumes XI-XIX, 1958-1966) § Renaissance Quarterly (volumes XX-LXII, 1967-2009)

      Austin (latterly New York), University of Texas Press (latterly, Renaissance Society of America, 1954-2009. Fifty-two annual volumes (23 cm), bound in collector's blue cloth (as 31 volumes) and publisher's wrappers (18 volumes). - A fine run of the journal of the Renaissance Society of America. Founded in 1954, following the dissolution of the ACLS Committee on Renaissance Studies, the Society undertook publication of Renaissance News, a quarterly newsletter published by Dartmouth College Library for the American Council of Learned Societies (volume 1, no. 1, Spring 1948). This journal was renamed Renaissance Quarterly beginning with volume 20 (1967); in 1975, the Society subsumed a separate publication, Studies in the Renaissance. Offered here are all issues of the journal published 1958-2009, together with a complete set of Studies in the Renaissance. ISSN 0081-8658 / ISSN 0277-903X. ¶ Original issues, unmarked, and in fine state of preservation. ● The issue for Winter 1996 (vol. 59, no. 4) was inadvertently omitted from our photograph; it is present in our set. Studies in the Renaissance (volumes I-XXI, 1954-1974);Five volumes (23 cm), uniformly bound in modern blue cloth with black lettering-pieces (by Riley Dunn & Wilson Ltd), original printed wrappers bound-in. - Commenced publication in 1954 in Austin, Texas (by University of Texas Press); from volume II onwards, issued in New York (by the Renaissance Society of America). The editor of volume I was William Peery; M.A. Shaaber edited volumes II-V; volumes VI-XXI were edited by committee. Bound after volume XXI are "Index to volumes I-X" and "Index to volumes XI-XXI". ¶ An excellent set, unmarked, and in fine state of preservation.Renaissance News (volumes XI-XIX, 1958-1966);Four volumes (23 cm), uniformly bound in modern blue cloth with black lettering-pieces (by Riley Dunn & Wilson Ltd). - Commenced publication in 1948 and absorbed in Renaissance Quarterly in 1967; volumes 1-10 (1948-1957) are not present in this set. ¶ Indices for volumes XI-XVII bound at the front of the respective volume; Index for volumes XVIII-XIX printed in Renaissance Quarterly, volume 20 (1967), pp.546-556. Volumes XI-XIV issued with self-wrapper (bound in place); printed wrappers for volumes XV-XIX are bound at end of each volume. Ink inscription on title for "Index volumes XV-XVII"; otherwise unmarked, and in fine state of preservation.Renaissance Quarterly (volumes XX-LXII, 1967-2009);Forty-three volumes (23 cm), of which 25 are uniformly bound in modern blue cloth with black lettering-pieces (by Riley Dunn & Wilson Ltd), and 18 are as issued in the publisher's printed wrappers. - Absorbed Renaissance News, and continued its numeration, commencing with volume XX in 1967. In this set, volumes XX-XXV are gathered by the binder in three stout volumes, with their Indices (XX-XXI, XXII-XXIII, XXIV-XXV) bound at the front of the appropriate volume; and printed wrappers bound-in at end of each volume. Volumes XXVI-XLIV are bound individually, with indices and printed wrappers bound-in; the remaining volumes XLV-LXII are in publisher's wrappers, as issued. ● Volume 49 (1996) issue 4, was inadvertently omitted from our photograph; it is present in our set.

      [Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books]
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        Recipes from the South Seas (SIGNED)

      Koror, Palau Islands: Privately Printed, 1954. Personally INSCRIBED by Owen, Director of the Palau Museum. First Edition. 8vo. 55, [1] pp. Woodcut illustrations by Adachi, Marino and Tatsuo. Covers designed by the author and Adachi. Printed wrappers in very good condition. An uncommon regional cookbook; no copies on the market and only 4 copies located in OCLC. Includes recipes of personal interest to the author, along with related tips, stories and charming woodcut illustrations.

      [Bookseller: Carpe Diem Fine Books]
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        Lee Oswald

      [1954-1956]. Comprises 14 plastic white chess pieces: King, Queen, 2 Castles, 2 Knights, 1 Bishop, and 7 Pawns; 14 plastic red chess pieces: King, Queen, 2 Castles, 1 Knight, 2 Bishops, and 7 Pawns. The chess pieces are in generally fine condition. The Queens and the red King are each missing the felt at the hollow bottom. The original burgundy leather-textured box measures 6.5” x 4” x 2”. The bottom is worn. A gilt Knight is imprinted on the cover which is heavily worn at the hinge and is almost entirely detached from the box. The snap button is present on the front side but the strap attached to the cover which would fold over to the snap, closing the box, is missing. <I>“TOURNAMENT / CHESSMEN / BY / LOWE”</I> is embossed inside the cover.<br /><br />Lee Harvey Oswald’s mother, Mrs. Marguerite Oswald, testified before the President’s Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Washington, D.C., on the morning of February 12, 1964. Present were Chief Justice Earl Warren, Chairman; Representative Hale Boggs and Representative Gerald R. Ford, members. Also present were J. Lee Rankin, general counsel; Wesley J. Liebeler, assistant counsel; and John F. Doyle, attorney for Mrs. Marguerite Oswald. Excerpt from Mrs. Oswald’s testimony: “Lee played Monopoly. Lee played chess. Lee had a stamp collection, and even wrote to other young men and exchanged stamps, sir. And Lee read history books, books too deep for a child his age.”<br /><br />Excerpt from the sworn Affidavit of Mack Osborne to the Warren Commission dated May 18, 1964: “While I was in the United States Marine Corps, I served in Marine Air Control Squadron 9 in Santa Ana, California, with Lee Harvey Oswald. Prior to his discharge, I shared a room with him ... Oswald read a great deal, although I do not remember what sort of books he read. He also watched television and played chess.”<br /><br />Excerpt from the sworn Affidavit of Richard Dennis Call to the Warren Commission dated May 20, 1964: “From December, 1958, to December, 1959, I was stationed with Marine Air Control Squadron #9, Lighter Than Air Station, Santa Ana, California. During this time I made the acquaintance of Lee Harvey Oswald ... Oswald spent a great deal of time reading. I do not remember what he read, because he never talked about it. He also spent a great deal of time playing chess. I played chess with him about once a week; we were of approximately equal ability ... I had a chess set which contained red and white chessmen; Oswald always chose the red chessmen, making some remark to the effect that he preferred the ‘Red Army.’”<br /><br />Accompanied by a signed statement of Robert L. Oswald, brother of Lee Harvey Oswald: “To Whom It May Concern: My brother Lee was born in New Orleans in 1939. Lee and my mother moved back to New Orleans from New York City in January 1954 when Lee was 14. It was while he was living in New Orleans that my mother bought him a chess set with red and white pieces. When I was discharged from the U.S. Marine Corps in July 1955, I settled in Fort Worth, Texas. In the Summer of 1956, Mother and Lee moved from New Orleans to Ft. Worth where we shared an apartment. Over the years, four chess pieces were lost. I now transfer ownership of the remaining 28 chessmen, in the original ‘Tournament Chessmen by Lowe’ worn box, belonging to Lee to John Reznikoff of University Archives in Westport, Connecticut.”<br />

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        Cakes and Ale

      William Heinemann 1954 - Signed limited edition; one of 1,000 copies signed by W. Somerset Maugham and illustrator Graham Sutherland. White and blue leather over boards, in publisher's slip case. Near Fine, with slight discoloration to white spine leather, light musty odor to pages. Title label on spine is bright and unworn. In Near Fine slip case with light shelf wear. With original lithograph and illustrations by Graham Sutherland. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Burnside Rare Books]
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        The Cultivation of Christmas Trees. Ariel Poem.

      London Faber and Faber 1954 - First edition, inscribed by Eliot to his niece on the title-page: "Christmas Greetings/to Priscilla Talcott/from Uncle Tom/1954", 8vo., [4] pp., with two illustrations by David Jones, publisher's blue wrappers printed in black, sewn, a near fine copy. Eliot's poetic attempt to reconcile the divide that exists between a child's joy and an adult's fear in the face of the Christian faith, and explain why the two coexist and are bound to each other by necessity, echoing themes from his other poems including The Waste Land and Burnt Norton. The cultivation of Christmas trees acts as a metaphor for keeping fresh & green that memory of childhood wonder whilst simultaneously attending to the soul's preparation for everlasting life. This poem was part of Faber & Faber's second series of the 'Ariel Poems', and was Eliot's last separately published poem. In the original postal envelope with Talcott's address written in Eliot's hand (envelope worn with tears and glue remnants). Priscilla Talcott Spahn (née Priscilla Stearns Talcott) was Eliot's great-niece, and the last living relative to have known and had a personal relationship with T.S. Eliot. Gallup A66. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books]
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        XXe siècle. Nouvelle série, No. 4 (double). Rapport sur l'art figuratif [WITH 4 ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS]

      Paris: XXe siècle, 1954. First edition. Quarto; 79 pp. Original wrappers. With four original lithographs in color by Alfred Manessier, Jean Arp (2) and Victor Vasarely, and an original cover by Miro. Very good indeed, with only traces of edgewear. Top right corner bumped. Binding tight. Clean and bright. Scarce in this condition. Text in French. Shelved in Case #11. Dupont.

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books ]
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        Moshe Dayan

      , July 19, 1954. July 19, 1954. Original Second Army shoulder sleeve insignia, 2” x 2.5”, mounted on a 5.75” x 4” card, calligraphed in upper case lettering: “Presented to / Major General / Moshe Dayan / Chief of Staff / Israel Defense Forces / as a Souvenir of his Visit to / Headquarters Second Army / 19 July 1954.” Fine condition. The Second U.S. Army was formed on October 15, 1918, four weeks before the armistice ending World War I was signed. On November 11, 1918, the Second Army was advancing on German positions when word was received of the end of hostilities, making it one of the last units to fight in the“war to end all wars.” The motto of the field army was “Second to None.” On January 1, 1966, at Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, the First and Second U.S. Armies merged, and the Second Army was inactivated; the new First Army relocated from Fort Jay, Governors Island, New York, to Fort Meade. On July 13, 1954, Major General Moshe Dayan, Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Col. Chaim Herzog, military, naval, and air attaché, Col. Yitzhak Rabin, IDF Director of Training, and Lieut. Col. Matityahu Peled, assistant IDF Director of Training, arrived in Washington for a three week tour of U.S. military installations as a guest of the U.S. Army. On July 19th, future Israeli Defense and Foreign Minister Dayan, future Israeli President Herzog, future Israeli General and Prime Minister Rabin, and future General Peled made an official visit to Fort Meade and Second Army Headquarters and witnessed the Third Armored Cavalry Regiment stage a tactical demonstration. Before leaving, Major Gen. Dayan was presented with the Second Army’s patch by Lt. Gen. Floyd L. Parks, Commanding General, Second Army.

      [Bookseller: University Archives ]
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        Portraits.

      Monte Carlo: Sauret, 1954.(). Lacking the original lithograph frontispiece. No. 1962 of 2850 numbered copies. 13 x 10 inches (315 x 245 mm). 153 pp. Text in French. 60 duotone lithographic plates after drawings by Matisse plus 33 hand-mounted color plates. Color lithographic wrappers with an original design by Matisse printed by Mourlot; very good in glassine protective wrapper, in very good chemise and good slipcase with splits along edges. Duthuit, Catalogue raisonné des Ouvrages illustrés, no. 33. Very good, with some wear along edges of spine ends.

      [Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books]
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        The Hobbit or There and Back Again

      Reprint. Second edition, sixth impression. In tenth impression dust-wrapper. First published in 1937. Original green cloth. Illustrated by the author. Cloth very slightly faded on spine and rear board. D/w spine tanned with tiny chips at head and tail. Near fine in near fine dust-wrapper.

      [Bookseller: Anthony Smith Books]
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        XXe siècle. Nouvelle série, No. 4 (double). Rapport sur l'art figuratif [WITH 4 ORIGINAL LITHOGRAPHS]

      XXe siècle, Paris 1954 - Quarto; 79 pp. Original wrappers. With four original lithographs in color by Alfred Manessier, Jean Arp (2) and Victor Vasarely, and an original cover by Miro. Very good indeed, with only traces of edgewear. Top right corner bumped. Binding tight. Clean and bright. Scarce in this condition. Text in French. Shelved in Case #11. Dupont. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA]
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        IMPROVISATIONS 1954 : Artists Equity Spring Fantasia Masquerade Ball

      Artists Equity Association, New York 1954 - Quarto. Illustrated stiff wraps, plastic comb binding. From the colophon page: "This is Volume V of Improvisations. First conceived in 1950 from an idea by Julio de Diego, Improvisations has been accepted as a novel and original medium by advertisers in sympathy with the ideals of the Artists Equity Association. The member-artists who illustrated this journal were in most cases selected by the advertisers from our membership list and were given complete freedom of expression. Each page was designed by the artist directly on the litho plate, thus making this a collection of original lithographs." Contains works by forty-nine artists including Chaim Gross, Jacob Lawrence, Jack Levine, Ben Shahn, Louise Nevelson, and Raphael Soyer. Printed in color or monochrome on a variety of paper stocks. Very Good indeed, very tight and clean internally, with only the slightest soiling to rear wrapper. Shelved in Case #11. Dupont. First edition. Limited edition of 2000 copies, of which this is number 1315. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA]
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        Ginza Kaiwai/ginza Haccho: The 1954 True First Edition

      Tokyo, Japan: Toho-Shuppan Publishing(1954). First Edition / First Printing. Fine in Fine Dust Jacket. 364 pages. Artist Book. Two-volume book on subject. One of the greatest collectible book discoveries of our time. The First Edition. Precedes and should not be confused with all other subsequent editions. Published in a small and limited first print run in this unique format only. The limitation is not known. There is no ISBN. The First Edition is now rare. An austerely elegant production by Toho-Shuppan: Boxed Set consisting of two volumes, both of which are encased in the publisher's original cardboard box. Volume One, "Ginza Kaiwai", is a book-length account on the world-famous Tokyo district. The text by Kimura Shohachi is interspersed with "ukiyo-e" woodblock print reproductions by Hiroshige, black-and-white photographs by Yoshikatsu Kanno, maps, and reproductions of original drawings. Publisher's original promotional leaflet laid-in. Publisher's original rice-paper-wrapped slipcase with pictorial labels pasted in front and on the spine. In publisher's original rice-paper DJ, as issued. Volume Two, "Ginza Haccho", consists of Yoshikazu Suzuki's photographic re-construction of Ginza in an accordion foldout format. A marvel of publishing ingenuity: Two continuous plates present Every Building On Ginza Street, one across the top, the other across the bottom, with text in the center. The accordion is encased in pale green hard boards with red titles in front. Without DJ, as issued. Presents "Ginza Kaiwai/Ginza Haccho". Masterpiece. Ostensibly, the precursor of Ed Ruscha's "Every Building On The Sunset Strip" (1966). "Ginza Kaiwai/Ginza Haccho" is first of all, two books, both of them realized to the superior standards that one has come to expect of Japanese publishing. Second, the concept and realization of "Ginza Haccho" is the same as Ed Ruscha's most celebrated Artist Book, except that the former precedes the latter by thirteen years. Calling "Ginza Haccho" the "Japanese Every Building On The Sunset Strip", as some commentators have done, is racist, and the appellation suggests that "Ginza Haccho" followed rather than preceded Ruscha. Whether Ruscha was aware of "Ginza Haccho" or not is irrelevant. Yoshikazu Suzuki did it first, brilliantly so, and just as important, its precedence does not in any way diminish Ed Ruscha's achievement either. An absolute "must-have" title for Yoshikazu Suzuki, photography, and Artist Book collectors. This title is a great book. This is one of very few copies of the First Edition/First Printing still available online, is enclosed in a hand-made protective black cloth slipcase for posterity, and is in especially fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a beauty. It is, quite simply, the single most beautiful copy we have ever seen. Please note: The few copies that have turned up online all have major flaws (heavy foxing, staining, soiling, and wear as well as intrusive repairs). As collectors realize the importance of "Ginza Kaiwai/Ginza Haccho" in the history of modern book-making, its value will increase accordingly. A rare copy thus. One of the greatest Artist Books of our time. A fine collectible copy. .

      [Bookseller: ModernRare]
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        Verve The French Review of Art Vol VIII, nos 29 et 30 Suite de 180 dessins de Picasso

      Paris: Verve, 1954. Name to front end paper. No other marks or inscriptions to contents. No creasing to covers or to spine. A very clean very tight copy with faint marks to front board, none to rear, a little foxing to end papers, very small piece missing from upper front spine corner (see image), and no bumping to corners. Unpaginated. pp. Double number of Verve devoted to Picasso. Cover executed specially by the artist - red front, blue rear. With twelve tissue-guarded colour lithographs and 168 plates produced by Picasso at the age of 72 between mid-December 1953 and the end of January 1954. Text in English.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 14.25 x 10.75 Inches.

      [Bookseller: Godley Books]
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        A Collection of Vintage Hot Rod-Themed Magazines from the Early 1950s (February 1952-September 1954)

      Los Angeles/Glendale, 1954. Original wraps. Very Good +. A nice collection of 35 magazines from the early 1950s devoted to hot rod culture, particularly in Southern California. All are uniformly digest-sized and all are VG+ or better in their wonderful pictorial wrappers. The collection is bound into 3 separate black masonite binders, which undoubtedly helps to account for the crisp, very sharp condition of the magazines. The breakdown is as follows: "Rod & Custom": Sept. '53-Sept. '54 (missing Oct. '53); "Honk!: Custom Cars/Hot Rods": May '53-Sept. '53; "Hop Up: Custom Hints--How to Paint a Car": Feb.-March '52, Aug.-Nov. '52, Jan.-Feb. '53; and "Car Craft: Custom Cars/Hot Rods" (formerly "Honk!"): Dec. '53-Sept. '54"

      [Bookseller: Appledore Books, ABAA]
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        Verve. The French Review of Art. Vol. VIII, nos 29 et 30. Suite de 180 dessins de Picasso

      Name to front end paper. No other marks or inscriptions to contents. No creasing to covers or to spine. A very clean very tight copy with faint marks to front board, none to rear, a little foxing to end papers, very small piece missing from upper front spine corner (see image), and no bumping to corners. Unpaginated. pp. Double number of Verve devoted to Picasso. Cover executed specially by the artist - red front, blue rear. With twelve tissue-guarded colour lithographs and 168 plates produced by Picasso at the age of 72 between mid-December 1953 and the end of January 1954. Text in English.

      [Bookseller: Godley Books]
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        THE FABLES OF LA FONTAINE

      New York: Viking(1954). First Edition, Illustrated with a frontispiece. The first edition of this translation, suggested by W.H. Auden, this one of the 400 numbered and SIGNED copies. In addition this copy is INSCRIBED by the translator to Hannah Josephson "with love" on 17 May 1954 and SIGNED in full with two minor text corrections in Moore's hand. And Moore has also penned an ORIGINAL 5-line poem beginning "to leopard Hannah." A unique copy., Largely unopened. Spine lightly sunned. Near Fine in glassine dustwrapper, lacking the slipcase

      [Bookseller: Charles Agvent, ABAA]
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        Desert Vivant.

      Paris: Societe Francaise Du Livre, 1954.. SIGNED FIRST EDITION. Quarto. A fine copy, respined in cloth to style. Inscribed by the great and powerful Mr. Disney in customary flamboyant style to the verso of the half title. A sumptuous photographic collection of the animals and scenery of the Living Desert. One of a series of Disney helmed 'Documentary Art Books' usually accompanied by films dealing with all aspects of the wonder of the natural world in both photographs and text from aquatic birds to the lions of Africa. This copy packed to the gills with detailed laid-on photographs of the flora and fauna of the desert regions; everything from prairie dogs evading snakes to the maternal instincts of scorpions.

      [Bookseller: Adrian Harrington Rare Books]
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        THE CAVES OF STEEL

      Doubleday & Company, Inc, Garden City, NY 1954 - Approx. 5.75" x 8.5" VG hardcover in VG blue dustjacket with red accent and white lettering. Ex-library with associated stamps and markings, including subtle abrasion to front and rear pastedowns as from removal of pocket or stickers. Gently cocked, lightly soiled boards rubbed and fraying at corners and spine ends. Multiple small chips to crinkled and abraded corresponding areas of age-toned jacket, now protected in clear mylar overlay; significant shallow creases across surfaces. Wear along stress lines; rear book flap has separated completely from jacket rear, but is present and protected in Brodart. Dampstain has darkened jacket rear. Text block near spine head continues dampstain with no discernible bleed-through to interior of book beyond subtle browning to gutter of hinges at rear endpapers, which are starting, and at next-to-last pages. Similarly, faint dampstain near bottom of deckled text block fore-edge seeps only to ffep, half-title page and list of author's previous works; front hinges also starting. Mild foxing to a few interior pages; volume otherwise clean and tight throughout. Case #8. Dupont. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Casino Royale

      The Macmillan Company, New York 1954 - First Printing. Hardcover. Green cloth. Slight lean to spine, head and tail creased. Extremities rubbed, corners slightly bumped. Endpapers and edges foxed. Bookplate on paste-down endpaper. Dust jacket faded and soiled with small chips and tears, flaps foxed. Author's first book. Larry McMurtry's copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Die Fragmente der griechischen Historiker: Dritter Teil : Geschichte von Staedten und Voelkern (Horographie und Ethnographie) ( 2 Textbände, Supplement Vol. I und II, Noten )

      Brill, 1954-1958. - 6 Bände : Autoren ueber einzelne Länder (Erster und zweiter Band), Supplement in zwei Bänden und Kommentar und Noten jeweils zu Nr. 297-607 , Preise inkl. Mwst. , Preis inkl. MwSt. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 6575

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        Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Volumes 1-65

      Amsterdam (latterly, Blaricum, Roosendaal, Rotterdam), Menno Hertzberger (latterly, Van Gendt & Co.; Koninklijke Van Poll; Sound & Vision Interactive), 1954-2002. Seventy-four volumes (29 cm), numbered 1-65 (plus supplementary vols. numbered 12A, 13A, 14A, 14B, 15A, 15B, 24A, 26A, 50A). Uniform publisher's cloth, gilt; printed dust jackets. - A fine run of the Hollstein "German" series, comprising all volumes published before 2006 (Achen - Solis, 1-3), in superb condition in original dust jacket. Many of the earlier volumes have passed out of print: at time of writing (February 2014), twenty-three volumes are no longer available from the publisher (vols. 1-6, 8-12, 13, 16-23, 27-28); seventeen further volumes have been published (vols. 66-82; vols. 63-70, 75-76, 79-82 are also appear in the "New Hollstein German series"). Volumes 66-82 are obtainable from Sound & Vision Publishers (price €465 each; www.hollstein.com). ¶ Dust jackets on the earliest volumes spotted (spines only); overall an exceptionally fresh set with few signs of use. Provenance: Maria Conradt (Das Bücherkabinett, Hamburg), sale by Zisska & Kistner, Auktion 30, Munich, 28-31 October 1997, lot 2325 (vols. 1-43); the publishers (vols. 44-61 and supplement 50a). [Volume 1] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Achen - Altdorfer;(28 cm), (8) 276 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann von Achen (1546-1620), Hans Adelhauser (fl. 1562-1572), Heinrich Aldegrever (1502?-1558?), Albrecht Altdorfer (1480?-1538), Erhard Altdorfer. "Mr Hollstein seems to me to have embarked on one of the most ambitious undertakings in the whole record of Iconography, and if he should have the fortune to bring it to completion, he will deserve the congratulation and gratitude of all students of engraving" (from the Preface by A.M. Hind).[Volume 2] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Altzenbach - B. Beham;(28 cm), (4) 252 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Wilhelm Altzenbach (1655-1685), Christopher Amberger (1505-1562), Karl Gustav von Amling (1651-1702), Jeremias Ammann (1655-1676), Jost Amman (1539-1591), Nicolaus Andrea (1568-1611), Thomas Anshelm (1465-1524), Hans Baldung Grien (1484-1545), Hieronymus Bang (1553-1633), Johann Wilhelm Baur (1607-1642), Leonhard Beck (1475-1547), Barthel Beham (1502-1540).[Volume 3] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Hans Sebald Beham;(28 cm), (4) 302 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of prints by Hans "Sebald" Beham (1500-1550): 1648 prints by, 220 after.[Volume 4] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Beischlag - Brosamer;(28 cm), (4) 278 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Christoph Beischlag (1645-1712), Jakob Binck (1500-1569), Jörg Breu I (1470-1542), Hans Brosamer (1495-1559).[Volume 5] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Brucker - Coriolanus;(28 cm), (4) 198 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Franz Brun (fl. 1559-1596), Hans Burgkmair I (1473-1531), Ludolph Büsinck (Busing) (1599/1602-1669), Johann Bussenmacher (1575-1618), Balthazar Caimox (1588-1640), Franz Clein (1582-1658).[Volume 6] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Cranach - Drusse;(28 cm), (4) 235 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Lucas Cranach I (1472-1553), Lucas Cranach II (1515-1586), Ulrich von Cranach (1645-1705), Dietrich Crüger (1570-1629), Dominicus Custos (1550-1555), Raphael Custos (1585-1656), Nikolas Manuel Deutsch (1479-1535), Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch (1525-1571), Wendel Dietterlin I (1550-1599), Wendell Dietterlin II (1610-1620), Nikolaus Drusse (1579-1634).[Volume 7] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Albrecht and Hans Dürer;(28 cm), 279 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of prints by Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528): 295 prints by, about 28 books illustrated by. Also describes (pp.278-279) seven prints by Hans Dürer (1498-1538). Meder's arrangement of the prints is followed and enhanced by locating where the best impressions are preserved.[Volume 8] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Dürr - Friedrich;(28 cm), 188 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Georg Christoph II Eimmart (1638-1704), Anton Eisenhoit (1553-1603), Georg Fennitzer (1670-1705), Paul Flindt (1596-1623), Peter Flötner (1480-1551). Hans Ulrich Franck(h) (1602-1680), Franz Friedrich (1515-1588).[Volume 9] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Andreas Fröhlich to Andreas Gentzsch;(28 cm), 199 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Andreas Frölich (1645-1705), Adam Fuchs (1535-1611), Sebastian Furck (1600-1655), Andreas Gentzsch (1595-1621).[Volume 10] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Georg (Jörg) to After Johann Andreas Graf;(28 cm), 223 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Matthias Gerung (1495-1575), Johannes Glauber (1646-1726), Georg Glockendon I (1484-1514), Johann Andreas Graf (1637-1701).[Volume 11] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Urs Graf;(28 cm), 196 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of prints by Urs Graf (1480-1533). 403 entries.[Volume 12] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Conrad Grale to Johann Georg Guttwein;(28 cm), 241 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Conrad Grale (1609-1635), Johann Friedrich Greuter (1590-1662), Joseph Greuter (1645-1655), Matthäus Greuter (1564-1638), Simon Grimm (1654-1669), Johann Caspar Guttwein, Johann Georg Guttwein (1693-1723).[Volume 12A] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Nicolaus Häublin to Nikolaus Hautt;(28 cm), 214 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Nicolaus Häublin (1645-1685), Melchior Hafner II (1655-1709), Jakob Hagenbach (1553-1563), Daniel Hailer I (1616-1630), Martin Hailler (1666-1680), Elias Hainzelmann (1640-1693), Johann Hainzelmann (1641-1700), Johann Halver (1595-1630), Fritz Hamer (1501-1556), Johannes Hanias (1645-1675), Marx (Marc) Anton Hannas (died 1676), Johann Oswald Harms (1643-1708), Philipp Harpff (1611-1647), Bernard Hartfeldt (1635-1675), Wolfgang Hartmann (1625-1665), Georg Hauer (Hayer) (1559-1614), Johann Hauer (1586-1660), Clemens Hautt (1635-1645), David Nikolaus Hautt (1631-1662), Nikolaus Hautt (1641-1675).[Volume 13] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Leonhard Heckenauer II to Stephan Hermann;(28 cm), 228 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Leonhard Heckenauer II (1650-1704), Johann Wilhelm Heel (1637-1709), Frate Heinrich, Elias Christoph Heiss (1660-1731), Melchior Heller (1601-1634), Hans Hellwig (1575-1585), Johann Georg Hellwig (1675-1705), Abraham Helmhack (1654-1724), Hieronymus von Hensbergen (1655-1695), Georg Hermann (1579-1603), Johann Hermann II (1636-1663), Stephan Hermann (1563-1601).[Volume 13A] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Jacob van der Heyden to Nikolaus Hogenberg;(28 cm), 288 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Jacob van der Heyden (1573-1645), Peter Hille (1545-1579), Georg Hipschmann (1630-1656), Sigmund Gabriel Hipschmann (1627-1687), Thomas Hirschmann (1665-1696), Augustin Hirschvogel (1503-1553), Michael Conrad Hirt (1614-1694), Hans Hirtz (1585-1604), Johann Caspar Höckner (1629-1670), Johann Lorenz Hoenig (1690-1715), E. Conrad Hoffmann (1645-1655), Jakob Hoffmann (1678-1710), Nicolas Hogenberg (1495-1544).[Volume 14] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Ambrosius Holbein to Hans Holbein the Younger;(28 cm), 212 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Ambrosius Holbein (1489-1524), Hans Holbein I (1460-1529), Hans Holbein II (1497-1543).[Volume 14A] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Hans Holbein the younger [continued];(28 cm), 212 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 14B] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Hans Holbein the younger [continued];(28 cm), 215 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 15] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Elias Holl to Hieronymus Hopfer;(28 cm), 251 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Elias Holl (1611-1657), Heinrich Holtzmüller (1534-1564), Daniel Hopfer I (1465-1541), Hieronymus Hopfer (1520-1568).[Volume 15A] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Lambert Hopfer to Sebastian Jenet;(28 cm), 236 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Lambert Hopfer (1520-1555), Erasmus Hornick (1550-1588), Andreas Huber (1545-1580), Wolfgang Huber (1485-1558), Donat Hübschmann (1535-1588), Peter Isselburg (1568-1630), Jacob von Strassburg (1489-1535), Christoph Jamnitzer (1563-1618), Wenzel Jamnitzer I (1508-1586), Johannes Jenet (1595-1632), Sebastian Jenet (1635-1665).[Volume 15B] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Balthasar Jenichen to David Kandel;(28 cm), 245 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Balthasar Jenichen (1555-1626), Johann Mathias Kager (1575-1634), Albrecht Christian Kalle (1625-1675), David Kandel (1515-1601).[Volume 16] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Hans Ludwig Kandtpaltung to Bartholomeus II Kilian;(28 cm), 204 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Hans Ludwig Kandtpaltung (1571-1597), Rutger Kasemann (1595-1655), Georg Keller (1568-1634), Johann Kellerthaler II (1605-1630), Eberhard Kieser (1609-1623), Bartholomeus Kilian II (1630-1696).[Volume 17] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Lucas Kilian to Philipp Kilian;(28 cm), 200 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Lucas Kilian (1579-1637), Phillip Kilian (1628-1693).[Volume 18] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Philipp Kilian (continued) to Wolfgang Kilian;(28 cm), 208 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Phillip Kilian (1628-1693); Wolfgang Kilian (1581-1662).[Volume 19] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. After Franz Kirchmaier to Johanna Sibylla Küsel;(28 cm), 224 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Franz Kirchmaier (died 1589), Andreas Kohl (1624-1657), Gabriel Kram(m)er (1593-1616), Johann Urlich Krauss (1655-1719), Ludwig Krug (1490-1532), Johanna Christina Küsel (1660-1705), Johanna Sibylla Küsel (1645-1722).[Volume 20] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Maria Magdalena Küsel to Johann Christoph Laidig;(28 cm), 204 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Maria Magdalena Küsel 1683-1707), Maria Philippina Küsel (born 1676), Matthäus Küsel (1629-1681), Melchior Küsel (1626-1683), Hans Lachner (1575-1605), Johann Ladenspelder (1512-1561), Johann Christoph Laidig (1645-1722).[Volume 21] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Georg Lang to Hans Leinberger;(28 cm), 194 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Georg Lang (1545-1605), Moritz Lang (1645-1705), Hanns Lautensack (1524-1566), Wolfgang Lazius (1514-1565), Jakob Lederlein (1570-1605), Hans Leinberger (1511-1535).[Volume 22] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Leipolt to Melchior Lorch;(28 cm), 228 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Leipolt (1615-1625), Georg Lemberger (1490-1545), Diederich Lemkus (1685-1705), Conrad Lempel (1595-1625), Elias van Lennep (1660-1699), Heinrich van Lennep (died 1710), Johann Martin Lerch (1655-1690), Kaspar Letter II (1636-1703), Hans Leu II (1485-1536), Gottfried Christian Leygebe (1630-1683), Johann Lieffkopp (1675-1685), Johann Linck (1654-1716), Jacob Lindmitz (1623-1676), Georg Nikolaus List (1648-1677), D. Löffler (1675-1685), Johann Eckhard Löffler (1625-1675), Johann Heinrich Löffler (1599-1685), Melchior Lorichs (1527-1594).[Volume 23] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Erasmus Loy to Jakob Mayr;(28 cm), (4) 281 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Erasmus Loy (1515-1575), Jakob Lucius (1525-1602), Andreas Luining (1584-1598),Mair von Landshut (1485-1525), Alexander Mair (1554-1621), Isaak Major (1576-1630), Daniel Manasser (1628-1642), Lucas Mayer (1561-1595), Jacob Mayr (1575-1585).[Volume 24] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Israhel van Meckenem : Text;(28 cm), xix (1), 241 (1) pp., illustrations. Loosely inserted: "Errata XXIV-XXIVA". Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of prints by Israhel van Meckenem II (1435-1508): 630 by; 8 retouched by Israhel van Meckenem, 1 rejected.[Volume 24A] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Israhel van Meckenem : Plates;(28 cm), (4) 259 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 25] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johan Ulrich Mayr to Matthaeus Merian the Elder;(28 cm), 217 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johan Ulrich Mayr (1625-1709), Hans Meichsner (1620-1630), Melchior Meier (1567-1587), Augustin Mellis (1531-1567), Balthasar Menz (1595-1605), Hans Jakob Merian I (1595-1625), Johanna Helena Merian (1668-1700), Kaspar Merian (1627-1686), Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717), Matthäus Merian I (1593-1650).[Volume 26] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Matthaeus Merian the Elder (continued);(28 cm), 230 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Matthäus Merian I (1593-1650).[Volume 26A] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Matthaeus Merian the Elder (continued) to Matthaeus Merian the Younger;(28 cm), 216 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Matthäus Merian I (1593-1650); Matthäus Merian II (1621-1687).[Volume 27] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. P. Mertens to Johannes Meyer der Ältere;(28 cm), 198 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes P. Mertens (fl. 17th century), Christoph Metzger (1655-1687), Johann Jakob Metzger (1670-1680), Joseph Metzger (1531-1590), Raphael de Mey (1585-1595), Albert Meyer (1535-1545), Christoph Meyer (1581-1609), Conrad Meyer (1618-1689), Dietrich Meyer I (1572-1658), Dietrich Meyer II (1651-1733), Felix Meyer (1653-1713), Jakob Meyer (1614-1678), Joachim Meyer (1565-1575), Johannes Meyer I (1614-1666).[Volume 28] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johannes Meyer der Jüngere to Johann Reinhard Mühl;(28 cm), 204 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johannes Meyer II (1655-1712), Rudolph Theodor Meyer (1605-1638), Wolfgang Meyerpeck (1545-1600), Daniel Mignot (1588-1621), Johann Hartmann Miltz (1645-1655), Michael Minckh (1545-1555), Moritz Mittnacht (1620-1630), Swibertus Moden (1655-1665), Martin Mölck (1680-1724), Anton Möller I (1558-1616), Arnold Möller (1581-1655), J.N. (Justus) Mönch (fl. 1659-1677), Jakob Mörs I (1535-1617), Salomon Molitor (1551-1600), Martin Mölck (1680-1724), C. Mopper (fl. 1595-1605), Johann Kaspar Morff (1675-1715), Herman Mosting (1685-1695), Hans Müelich (1516-1573), Johann Reinhard Mühl (1631-1692).[Volume 29 Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Reinhard Mühl to Nickel Nehrlich the Elder;(28 cm), 260 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Johann Reinhard Mühl (1631-1692); includes Godfried Müller (1615-1661), Jacob Müller (1665-1708), Johann Jacob Müller (1670-1705), Andreas Paul Multz (1670-1685), Christoph Murer (1558-1614), Jos Murer (1530-1580), David de Negker (1525-1590), Jost de Negker (1475-1551), Nickel Nehrlich I (1522-1547).[Volume 30] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Nickel Nehrlich the younger to Michael Ostendorfer;(28 cm), 233 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Nickel Nehrlich II (1540-1612), Johann Nell (1545-1605), Elias Nessenthaler (1659-1747), Hieronymus Nützel (1579-1598), Peter Opel (1575-1600), Michael Ostendorfer (1485-1564).[Volume 31] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Michael Ostendorfer (continued) to Georg Pencz;(28 cm), 233 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Michael Ostendorfer (1485-1564); includes C. Ottenhofer (1670-1705), Jürgen Ovens (1623-1678), Johann Baptist Paravicini (fl. 1664-1676), Hans Paur (1440-1485), Georg Pecham (1588-1609), Georg Pencz (1495-1555).[Volume 32] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Perfert to Johann Praetorius;(28 cm), 232 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Perfert (died 1629), Nikolaus Person (1663-1715), Johann Pfann (1635-1685), Wilhelm Pfann (1675-1705), Christian Daniel Pietesch (1695-1705), Martin Pleginck (1570-1605), Johann Praetorius (1565-1624).[Volume 33] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Michael Pregel to Johann Reisenleither;(28 cm), 226 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Michael Pregel (fl. 1605-1626), Johann Michael Püchler (1675-1707), Herman Hendrick I de Quiter (1628-1708), Heinrich Raab (1655-1695), Hanns Friedrich Raidel (1608-1651), Erhard Reeuwich (1469-1489), Johann Reisenleither (fl. 1645-1655).[Volume 34] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Bartholomaeus Reiter to Gottfried Rogg;(28 cm), 229 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Bartholomäus Reiter (1578-1627), Matthaeus Rembold (1624-1662), Jeremias Renner (1650-1680), Wolfgang Resch (1475-1542), Christian Richter I (1589-1669), Gotthard Ringgli (1575-1635), Hans Rogel (1527-1598), Gottfried Rogg (1669-1742).[Volume 35] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Peter Rollos I to Christian Romstet;(28 cm), 221 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Peter Rollos I (1577-1649), Peter Rollos II (1645-1680), Christian Romstet (1640-1721).[Volume 36] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Ronzonius to Melchior Sachse;(28 cm), 204 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Ronzonius (1645-1655), Johann Heinrich Roos (1631-1685), Theodor Roos (1638-1687), Christian Lorensen Rothgiesser (1625-1664), Ruprecht Prinz von der Pfalz (1619-1682), Melchior Sachse II (1551-1591).[Volume 37] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. J.M. Sacerer to Peter Salzburger;(28 cm), 230 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes J.M. Sacerer (1595-1630), Franz Sadeler (born 1629), Johann Sadeler II 1588-1665, Philipp Sadeler 1595-1655, Tobias Sad(e)ler 1636-1684, Conrad Saldörffer (1558-1588), Peter Salzburger (1525-1535). Although Raphael II Sadeler (1584-1632) worked mostly in Munich, his work is treated in Dutch Hollstein (vol. 21, 1980).[Volume 38] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Jacob von Sandrart;(28 cm), 251 (1) pp., illustrations. Corrigenda sheet loosely inserted. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of prints by Jakob von Sandrart (1630-1708): 677 by, 50 edited by, 51 rejected.[Volume 39] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Jacob von Sandrart (continued);(28 cm), 253 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 40] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Jacob von Sandrart, Joachim von Sandrart the Younger, Johann von Sandrart, Johann Jacob von Sandrart, Lorenz von Sandrart;(28 cm), 256 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Joachim von Sandrart I (1606-1688), Joachim von Sandrart II (1668-1691), Johann von Sandrart (1627-1699), Johann Jacob von Sandrart (1655-1698), Lorenz von Sandrart (1677-1758).[Volume 41] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Susanna Maria von Sandrart;(28 cm), 304 pp., illustrations. "Addenda / Corrigenda" sheet loosely inserted. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of prints by Susanna Maria von Sandrart (1658-1716): 497 by, 2 rejected. Includes indexes for the four volumes documenting the work of the Sandrarts.[Volume 42] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Gordian Sanz to Hans Schäufelein;(28 cm), 234 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Gordian Sänz (Säntz) (c. 1660-1729), Johann Christoph Sartorius (1667-1744), Corwinian Saur (1585-1640), Johann Saur (1586-1641), Johannes Saur (1625-1643), Jonas Saur (1611-1626), P.L. Saur (1655-1665), H.L. Schärer (1605-1625), Hans Leonhard Schäufelein (1480-1540).[Volume 43] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Hans Schäufelein (continued);(28 cm), 222 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Hans Leonhard Schäufelein (1480-1540). The so-called "Monogrammist IS with the Shovel" has been omitted for separate cataloguing, despite his stylistic affinity with Schäufelein.[Volume 44] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Hans Schäufelein (continued) to Adolarius Schildknecht;(28 cm), 236 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Hans Leonhard Schäufelein (1480-1540); includes Crispin Scharffenberg (1500-1581), Georg Scharffenberg (1520-1598), Hubert Schaten (1670-1702), Andreas Scheits 1650-1740), Matthias Scheits (1625-1700), Adolarius Schildknecht (1664-1676).[Volume 45] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & Woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Reinhold Schildknecht to Conrad Schnitt;(28 cm), 291 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Reinhold Schildknecht (1644-1678), Christian Schmidt (1679-1705), Christoph Schmidt (1627-1682), Johannes Schmidt (1645-1705), Georg Jacob Schneider (1655-1726), Conrad Schnitt (1512-1546).[Volume 46] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Schnitzer [and] Lucas Schnitzer;(28 cm), 227 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Johann Schnitzer (1475-1485) evidently was a blockcutter (rather than a designer of woodcuts), whose name (Insculptum est per Johanne[m] Schnitzer de Armssheim) appears on a map of the world in Ptolemy's Cosmographia (Ulm 1482). Lucas Schnitzer (1595-1676) engraved 264 biblical illustrations, topographic views, portraits and broadsheets dealing with newsworthy events; his other profession was artilleryman, and he had a special interest in recording displays of fireworks.[Volume 47] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Erhard Schön;(28 cm), xxvii (1), 225 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of prints by Erhard Schön (1486-1547): 63 signed woodcuts, 118 attributed as "manner of" and 78 rejected. Book illustrations are described in volumes 50 and 50A.[Volume 48] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Erhard Schön (continued);(28 cm), (6) 241 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 49] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Ludwig Schongauer [and] Martin Schongauer;(28 cm), xlvii (1), 266 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of four prints by Ludwig Schongauer (1435-1494) and 116 by Martin Schongauer (1425-1496). Includes a list of books with illustrations copied after Martin Schongauer (pp.xxi-xxii). Schmitt concludes with a survey of Schongauer literature from Vasari to contemporary scholarship.[Volume 50] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Erhard Schön : Book illustrations, part 1;(28 cm), xxvi (2), 253 (1) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continuation of German Hollstein, vols. 47-48. Catalogue of book illustrations by Erhard Schön (1486-1547): 48 books with multiple illustrations by, 72 separately catalogued book illustrations, 52 tentatively attributed book illustrations, and 110 rejected illustrations. Signed woodcuts and unsigned attributions are described in volumes 47 and 48.[Volume 50A] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Erhard Schön : Book illustrations, part 2;(28 cm), (6) 321 (3) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 51] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Heinrich Schönfeldt to Johann C. Schott;(28 cm), (12) 250 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Heinrich Schönfeld (1609-1682/1683), Johann Jacob Schollenberger (1660-1700), Johann Carl Schott (1692-1702).[Volume 52] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Sigmund Schott to Lucas Schultes;(28 cm), (12) 254 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Sigmund Schott (1685-1702), Georg Schreiber (1600-1667), Nathanael von Schröder (1625-1690), Hans Friedrich Schrorer (1585-1654), Rodolff Schulte (1620-1630), Caspar Schultes (1601-1700), Hans Schultes I (1542-1619), Hans Schultes II (1618-1687), Johann Schultes (1583-1667), Lorentz Schultes (1577-1587), Lucas Schultes (1593-1634).[Volume 53] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Matthaüs Schultes to Cornelius Nicolaus Schurtz;(28 cm), (12) 264 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Matthäus Schultes (1656-1697), Caspar Schultz (1670-1680), Johann Bernhard Schultz (1683-1700), Cornelis Nicolaus Schurtz (1601-1700).[Volume 54] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Cornelius Nicolaus Schurtz (continued);(28 cm), (8) 220 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Cornelis Nicolaus Schurtz (1601-1700).[Volume 55] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Schuster to Hans Schwartzenberger;(28 cm), (12) 244 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Schuster (1667-1738), Balthasar Schwan (died 1624), Wilhelm Schwan (1616-1661), Hans Schwartzenberger (1522-1543).[Volume 56] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Christoph Schweitzer [and] Johann Schweizer;(28 cm), (12) 254 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Christoph Schweitzer (1545-1567) is here identified with the Monogrammist CS, who cut the views of cities for Sebastian Münster's Cosmographiae. Johann Schweizer (1625-1670) was a Swiss draughtsman and engraver working c. 1660-1670 at Darmstadt.[Volume 57] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Georg Schwertfeger to Johann Georg Seiller;(28 cm), (12) 208 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Georg Schwertfeger (1695-1705), Johann Jacob Sedelmayer (1690-1700), Johann Georg Seiller (1663-1740). Seiller specialised in portraits, but also produced 109 plates for J.-J. Manget's Theatrum anatomicum (Geneva 1716-1717).[Volume 58] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Georg Seiller (continued) to Johann Georg Seuffert;(28 cm), (12) 214 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Continues Johann Georg Seiller (1663-1740); includes G.C. Seitz (17th century), Johan Georg Seuffert (fl. 1691).[Volume 59] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Adam Seupel - Söckler;(28 cm), (12) 226 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Includes Johann Adam Seupel (1662-1717), Gregorius Sickinger (1558-1631), Ludwig von Siegen (1604-1685), Johann Smischek (1575-1655), Söckler (17th century). "The group of engravings attributed in various print rooms to the Nuremberg goldsmith Jonas Silber (active 1572-1589) which would otherwise have been found here, have been excluded for two reasons. Firstly, there is no clear evidence that Silber worked as a printmaker, and secondly the prints signed IS which have been attributed to him do not form a stylistically coherent group and would seem rather to have been executed in different hands" (from the Editorial).[Volume 60] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Sibmacher;(28 cm), xv (3), 249 (3) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - Catalogue of 1653 prints by Johann Sibmacher (fl. 1590-1611), with an unnumbered list of untraced prints (in volume 62, pp.275-278).[Volume 61] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Sibmacher (continued);(28 cm), (8) 274 (2) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 62] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Johann Sibmacher (continued);(28 cm), (8) 285 (3) pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 63] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Virgil Solis : Part I;(28 cm), xxvii (3), 226 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - The first of a three-volume catalogue of Virgilius Solis' single-sheet prints, which are largely intaglio, and which number just over 1000. The artist's book illustrations are described by Dieter Beaujean in five further volumes, published in 2006 (not offered here; available from the publisher, price €465 per volume: www.hollstein.com).[Volume 64] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Virgil Solis : Part II;(28 cm), (6) 302 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket.[Volume 65] Hollstein's German etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1400-1700. Virgil Solis : Part III;(28 cm), (6) 306 pp., illustrations. Publisher's cloth, printed dust jacket. - "Prints not traced" (pp.285-288, nos. 1039-1065).

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        Il Cicognara : Bibliografia dell'archeologia classica e dell'arte Italiana (Biblioteca Bibliografica Italica 6, 7, 10, 11, 19, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 32, 34)

      Florence, Sansoni, 1954-1967. Twelve fascicules (all published) in six volumes (25.5 × 18 cm), Part 1, vol. 1 (1954): 445 (7) pp. Entries 1-1416; vol. 2 (1955): 443 (3) pp. Entries 1417-2762. Part 2, vol. 1 (1957): 348 (2) pp. Entries 1-1097; vol. 2 (1957): 262 (2) pp. Entries 1098-2439; vol. 3 (1959): 363 (3) pp. Entries 2440-3636; vol. 4, part 1 (1961): 413 (3) pp. Entries 3637-5829; vol. 4, part 2 (1962): 413 (1) pp. Entries 5830-7901; vol. 4, part 3 (1962): 314 (2) pp. Entries 7902-8405; vol. 4, part 4 (1963): 333 (1) pp. Entries 8406-10,296. Part 2, vol. 2, part 5 (1965): 396 (2) pp. Entries 10,297-12,416; vol. 2, part 6 (1965): 350 (2) pp. Entries 12,417-14,172; Part 2, volume 2, part 7 (1967): 712 (2) pp. Indexes. Bound in quarter-morocco, a collector's binding. ¶ Edition limited to 666 copies (respectively nos. 286, 275, 541, 298, 499, 323, 293, 557, 342, 38, 107, 550). Immaculate set.

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        The Fellowship of the Ring Signed J.R.R. Tolkien

      UK: George Allen & Unwin, 1954. 1st Edition 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Fine/Very Good. The Fellowship of the Ring Signed by J.R.R. Tolkien First Edition Second Impression George Allen & Unwin 1954. No inscriptions, completely unmarked and unblemished throughout. No foxing or browning. Fold out map still present and without fault. A fine copy in original near VG dust jacket, not price clipped. SIGNED by J.R.R. Tolkien to smartly mounted signature slip on half title page (measures 104 x 65mm).

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        Publications of Dennis E. Rhodes : A Collection of Offprints, 1954-2007

      Charlottesville, London, Mainz, etc., 1954-2007. Comprehensive archive of the publications of D.E. Rhodes, the doyen of Italian bibliography. The 322 offprints are organised according to checklists prepared by Denis V. Reidy, "Bibliography of the published works of Dennis E. Rhodes, to the end of September 1992" (in The Italian Book 1465-1800: Studies presented to Dennis E. Rhodes on his 70th birthday, edited by Denis V. Reidy, London: The British Library, 1993, pp.363-386); Alessandro Scarsella, "Metodologia bibliografica e storia del libro" (in Miscellanea Marciana 9-10, 1995-1996, pp.6-8), and Carlo Dumontet, "Bibliografia delle pubblicazioni di Dennis E. Rhodes: fine 1996-marzo 2013" (in La Bibliofilia 115, 2013, pp.227-234). ¶ In the publishers' printed wrapper, or as issued, and mostly in perfect state of preservation. The numerals in ink on covers were added by D.E. Rhodes. Publications of Dennis E. RhodesA Collection of offprints, 1954-2007 322 offprints (various formats), in the publishers' printed wrapper, or as issued, and mostly in perfect state of preservation. The numerals in ink on covers were added by D.E. Rhodes. abbreviationsreidy (nos. 1-439)Denis V. Reidy, 'Bibliography of the published works of Dennis E. Rhodes, to the end of September 1992' in The Italian Book 1465-1800: Studies presented to Dennis E. Rhodes on his 70th birthday, edited by Denis V. Reidy (London: The British Library, 1993), pp.363-386 scarsella (nos. 440-473)Alessandro Scarsella, in 'Metodologia bibliografica e storia del libro' in Miscellanea Marciana 9-10 (1995-1996), pp.6-8 dumontet (nos. 474-565)Carlo Dumontet, 'Bibliografia delle pubblicazioni di Dennis E. Rhodes: fine 1996-marzo 2013' in La Bibliofilia 115 (2013), pp.227-234 1954 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The British Museum's copy of a rare book from Brescia: a problem in dating [Giordano Ruffo, Arte de cognoscere la natura d' cauael, translated by Gabriele Buono, Brescia: Thomas Ferrandus, c. 1504]from: Studies in Bibliography 6 (1954), pp.231-232¶ Inscribed 'V.S. [Victor Scholderer] from D.E.R. 4/54'Reidy 6 1955 Rhodes (Dennis E.)To Victor Scholderer, a birthday greeting [checklist of Scholderer's publications, 1900-1955, compiled to honour his 75th birthday]from: The Library, fifth series, 10 (1955), pp.153-162Reidy 20 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Filippo Nuvolone of Mantua, 1436-1478. A supplement to the work of Giuseppe Zontafrom: Rinascimento 5 (1954), pp.294-298Reidy 22 1956 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Variants in the 1479 Oxford Edition of Aristotle's Ethics from: Studies in Bibliography 8 (1956), pp.209-211Reidy 24 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Santiago de Compostela and its early indulgences [seven printed 1497-1505 are listed]from: The Library, fifth series, 11 (1956), pp.41-44¶ Argues printing brought to Santiago de Compostela about 1578; copy annotated by author: 'N.B. - F.J. Norton later proved that my conclusions were wrong'.Reidy 25 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two notable acquisitions of Spanish Incunabla [St. Thomas Aquinas, Commentum in libros Ethicorum Aristotelis (Barcelona: Peter Brun & Nicolaus Spindeler, 15 June 1478); Nicolaus Perottus, Rudimenta grammaticae (Barcelona: Johannes de Salsburga & Paulus (Hurus) de Constantia, 12 December 1475)]from: British Museum Quarterly 20 (1956), pp.56-57Reidy 27 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first Karen dictionary [Jonathan Wades' dictionary, printed 1843-1844 at the press of the American Baptist Mission at Tavoy]from: British Museum Quarterly 20 (1956), pp.58-59Reidy 28 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The "Quodlibeta" of Petrus Joannes Olivi [printed at Venice by Lazaro de' Soardi c. 1505; wrongly considered an incunable by Copinger 4986 and Reichling III, p.161]from: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 50 (1956), pp.85-87Reidy 29 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A bibliography of Mantua. I. 1472-1498from: La Bibliofilia 57 (1955), pp.173-187Reidy 30 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Volcanoes, variants, and the S.T.C. [STC 13147, printed by John Wolfe in 1592; supplements his 'A Volcano for the S.T.C.' in The Library, fifth series, 9 (1954), pp.265-267 (Reidy 12)]from: The Library, fifth series, 11 (1956), pp.282-283Reidy 34 1957 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Provost Argentine of King's and his booksfrom: Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 2 (1956), no. 3, pp.205-212Reidy 35 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Alcune opere introvabili di Colantonio Denticefrom: Rinascimento 6 (1955), pp.372-374Reidy 36 Rhodes (Dennis E.) Monumenta Ordinis Fratrum Minorum [constitutions and papal privileges of the Franciscan Order in Spain, formerly ascribed to Lyon, Cleyn, 1504; here shown to be published at Leipzig, by Lotter, 1506-1510]from: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 50 (1956), pp.375-378Reidy 37 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The early bibliography of Southern Italy, V: Foggia [1645-1669], Manfredonia [1680] and Barletta [1647]from: La Bibliofilia 58 (1956), pp.129-132Reidy 38 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Errori tipografici in una edizione cosentina del XVI secolo [Cosimo Morelli's Rime, printed by Andrea Riccio in 1595]from: Calabria Nobilissima 10 (1956), nos.31-32, pp.97-101Reidy 39 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A bibliography of Mantua. II: 1507-1521. III: Venturino Ruffinelli, 1544-1558from: La Bibliofilia 58 (1956), pp.161-175Reidy 40 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Works of Italian interest published in Great Britain January-December 1956from: Italian Studies 12 (1957), pp.131-142Reidy 42 Rhodes (Dennis E.La Bibliofiliafrom: The Library Chronicle (University of Pennsylvania) 23 (1957), pp.42-46Reidy 43 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Accertamenti su di un incunabolo di Pico della Mirandola [Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, Epistolae Aureae after 1495 (Hain 12995), wrongly given to a Mantua press in the catalogue of the Biblioteca Marciana]from: Lettere Italiane 9 (1957), pp.194-195Reidy 44 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A French refugee at Ludlow in 1800 [three books by J.F.O. Doudouit, French master at Ludlow Grammar School]from: Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological Society 55 (1955-1956), pp.174-176Reidy 45 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A bibliography of Mantua. IV: Giacomo Ruffinelli, 1547-1589from La Bibliofilia 59 (1957), pp.23-34Reidy 47 1958 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The continuity of typographical material in a group of early Salamanca books [successively in the hands of an anonymous printer of 1499; Juan de Porras; Hans Giesser; Laurentius de Liondedeis, a press he operated jointly with Alphonsus de Porras, and an anonymous printer working until c. 1530]from: The Library Chronicle 24 (1958), pp.13-17Reidy 50 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first book printed at Bari: additional notes [continues 'The first book printed at Bari' in Studies in Bibliography 7 (1955), pp.208-211 (Reidy 13)]from: Studies in Bibliography 11 (1958), pp.227-228Reidy 53 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Miscellanea di scritti vari in memoria di Alfonso Gallo (Florence 1956) [book reviewed includes articles by Alfred Carter on Giorgio Reverdino; articles on the C15 libraries of the monasteries of S. Domenico at Perugia and S. Romano at Lucca]from: The Journal of Documentation (ASLIB) 14 (1958), pp.22-23Reidy 54 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Jacobino Suigo vendicato a Vercelli ed incriminato a Lione [printer at Venice 1475-1485, thereafter at San Germano, Vercelli, Chivasso, Venice, Turin, and Lyon]from: La Bibliofilia 59 (1957), pp.113-118Reidy 56 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A bibliography of Mantua. V: Philoterpses and Clidanus Philoponi [active at Mantua 1562-1569]from: La Bibliofilia 59 (1957), pp.143-146Reidy 57 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: F.J. Norton, Italian printers, 1501-1520. An annotated list, with an introduction (London 1958)from: Italian Studies 13 (1958), pp.118-121Reidy 58 Rhodes (Dennis E.) The Remorse of Conscience [anonymous poem in the form of a dialogue between God and Man, STC 20882-20883, printed c. 1510 and c. 1515]from: The Library, fifth series, 13 (1958), pp.199-200Reidy 63 1959 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The early bibliography of Southern Italy: VI: Brindisi [with an addendum note on Foggia]from: La Bibliofilia 61 (1959), pp.52-54Reidy 67 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An unrecorded Dutch Indulgence of 1487 [printed before 26 April by the Printer of the Indulgence of 1486]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1959, pp.61-62Reidy 68 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Ernesto Gorini, Edizioni vercellesi del Seicento (Parma 1958) ['there is no doubt that Vercelli books of the seventeenth-century are all rare: I have yet to find one in the British Isles']from: The Library, fifth series, 14 (1959), pp.141-142Reidy 69 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Libellus de natura animalium. A fifteenth century Bestiary. Reproduced in facsimile with an introduction by J.I. Davis (London 1958) [printed 1508]from: The Library, fifth series, 14 (1959), pp.220-221Reidy 71 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two editions of Pelbartus de Temesvár [his Pomerium de Sanctis printed by Johann Otmar at Augsburg c. 1502-1504; his Sermones de Tempore printed at Lyon by Jacobus Sacon for Anton Koberger of Nuremberg 1509]from: British Museum Quarterly 21 (1959), pp.87-88Reidy 74 1960 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A post-incunable edition of Aesop [GKW 437b, probably printed c. 1515]from: The Library, fifth series, 15 (1960), pp.281-282Reidy 75 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The early bibliography of Southern Italy. VII: Montefusculo, Benevento and Avelinofrom: La Bibliofilia 61 (1959), pp.243-251Reidy 77 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some documents printed by Pynson for St. Botolph's, Boston, Lincs.from: The Library, fifth series, 15 (1960), pp.53-57Reidy 79 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two editions of a pseudo-Augustinian text and their manuscript background [GKW 2991; Paris: Vascosan, 1533]from: British Museum Quarterly 21 (1959), pp.87-88Reidy 81 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The early ownership of a Milanese incunable [Battista Fregoso, Anteros, Milan 1496]from: British Museum Quarterly 22 (1960), pp.11-12Reidy 82 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An anonymous volume of sixteenth-century poems [printed at Milan by Antonio or Giovanni Antonio da Borgo (wrongly attributed by Casali to the Marcolini press), with woodcut device (a tree with a snake entwined around the trunk, motto: 'Ex morte foetus') of the author]from: Italian Studies 15 (1960), pp.75-83Reidy 83 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Works of Italian interest published in Great Britain January-December 1959from: Italian Studies 15 (1960), pp.102-111Reidy 84 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Anat Kakba Priolkar, The Printing press in India, its beginnings and early development (Bombay 1958)from: The Library, fifth series, 15 (1960), pp.149-150Reidy 86 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Victor Scholderer ottantennefrom: La Bibliofilia 62 (1960), pp.175-176Reidy 88 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Luigi Balsamo, Giovann' Angelo Scinzenzeler, tipografo in Milano (1500-1526) (Florence 1959)from: The Library, fifth series, 15 (1960), pp.216-218Reidy 90 1961 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Libri viterbesi scomparsi dei secoli XVI e XVIIfrom: Biblioteca degli Ardenti della città di Viterbo. Studi e ricerche nel 150° della fondazione (Viterbo: Agnesotti, 1960), pp.39-47Reidy 93 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The early bibliography of Southern Italy, VIII: Capua and Aversafrom: La Bibliofilia 62 (1961), pp.290-292Reidy 94 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The historical bibliography of India: an interim surveyfrom: The Literary Half-Yearly (Mysore), 2 (January 1961), pp.11-17Reidy 95 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two Estienne dictionaries [printed Paris 1531 and 1536, the latter owned by Sébastien Châteillon; both books bought from the Earl of Leicester (Holkham Hall) in April 1959; other books from Holkham inscribed by Basel humanists are mentioned]from: The Library, fifth series, 16 (1961), March, pp.48-50Reidy 97 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Works of Italian interest published in Great Britain January-December 1960from: Italian Studies 16 (1961), pp.119-130Reidy 98 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some rare Milanese editions of Virgil [printed by Antonius Zarotus for Johannes de Legnano 1482; printed by Leonardus Pachel 1493; printed by Alexander Minutianus for Nicolaus de Gorgonzola 1508; printed by G.A. Scinzenzeler for G.G. da Legnano 1515]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1961, pp.115-117Reidy 99 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The authorship of The Life and Death of William Lawd, 1645 [Halkett & Laing and Wing wrongly attribute this work to Edmund Waller]from: The Library, fifth series, 16 (1961), pp.140-141Reidy 100 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: James Moran, Wynkyn de Worde, Father of Fleet Street (London 1960)from: The Library, fifth series 16 (1961), pp.156-157Reidy 101 1962 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Accertamenti sulla stampa a Velletri prima del 1700 [list of eighteen books printed there during the seventeenth century]from: Studi Secenteschi 2 (1961), pp.213-220Reidy 108 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Giovanni Fabri tipografo del XV secolo in Torino ed in Caselle. Con una nota introduttiva su Le antiche cartiere di Caselle di Giovanni Donna d'Oldenico [Società Storica delle Valli di Lanzo. Pubblicazione no.9] (Ciriè 1962)Reidy 110 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A book printed at Taranto in 1567 [Girolamo Dinami, Divina Predestinatione, Taranto: Quintiliano Campo, 1567]from: British Museum Quarterly 25 (960), pp.1-3Reidy 111 Rhodes (Dennis E.) & Jolliffe (John)Some sixteenth-century French books with Turin imprints [printed by César & Jérôme Farine of Lyon and Turin, 'Jean François Pico' i.e. Benoît Rigaud at Lyon, 'Battista d'Almeida' i.e. the widow of Barthélemy Berton at La Rochelle, 'T. Carabiaco' pseudonym of an unknown French printer; a Postscript corrects Bersano Begey, Le Cinquecentine Piemontese: Torino (1961)]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1962, pp.291-293Reidy 112 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A bibliography of the published writings of Professor E.R. Vincent to September 1962from: Italian Studies presented to E.R. Vincent (Cambridge: Heffer, 1962), pp.9-14Reidy 116 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Giuseppe Zaccaria, Catalogo degli Incunaboli della Biblioteca Comunale di Assisi (Florence 1961)from: The Library, fifth series 17 (1962), pp.176-177Reidy 117 1963 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The printer of Ariosto's early plays [La Cassaria and I Suppositi, by Bernardo Zucchetta of Florence]from: Italian Studies 18 (1963), pp.13-18Reidy 119 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The brothers De Gregoriis at Crescentino?from: The Library, fifth series, 18 (1962), pp.316-317Reidy 121 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Le Cinquecentine Piemontesi. Torino, edited by Marina Bersano Begey ([Turin] 1961)from: The Library 18 (1962), pp.320-321Reidy 122 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Letters of St. Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch: the fortuna of their fifteenth-century editionsfrom: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 57 (1963), number 2, pp.152-156Reidy 123 1964 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Konrad Stepeck of Nuremberg (c. 1424-c. 1495) with notes on some of his contemporaries [Hieronymus Münzer and Hermann and Hartmann Schedel]from: Festschrift für Joseph Benzing (Wiesbaden 1964), pp.311-316Reidy 127 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Reviews of: Fernanda Ascarelli, Annali tipografici di Giacomo Mazzocchi (Florence 1961); Attilio Carosi, Girolamo Pietro e Agostino Discepoli, 1603-1631 (Viterbo 1962); Ernesto Gorini, Vercelli nei libri e nelle stampe del Settecento ([Parma] 1961)from: The Library, fifth series, 18 (1963), pp.152-154Reidy 131 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Il mistero delle opere di Agostino Strozzifrom: La Bibliofilia 66 (1964), pp.43-47Reidy 132 Rhodes (Dennis E.)William Marshall and his books, 1533â€"1537from: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 58 (1964), pp.219-231Reidy 134 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Rettifiche e aggiunte alla storia della stampa a Padova, 1471-1600from: Studi di bibliografia e di storia in onore di Tammaro de Marinis (Verona 1964), IV, pp.25-42Reidy 135 1965 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Libri inglesi recensiti a Roma (1668-1681) [lists English publications reviewed in the Giornale de' Letterati, by F. Nazari & G.G. Ciampini]from: Studi Secenteschi 5 (1964), pp.151-160Reidy 136 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The early bibliography of Southern Italy, IX: Tarantofrom: La Bibliofilia 67 (1965), no.1, pp.125-132Reidy 137 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A note on Petrus Feltrus [his Prohemii Auerroys in libros phisicorum Aristotelis expositio, printed without imprint, either 1509-1511, or 1516-1521]from: Beiträge zur Inkunabelkunde, Dritte Folge, 1 (1965), pp.111-112Reidy 142 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Seventeenth-century printing at Scigliano (Cosenza)from: British Museum Quarterly 30 (1965), nos. 1-2, Autumn, pp.1-2Reidy 143 1966 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The bibliography of Andrea Corvofrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1966, pp.152-155Reidy 146 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some notes on Francesco Osanna of Mantua, Torquato Tasso, and others [on Paolo Donati's Theoriche ouero Speculationi intorno alli moti celesti, Venice 1575; Georgius Carrettus' De anni cursi 1579; and Tasso's Scielta delle rime Ferrara 1582]from: British Museum Quarterly 31 (1965), nos. 1-2, Autumn, pp.1-4Reidy 147 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Indice generale degli incunaboli delle biblioteche d'Italia, IV: M-R,. Compilato da E. Valenziani e E. Cerulli (Rome 1965)from: The Library, fifth series, 21 (1956), pp.335-336Reidy 149 Rhodes (Dennis E.)La traduzione italiana dei Commentarii di Giovanni Sleidano [printed at Geneva in 1557]from: La Bibliofilia 68 (1966 [1968]), no 3, pp.283-287Reidy 150 1967 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The principal libraries of Florencefrom: The Book Collector 16 (1987), Spring, pp.36-43Reidy 151 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Su tre pubblicazioni ufficiali dell' Ordini di S. Girolamo [printed at Venice, by Bernardino de' Vitali, c. 1507; at Venice, by Guglielmo da Fontaneto, c. 1520; at Venice, by an unknown printer, 1538]from: La Bibliofilia 69 (1967), pp.75-89Reidy 153 Rhodes (Dennis E.)William Hay in Paris [a friend of the printer Jodocus Badius Ascensius; his ownership entry set in type by the printer on recto and verso of last leaf of a copy of Lucan 1514]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1967, pp.94-95Reidy 154 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Per la biblioteca di Belisario Bulgarini e per la storia del mercato librario in Siena lui vivente (1539-1620) [with a list of thirteen books belonging to him]from: Studi bibliografici. Atti del Convegno dedicato alla storia del libro italiano nel V centenario dell'introduzione dell'arte tipografica in Italia, Bolzano, 7-8 Ottobre 1965 (Florence 1967), pp.159-168Reidy 158 1968 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A rare printer at Rome: Ariottus de Trino [Xenophon's Memorabilia Socratis and Sancho Carranza de Miranda's Opusculum in quasdam Erasmi Roterodami annotationes, both printed for Giovanni Mazzocchi, in 1521-1522]from: British Museum Quarterly 32 (1968), nos.3/4, pp.74-76Reidy 165 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A problem in the liturgical bibliography of Normandy [on the Lisieux Ritual of 1523 printed by Guillaume Du Val]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1968, pp.188-190Reidy 166 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Notes on the early editions of Valerius Flaccus [five editions of the Argonautica printed in Italy 1474-1503]from: Beiträge zur Inkunabelkunde, Dritte Folge, Heft 3 (Berlin 1968), pp.47-49Reidy 167 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Tullio Bulgarelli, Gli avvisi a stampa in Roma nel Cinquecento (Rome 1967) [354 items, of which about sixty printed elsewhere]from: The Library, fifth series, 23 (1968), pp.261-262Reidy 168 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Suzanne P. Michel & Paul-Henri Michel, Répertoire des ouvrages imprimés en langue italienne au XVIIe siècle conservés dans les bibliothèques de France. Tome 1. A-B (Paris 1967)from: The Library, fifth series, 23 (1968), pp.361-362Reidy 170 1969 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Luigi Moranti, L'arte tipografica in Urbino (1493-1800), con appendice di documenti e annali (Florence 1967)from: The Library, fifth series, 24 (1969), pp.61-62Reidy 173 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Francesco Cosci of Siena and a strange reissue of his works [by the Venetian printer Giovanni Griffio]from: La Bibliofilia 71 (1969), pp.87-91¶ Annotated by RhodesReidy 174 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Un tipografo ambulante e un nuovo luogo di stampa nel cinquecento [Francesco Fabri and Nusco]from: Contributi alla storia del libro italiano. Miscellanea in onore di Lamberto Donati (Florence 1969), pp.265-274Reidy 175 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Luigi Balsamo, La stampa in Sardegna nei secoli XV e XVI. Con appendice di documenti e annali (Florence 1968)from: The Library, fifth series, 24 (1969), pp.167-168Reidy 178 Rhodes (Dennis E.)John Wolf in Florence [two books published in Florence at his expense in 1576]from: British Museum Quarterly 33 (1969); nos.3-4, pp.103-105Reidy 179 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Notes on GW 272 and 273from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1969, pp.95-97Reidy 180 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Benedictus Hectoris of Bologna and his complaints against typographical pirates [appearing in his edition of Suetonius 1506]from: Refugium anirnae bibliotheca. Festschrift für Albert Kolb (Wiesbaden 1969), pp.345-347Reidy 181 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Sauro Pesante, Catalogo degli incunabuli della Biblioteca Civica di Trieste (Florence 1968) [328 incunabula, mostly collected by Domenico Rossetti (bequeathed 1824), who specialised in editions of Petrarch and Pius II (fifty editions of former and 51 of latter)]from: The Library, fifth series, 24 (1969), p.261Reidy 183 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Pietro Manzi, Annali della Stamperia Stigliola a Porta Reale in Napoli (1593-1606) (Florence 1968)from: The Library, fifth series, 24 (1969), pp.349-350Reidy 185 1970 Rhodes (Dennis)Review of: William Smith Mitchell, Catalogue of the incunabula in Aberdeen University Library (London 1968) [mentioning books belonging to Hector Boethius (1465?-1536) and Bishop William Elphinstone, founder of King's College at Aberdeen (1495); bindings well-described]from: The Library, fifth series, 25 (1970), pp.62-63Reidy 187 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Di alcuni prestiti e imitazioni tipografiche fra Roma e Perugia, 1515-1528 [title compartment used by Silber 1521, copied for Ariotto da Trino-Giacomo Mazzocchi; initial used by Mazzocchi, copied by Da Trino and by Girolamo Cartolari]from: La Bibliofilia 71 (1969), pp.253-258Reidy 188 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The incunabula of Siena [with a 'List of Sienese incunabula of which copies still exist' enumerating twenty-one editions]from: Essays in honour of Victor Scholderer (Mainz 1970), pp.337-348Reidy 190 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two fifteenth-century editions of Johannes Versor [printed at Toulouse by either Johannes Parix or Henricus Mayer about 1494 and at Cologne by Heinrich Quentell about 1494]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1970, pp.93-96Reidy 191¶ Two copies Rhodes (Dennis E.)Appunti bio-bibliografici su alcuni umanisti pugliesi dei secoli XV e XVI [Antonio da Bitonto, Bartolommeo Sibilla; Pietro da Trani, Marco Antonio Zimara, Aurelio Sereno]from: Rassegna Pugliese 5 (1970), nos.7-9, July-September, pp.374-378Reidy 192 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Variants in a Lettou incunable [Thomas Wallensis, Expositiones super Psalterium, 1481 (STC 19627)]from: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 64 (1970), pp.332-334Reidy 193 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Pompilio Totti: publisher, engraver, Roman antiquary [with a list of 25 books, plus two unlocated: an edition of Guarini's Il Pastor Fido c. 1634; La Traslatione della Santa Casa di Loreto c. 1638]from: Papers of the British School at Rome 37 (1969), pp.161-172Reidy 194 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Géza Sajo & Erzsébet Soltész, Catalogus incunabulorum quae in bibliothecis publicis Hungariae asservantur (Budapest 1970)from: The Library, fifth series, 25 (1970), pp.357-360Reidy 195 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Ancora sull'ordine di S. Girolamo [printed at Venice after 1538, by an unknown printer; continues an essay in La Bibliofilia 1967]from: La Bibliofilia 72 (1970), no. 2, pp.173-175Reidy 196 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Printing at Bangalore, 1840-1950from: British Museum Quarterly 34 (1970), nos. 3-4, pp.83-86Reidy 197 1971 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Further notes on an indulgence of Alexander VI [printed in English by Wynkyn de Worde c. 1505]from: The Library, fifth series, volume 26 (1971), pp.58-60Reidy 198 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A Milanese speech of 1509 [Jacopo Antiquario, Oratio pro populo Mediolanensi, GW 2067]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1971, pp.96-98Reidy 199 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Further travels of certain Italian printersfrom: La Bibliofilia 73 (1971), pp.179-185Reidy 200 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Ilona Hubay, Incunabula aus der Staatlichen Bibliothek Neuburg / Donau: in der Benediktinerabtei Ottobeuren (Wiesbaden 1970) [including books from the libraries of Georg Dreschel, Canon of Regensburg (died 1498); Ulrich Ellenbog (1435-1499) and heirs]from: The Library, fifth series, 26 (1971), pp.267-269Reidy 201 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Giovanna Balbi, Il primo incunabolo genovese (Turin 1970)from: Quaerendo 1 (1971), pp.306-307Reidy 202 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: John L. Lievsay, The Englishman's Italian books, 1550-1700 (London [1969])from: The Library, fifth series, 26 (1971), pp.355-356Reidy 203 1972 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first edition of the works of Chrysostomus Javellus [printed at Venice, about 1529, with abandoned materials of Agostino Zani da Portese and Jacobus Pentius, possibly by the Dominicans]from: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 66 (1972), pp.13-19Reidy 206 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Italian banquet, 1598, and its origins [an English translation of Giovanni Rosselli's Epulario]from: Italian Studies 27 (1972), pp.60-63Reidy 207 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first edition of Carlos Coloma's History of the Spanish Netherlands [De las guerras de los Estados Baxos, printed at Cambrai in 1622 by Jean de La Rivière]from: Quaerendo 2 (1972), pp.221-226Reidy 208¶ Two copies Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first and second editions of the "Philogyne" of Andrea Baiardi [Parma 1507 and Parma 1508]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1972, pp.139-141Reidy 209 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An outline of Veronese bibliography, 1472-1600 [with good notes on a variety of books]from: Università di Padova, Sede staccata in Verona, Facoltà di Economia e Commercio. Annali, series 1, 5 (1971)Reidy 210 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Chrysostomus Javellus: an Addendum [continues article in PBSA 66 (1972), pp.13-19 (Reidy 206)]from: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 66 (1972), Fourth Quarter, p.427Reidy 211 1973 Rhodes (Dennis E.)On the use of the verb 'facere' in early colophons [to designate the chief typesetter or compositor of the press]from: Studies in Bibliography 26 (1973), pp.230-232Reidy 212 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The dating of a Lyonnese edition of Boethius [published by Johann Clein (Schwab), Goff B-811, but 1514?]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1973, pp.272-275Reidy 217 1974 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An unknown library in South Italy in 1557 [describes a catalogue of the library of Luca Gaurico of Giffoni (near Salerno), printed in 1557]from: Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 6 (1973), part 2, pp.115-125Reidy 219 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An unidentified edition of Galen [De locis affectis, Venice, Philippus Pincius, c. 1520]from: Festschrift für Claus Nissen (Wiesbaden 1973), pp.575-583Reidy 220 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Emanuele Casamassima, La prima edizione della Divina Commedia, Foligno 1472 (Milan 1972)from: The Library, fifth series, 28 (1973), pp.347-348Reidy 221 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Un letterato di Taranto: Cataldo Antonio Mannarinofrom: La Zagaglia 25 (1973), pp.19-26Reidy 222 Rhodes (Dennis E)Some Cretan scholars in Italy, 1400-1800: with special reference to the book-tradefrom: Krētika chronika 5 (1973), pp.209-217Reidy 223 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Notes on Aurelio Pincio [attributes to his press two anonymously printed books: G.B. Folengo, Dialoghi, 1533; and Julius Ferrettus, Consilia de duello, 1538]from: Italia Medioevale e Umanistica 16 (1973), pp.403-408Reidy 224 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Further notes on the publisher Giacomo Mazzocchi [an untitled Calendarii et Fasti issued 1509]from: Papers of the British School at Rome 40 (1972), pp.239-242Reidy 225 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An undescribed edition of the 'Digestum novum' [Lyon, Jean Du Pré, 1495-1496]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1974, pp.97-99Reidy 226 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two early German editions of Proclus [both in the Latin translation of Thomas Linacre, printed at Wittenberg, by Nicolaus Marschalk, 1503; and at Leipzig, by Martin Landsberg, c. 1504]from: Beiträge zur Geschichte des Buches und seiner Funktion in der Gesellschaft. Festschrift für Hans Widmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Stuttgart 1974), pp.178-182Reidy 227 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An anonymous author at Bangalore in 1848 [Charles Kirby]from: The Literary half Yearly[Mysore] 15 (1974), pp.151-152Reidy 228 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: [Incunabula and sixteenth-century editions in the library of the Greek Parliament, title in Greek] (Athens 1971)from: The Library, fifth series, 29 (1974), pp.236-237Reidy 229 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Note sui primi libri stampati a Montefiasconefrom: La Bibliofilia 76 (1974), pp.139-142Reidy 230 1975 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Di un'orazione tenuta ma non stampata a Lecce nel 1611from: Studi di storia pugliese in onore di Giuseppe Chiarelli (Galatina 1974), III, pp.131-136Reidy 231 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Battista Guarini and a book at Oxfordfrom: Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 37 (1974 [March 1975]), pp.349-353Reidy 232 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Printer of Ockham [active in Paris in July-August 1476, producing five known books]from: The Library Chronicle 40 (1974), pp.118-123Reidy 234 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The mystery of P.G.N. [identifies an ink ownership stamp with an unidentified member of the Niccolini family of Florence]from: The Book Collector 24 (1975), pp.125-129Reidy 235 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Giovanni Fabri tipografo del XV secolo in Torino ed in Casellefrom: Caselle e i suoi centenari (Caselle 1975), pp.101-110Reidy 237 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Jacobus Matzenberger [parish priest of the church of the B.M.V. at Memmingen, c. 1 483-1498] and his booksfrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1975, pp.74-76Reidy 238 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Lilies and a library [library of the Order of Servites in Florence]from: The Book Collector 24 (1975), pp.417-420Reidy 239 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Early printed books in Greecefrom: The Library, fifth series, 30 (1975), pp.183-198Reidy 241 1976 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Whose 'New Courtier'? [Il Novo Corteggiano, printed at Venice by Joannes Tacuinus de Tridino, about 1530, and here attributed to Equicola]from: Cultural Aspects of the Italian Renaissance: Essays in honour of Paul Oskar Kristeller, edited by Cecil H. Clough (Manchester 1976), pp.370-376Reidy 245 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Per la storia della stampa a Manfredonia nel Seicentofrom: Archivio storico pugliese 28 (1975), pp.289-290Reidy 247 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Il Cardinal Bessarione e Senofontefrom: Miscellanea Marciana di Studi Bessarionei (Medioevo e Umanesimo 24) (Padua 1976), pp.353-356Reidy 248 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Ruth Mortimer, Catalogue of books and manuscripts, Part II: Italian 16th century books, Harvard College Library (Cambridge, MA 1974)from: The Library, fifth series, 31 (1976), pp.165-166Reidy 249 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An account of cataloguing incunables in Oxford College librariesfrom: Reniassance Quarterly 29 (1976), pp.1-20Reidy 250 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two Venetian editions of Aristotle's 'De anima' with an account of the career of Lucas Olchinensisfrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1976, pp.186-189Reidy 251 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Primo libro stampato a Montefiascone? [Ulrico Nardi, Populi consalutatio, printed at the Seminario, in 1698]from: La Bibliofilia 77 (1975), pp.253-254Reidy 253 1977 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A glimpse into the working life of an Italian monastery in 1593 [the monastery of San Giovanni in Lauro, Rome]from: British School at Rome, Faculty of Archaeology, History and Letters. Occasional Paper 1 (1977), [no pagination]Reidy 257 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Early Bibliography of Southern Italy - X. Salerno (with notes on two books printed at Naples) [concerns three books printed before 1550, all works of Paolo Grisignani, printed by Cilio Alifano of Naples, or Francesco Fabri]from: La Bibliofilia 78 (1976) pp.251-254Reidy 258 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A Dutch seventeenth-century book-collector Paulus Terhaarius [1625-1667, sometime professor at Duisberg, his books sold 8 October 1667 (catalogue not extant): four volumes are described here]from: Quaerendo 6 (1976), pp.347-351Reidy 259 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Contributo alla storia delle vecchie biblioteche viterbesifrom: Studi di biblioteconomia e storia del libro in onore di Francesco Barberi (Rome [1976])Reidy 261 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Francesco detto Il Faventino [Francesco Maron, author of Opera noua, printed at Venice by Venturino Ruffinelli c. 1540; see also D. E. Rhodes, 'Some rare Florentine and Venetian printers and booksellers, 16th century' in La Bibliofilia, 95 (1993), no.1, p.43 (Scarsella 440)]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1977, pp.144-145Reidy 262 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An imperfect Greek Psalter at Meteora [printed at Venice, by Sessa & Ravani, 1525]from: Ελληνικά 29 (1976-1977), pp.356-357Reidy 265 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The true date of a Paris edition of Aldus Manutius' grammar [printed by Poncet le Preux, 1510/1511]from: Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 71 (1977), pp.323-325Reidy 267 1978 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Domenico Serafini e un ignoto incunabolo torinese [his Rosarium, printed at Turin, by Nicolaus de Benedictus & Jacobus Suigus, 1496]from: Studi Piemontesi 7 (1978), pp.77-82Reidy 273 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Roberto Maggio bibliofilo [of Brescia, apostolic protonotary, fl. 1530]from: Miscellanea di studi in memoria di Anna Saitta Revignas (Florence 1978), pp.297-299Reidy 274 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A Paris incunable lost and found [Ethica Aristotelis secundum veterem translationem a magistro Petro Tartareto, printed by Gaspard Philippe for the De Marnef brothers, on 8 February 1500/1501]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1978, pp.78-81Reidy 276 1979 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Early Bibliography of Southern Italy - XI. Gaeta [three books signed at Gaeta, one 1487 by Andreas Freitag who later worked in Rome, and two 1488-1489 by Jodocus Hohenstein from Naples]from: La Bibliofilia 80 (1978), pp.151-154Reidy 278 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A party at Norwich in 1562 [discussion of Skete's inscription and notes in a copy of Petrus Berchorius, Repertorium morale, Nuremberg 1489, in Brasenose College, Oxford]from: Norfolk Archaeology 37 (1978), pp.116-120Reidy 279 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The printing career of Marco Claseri, 1597-1623from: Studi Secenteschi 19 (1979), pp.239-248Reidy 280 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A catalogue of books printed between 1498 and 1700 now in the library of the British School at Athensfrom: The Annual of the British School of Archaeology at Athens 73 / 1978 (1978), pp.189-211Reidy 281 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Ancora per la stampa a Salerno nel Cinquecento [on the printer Franciscus de Fabris]from: La Bibliofilia 80 (1978), pp.237-239Reidy 282 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The case of Jean Mérausse [sixteenth-century publisher at Paris]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1979, pp.134-135Reidy 283 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Biografie e Bibliografie degli Accademici Lincei (Rome 176) [writings of 311 current Italian Fellows]from: The Library, sixth series, 1 (1979), p.291Reidy 284 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Julia Mendez Aparicio, Catálogo de los Incunables de la Biblioteca Pública de Toledo, Colección Borbón-Lorenzana (Madrid 1976)from: The Library, sixth series, 1 (1979), pp.291-293Reidy 285 Rhodes (Dennis E.) & Hellinga (Lotte)Cornelis de Zyrickzee and his practice of reissuing incunables from other pressesfrom: Quaerendo 9 (1979), pp.143â€"148Reidy 286 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first edition of Gildas [printed at Antwerp, by Christopher van Ruremunde, between 1525 and 1531]from: The Library, sixth series, volume 1 (1979), pp.355-360Reidy 287 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Ein Inkunabel-Census für Großbritannienfrom: Zentralblatt für Bibliothekswesen 93 (1979), pp.459-462Reidy 288 Rhodes (Dennis E.)William Swadell, English Dominican, his friends and his books [two incunables, in Merton College and Lambeth Palace Library]from: Archivium Fratrum Praedicatorum 49 (1979), pp.519-522Reidy 290 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Early printed books in Greecefrom: [Proceedings] Dixième Congres International des Bibliophiles. Athènes 30 Septembre-6 Octobre 1977 (Athens 1979), pp.61-74Reidy 291 1980 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Un bibliofilo volterrano in Inghilterra alla fine del Quattrocento: Roberto Minuccifrom: Rassegna Volterrana 54-55 (1979), pp.17-23Reidy 293 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Early Bibliography of Southern Italy - XIII. Castellammare di Stabia (with corrections on Gaeta) [two books printed there by Camillo Cavallo of Naples (1646) and by Giacomo Gaffari of Naples (1656)]from: La Bibliofilia 81 (1979), pp.133-135Reidy 294 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Martin Lowry, The World of Aldus Manutius. Business and Scholarship in Renaissance Venice (Oxford 1979) [adds to output of the press, though 'it cannot be proved on typographic grounds alone', Sulpicius Severus, Vita Sancti Martini, 1505, 'probably but not certainly printed by Aldus']from: The Library, sixth series, 2 (1980), pp.226-228Reidy 295 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A fifteenth-century book-collector in Italy: Johann Protzer [c. 1490-1494, with a list of thirteen books owned by him]from: Hellinga Festschrift / Feestbundel / Mélanges, edited by A.R.A. Croiset van Uchelen (Amsterdam 1980), pp.435-439Reidy 296 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Raphael Franciscus equals Raphael Francus, Florentinus [author of a paraphrase of the first two books of Lucretius, printed Bologna 1504; and Verificatio universalis in regulas Aristotelis, printed Venice, probably by Philippus Pincius, between 1508 and 1515]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1980, pp.79-81Reidy 298 1981 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Verdict on GW 2182 and 2183 [editions of the Sermones quadragesimales et de sanctis (Flos florum), commonly attributed to St Antonius Archbishop of Florence, anonymously printed at Venice between about 1507 and 1517, with materials of Giorgio Rusconi]from: Studies in Bibliography 34 (1981), pp.187-189Reidy 300 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first Spanish translation of Lucan [by Martin Lasso de Oropesa, printed at Antwerp, by Petrus Crinitus, c. 1540]from: Quaerendo 10 (1980), pp.253-255Reidy 303 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Ancora per Roberto Minuccifrom: Rassegna Volterrana 57 (1981), pp.55-57Reidy 307 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The first collected Latin edition of Xenophon [Opera varia, printed at Milan, more probably by Alessandro Minuziano than by the Le Signerre brothers, and c. 1501-1502; compare Sandal's Editori e Tipografi a Milano nel Cinquecento, 3: Annali tipografici dei fratelli le Signerre (1981)]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1981, pp.151-153Reidy 308 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Teresa Rogledi Manni, La tipografia a Milano nel XV secolo (Florence 1980) [includes discussion of Ganda's articles on Milanese printing]from: The Library, sixth series, 2 (1981), pp.250-253Reidy 309 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Statutes and Ordinances of War [printed by Richard Pynson, 1492?]from: The Library, sixth series, 3 (1981), pp.340-343Reidy 310 1982 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Indice generale degli Incunaboli delle Biblioteche d'Italia. Vol. VI: Aggiunte, correzioni, indici (Rome 1981)from: The Library, sixth series, 4 (1982), pp.87-88Reidy 314 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Due note di bibliografia fiorentina del primo ventennio del Cinquecentofrom: La Bibliofilia 88 (1981 [1982]), pp.219-224Reidy 315 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Problemi di bibliografia veronese alla fine del Quattrocentofrom: Atti e Memorie della Accademia di Agricoltura Scienze e Lettere di Verona, series 6, volume 31 (1979-1980), pp.307â€"317Reidy 316 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A migration of incunable fragments from Cambridge to London [leaves of Joannes Duns Scotus Quaestiones in quartum librum Sententiarum (Paris 1473) (GW 9083) used as pastedowns in a book sold by St. John's, Cambridge, about 1750]from: Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 8 (1981), pp.126-129Reidy 317 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Altissimo: GW 1581 [his Opere printed at Venice by Guglielmo da Fontaneto c. 1520]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1982, pp.234-235Reidy 319 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Four important end-papers in Hereford Cathedral Library [unwanted printed material available to English binders to use as waste]from: The Library, sixth series, 4 (1982), pp.410-415Reidy 321 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Notes on early Florentine printing [L.B. Alberti, Della repubblica; five Florentine post-incunabula]from: La Bibliofilia 84 (1982), pp.143-162Reidy 324 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Nozze e famiglia: aggiunte di cinquecentine al British Museum (British Library) 1957-1982from: Familiare '82. Studi per le nozze d'argento di Rosario Jurlaro e Nunzia Ditonno (Brindisi 1982), pp.183-186Reidy 326 1983 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Bennett Gilbert, ed., A Leaf from the Letters of St Jerome (Los Angeles 1981) [on the identity of the first printer at Rome, Sweynheym & Pannartz (the tradition) or Riessinger (argued here by John L. Sharpe III)]from: The Library, sixth series, 5 (1983), pp.68-71Reidy 328 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Le Constitutiones del Capitolo del Duomo di Firenzefrom: La Bibliofilia 44 (1982), pp.237-242Reidy 329 Rhodes (Dennis E)Review of: Bibliothèque Nationale, Catalogue des incunables. Tom II. fasc. 1: H-L (Paris 1982)from: The Library, sixth series, 5 (1983), pp.178-180Reidy 331 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Nicolaus Angelius: GW 1905 [De complexu partium orationis, printed in the sixteenth century with types used in the editio princeps of Homer, Florence 1488, by Bartolomeo de' Libri, or by his son Michelangelo]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1983, pp.177-178Reidy 332 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Postille alla carriera di Bartolomeo Sermartelli [on some books with imprints of Bartolomeo di Michelagnolo, Bartolomeo S. Martelli, Bartolomeo Sermartelli, etc., all from the same press]from: La Bibliofilia 85 (1983), pp.41-48Reidy 333 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Comin da Trinofrom: Dizionario biografico degli Italiani, 27 (Rome 1982), pp.576-578Reidy 334 1984 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A volume of tracts illustrating humanist culture at Verona at the end of the fifteenth centuryfrom: Italia Medioevale e umanistica 25 (1982), pp.401-406Reidy 341 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The fifteenth-century editions of Joannes Gerson, De custodia linguae from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1984, pp.140-141Reidy 345 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Luigi Balsamo, Produzione e circolazione libraria in Emilia, XV-XVIII sec. Studi e ricerche (Parma 1983)from: The Library, sixth series, 6 (1984), pp.292-294Reidy 346 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Un episodio della storia della stampa a Treviso nel tardo Cinquecento [Giovanni Tommaso Minadoi's Medicarum disputationum liber primus, printed 1590 (not 1610), with a list of Minadoi's other writings]from: Studi Trevisani 1 (1984), pp.81-84Reidy 348 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Bartolomeo di Matteo Castelli [a list of two dated and nine undated books published by him and printed by different printers, c. 1523-1524]from: La Bibliofilia 86 (1984), pp.63-68¶ With a Ms postscript by RhodesReidy 349 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Accertamenti su un presunto incunabolo: Hain 14842 [Bartholomaeus Socinus, Scripta super varios titulos iuris, ascribed to Milan, c. 1505]from: La Bibliofilia 86 (1984), pp.143-148Reidy 352 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Botanical garden at Padua: the first hundred years [the directors of the botanical garden: Francesco Bonafede, Luigi Anguillara, Giacomo Antonio Cortuso, etc., with discussion of the published sources]from: Journal of Garden History 4 (1984), pp.327-331Reidy 353 1985 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A checklist of the writings of David Rogers [1934/1935-1984]from: Bodleian Library Record (1985) pp.382-388Reidy 355 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Career of Thomas Ferrandus of Brescia [printer of sixteen or seventeen books, 'among the rarest of Italian incunabula']from: Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester 67 (1984), pp.544-569Reidy 356 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The three Florentine editions of the Psalterio di Sancto Hieronymo abreviato [(i) printed by the Compagnia del Drago, c. 1498; (ii) printed not before 1510; (iii) printed by Bartolommeo Zanetti, 1523]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1985, pp.153-154Reidy 360 Rhodes (Dennis E.)La stampa a Firenze (1471-1550). Omaggio a Roberto Ridolfi [text of a short speech delivered 9 June 1984 in the Biblioteca Riccardiana, Florence]from: La Bibliofilia 87 (1985), pp.59-60Reidy 363 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Accertamenti sulla stampa della Riposta di Francesco Betti [Basel, Pietro Perna, 1560?]from: La Bibliofilia 87 (1985), pp.55-57Reidy 364 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Five undescribed incunabula in British Librariesfrom: Ars Impressoria: Entstehung und Entwicklung des Buchdrucks. Eine internationale Festgabe für Severin Corsten zum 65. Geburtstag, edited by Hans Limburg, Hartwig Lohse, Wolfgang Schmitz (Munich, New York & London 1986), pp.98-102Reidy 365 1986 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A volume from the monastery library at Haylesfrom: Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 8 (1985), pp.598-603Reidy 366 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Marco Santoro, La Stampa a Napoli nel Quattrocento (Naples 1984)from: The Library, sixth series, 8 (1986), pp.76-78Reidy 368 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Il lunario del 1481 dell'Archivio Capitolare di Brescia: particolari bibliografici e biograficifrom: Commentari dell'Ateneo di Brescia per il 1984, pp.77-82Reidy 369¶ Two copies Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Early editions of Baptista Fierafrom: Book Production and Letters in the Western European Renaissance. Essays in honour of Conor Fahy, edited by Anna Laura Lepschy, John Took & Dennis E. Rhodes (London 1986), pp.234-245Reidy 371 (1) Rhodes (Dennis E.)A list of the published works of Conor Fahy from 1955 to 1985from: Book Production and Letters in the Western European Renaissance. Essays in honour of Conor Fahy, edited by Anna Laura Lepschy, John Took & Dennis E. Rhodes (London 1986), pp.291-299Reidy 371 (2) Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: La biblioteca del cardinale Bernardo Clesio (Trento 1985)from: The Library, sixth series, 8 (1986), pp.176-177Reidy 374 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The printer of Giraldi's Egle [Venice, Nicolò Bascarini, shortly after March 1545]from: Italian Studies 41 (1986), pp.82-84Reidy 375 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Gratiadei of Ascoli and Joannes Baptista Gratiadeifrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1986, pp.177-179Reidy 376 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Un secondo errore di datazione in un libro trevisano [G.A. Carrara Bora's Il Morosini ouero la Morea conquistata, published by Stefano Curti in 1693, not 1713]from: Studi Trevisani 2 (1985 [July 1986]), pp.37-38Reidy 377 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Paolo Veneziani, La tipografia a Brescia nel XV secolo (Florence 1986)from: The Library, sixth series, 8 (1986), pp.375-377Reidy 381 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Due nuovi incunaboli: uno senese, uno veronesefrom: La Bibliofilia 88 (1986), pp.185-188Reidy 382 1987 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Olschki: un secolo di editoria, 1886-1986 (Florence 1986) [in two volumes, the first of which details all the antiquarian catalogues issued by the firm]from: The Library, sixth series, 9 (1987), pp.77-79Reidy 383 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Miguel de Éguía and a Spanish edition of Prudentius [Batalla o pelea del anima, printed at Alcalá in 1529]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1987, pp.135-137Reidy 388 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Contributi dalle biblioteche inglesi alla conoscenza della stampa bresciana, 1473-1530from: I Primordi della stampa a Brescia 1472-1511. Atti del convegno internazionale (Brescia, 6-8 giugno 1984; Medioevo e umanesimo, 63), edited by Ennio Sandal (Padua 1986), pp.121-137Reidy 389 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some neglected aspects of the career of Giovanni Battista Ciotti [active 1583-1635, including discussion of books printed for him by Feyerabend at Frankfurt, which have a Ciotti-Cologne imprint]from: The Library, sixth series, 9 (1987), pp.225-239Reidy 390 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some notes on Vincenzo Coronelli and his publishersfrom: Imago Mundi 39 (1987), pp.77-79Reidy 391 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Bibliography of Leslie A. Sheppard (1890-1985)from: The Bodleian Library Record 12 (1987), pp.400-402Reidy 392 Rhodes (Dennis E.)La tipografia nel secolo XV a Vicenza, Santorso e Torrebelvicino [with a catalogue of editions]from: Odeo Olimpico 19-20 (Accademia Olimpica / Civica Biblioteca Bertoliana, Vicenza), 1987, pp.1-31Reidy 393 1988 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Due questioni di bibliografia bolognese del Cinquecento [the printer of, and variants in the Symbolicarum quaestionum 1555 of Achille Bocchi; the printer of Virgil 1554 'Achille Barbiroli']from: L'archiginnasio 81 (1986), pp.321-324Reidy 394 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Four more leaves of an incunable by Cornelius Roelans [De aegritudinibus infantium, printed by Jan Veldener at Louvain, not before 16 February 1486]from: Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 9 (1987), pp.205-207Reidy 395 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Books and readers at Colle di Valdelsa during the Renaissancefrom: La Bibliofilia 89 (1987), pp.273-277Reidy 396 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Lorenzo Lorio, Publisher at Venice, 1514-1527 [in particular of Erasmus and Franciscus Nausea]from: La Bibliofilia 89 (1987), pp.279-283Reidy 397 Rhodes (Dennis E.) & Walsh (James E.)Spanish propaganda printed in Venice: two dialogues by Alfonso de Valdésfrom: Harvard Library Bulletin 34 (1986), pp.421-425Reidy 398 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Ruzzante e il suo primo editore, Stefano di Alessifrom: Ruzzante. Filologia veneta. lingua, letteratura, tradizioni (Padua 1988), pp.1-13Reidy 401 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Juan Maldonado and the press in Burgosfrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1988, pp.141-145Reidy 403 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A curious Giunta imprint [Girolamo Pollini, Storia ecclesiastica della rivoluzione d'Inghilterra, published Bologna 'ad istanza de'Giunti di Fiorenza', 1591]from: The Library, sixth series, volume 10 (1988), pp.242-246Reidy 404 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some Frisian book-owners identified [Tobias Gutberleth, fl. 1609; and his grandson, Tobias Gutberleth, fl.1675]from: Quaerendo 18 (1988), pp.83-86Reidy 405 1989 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Curzio Bastianoni & Giuliano Catoni, Impressum Senis. Storie di tipografi, incunaboli e librai (Siena 1988)from: The Library, sixth series, 11 (1989), pp.60-61Reidy 406 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Giuseppina Zappella, Le marche dei tipografi e degli editori italiani del Cinquecento. Repertorio (Milan 1986)from: The Library, sixth series, 11 (1989), pp.65-67Reidy 407 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The twenty thousand triumphs of Vasco Díaz Tanco de Fregenal [printed not later than 1535]from The Library, sixth series, 11 (1989), pp.143-146Reidy 409 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Pietro Aretino in Spainfrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1989, pp.136-141Reidy 410 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A contribution to the bibliography of Orvieto [G.B. Donzellini, Boscarecci amori, printed at Orvieto most probably by Rosato Tintinnassi c. 1 583-1585]from: Italian Studies 44 (1989), pp.59-62Reidy 411 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Nigel Griffin, Spanish Incunabula in the John Rylands University Library of Manchester (Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library, volume 70, no.2, Summer 1988)from: The Library, sixth series, 11 (1989), pp.278-279Reidy 412 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Di un libro stampato a Correggio nel 1555 [three editions of Rinaldo Corso's Delle private rappacificationi, printed 1555, 'Correggio 1555' (but 17th century), 'Correggio 1555' (Brescia 1726)]from: La Bibliofilia 91 (1989), pp.175-188Reidy 413 Rhodes (Dennis E.)La seconda edizione degli Statuti di Treviso, 1574from: Studi Trevisani (1987), pp.21-23Reidy 415 1990 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Il Moro: an Italian view of Sir Thomas More [Ellis Heywood's I1 Moro 1556]from: England and the Continental Renaissance: Essays in honour of J.A. Trapp (Woodbridge 1990), pp.67-71Reidy 420 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some unrecorded sixteenth-century coats of arms [printed by Blado at Rome 1585 and at Rimini by Giovanni Simbeni 1589]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1990, pp.174-176Reidy 421 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A shared Italo-Spanish edition of 1601-1605 [Thomas Sanchez, Disputationes de Sancto Matrimonii Sacramento printed (volume I) at Genoa by Pavoni and (volumes II-III) at Madrid by Luis Sánchez]from: The Library, sixth series, 12 (1990) pp.234-235Reidy 422 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Fernanda Ascarelli & Marco Menato, La tipografia del '500 in Italia (Florence 1989)from: The Library, sixth series, 12 (1990), pp.350-351Reidy 423 1991 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The early editions of the 'Credo di Dante' [with a list of editions 1472/1475-1526, but particularly an edition printed by Bernardinus de Vitalibus for J.B. Sessa, c. 1500-1502]from: Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 9 (1990), pp.531-536Reidy 424 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The life and works of Girolamo Messio (with particular reference to one capital letter)from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1991, pp.246-248Reidy 426 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Richard White of Basingstoke: the erudite exilefrom: Across the narrow seas: Studies in the history and bibliography of Britain and the Low Countries. Presented to Anna E.C. Simoni, edited by Susan Roach (London 1991), pp.23-30Reidy 427 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Angela Nuovo, Alessandro Paganino (Padova 1990)from: The Library, sixth series, 13 (1991), pp.368-369Reidy 429 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Episodi della stampa a Modena tra il 1475 e il 1636. Stato attuale della nostra conoscenza sulla bibliografia modenese dal 1475 al 1600 [including authorship of Interpretatione de colori da incerto auttore composta; Grammaticales Regulae of Guarino da Verona]from: Schifanoia 10 (1991), pp.37-51Reidy 431 1992 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two editions of Alexander Pope in Italian translation [one printed by the Fratelli Armoretti, with imprint 'Crisopoli 1797'; the other printed probably in Switzerland (Bern?), for Giovanni Ridolfo Vautravers, c. 1760?; continuation in The Library, sixth series, 15 (1993), p.226 (Scarsella 443]from: The Library, sixth series, 14 (1992), pp.140-143Reidy 434 Rhodes (Dennis E.)An edition of the Circe of G.B. Gelli [printed without imprint or date, by Giordano Ziletti, between 1561 and 1566]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1992, pp.236-237Reidy 435 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Julián Martín Abad, La imprenta en Alcalá de Henares (1502-1600) (Madrid 1991)from: The Library, sixth series, 14 (1992), pp.263-264Reidy 436 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Da Genova a Venezia nel Cinquecento: due libri della British Library [Decisiones rotae printed at Venice by Francesco Ziletti and at Genoa by Marc' Antonio Bellone]from: La Bibliofilia 94 (1992), pp.197-205Reidy 438 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Konstantins Staikos, [Charta of Greek typograpy]from: The Library, sixth series, 14 (1992), pp.382-383Reidy [438bis] Rhodes (Dennis E.)Ulteriori ricerche bibliografiche sul terremoto del Mugello, 1542from: La Bibliofilia 94 (1992), pp.281-283Scarsella 439 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some rare Florentine and Venetian printers and booksellers, 16th centuryfrom: La Bibliofilia 95 (1993), pp.39-44Scarsella 440 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Works of Paolo Angelofrom: The British Library Journal 19 (1993), pp.109-112¶ Annotated by RhodesScarsella 441 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Problem of Federico Abirellifrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1993, pp.128-130Scarsella 442 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A Further note on Vautravers and Hollis [former's translation of Alexander Pope probably printed c. 1798]from: The Library, sixth series, 15 (1993), p.226Scarsella 443 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Roberto L. Bruni, Rosaria Campioni & Diego Zancani, Giulio Cesare Croce dall'Emilia all'Inghilterra: Cataloghi, biblioteche e teste (Florence 1991)from: Italian Studies (1993), pp.153-154Scarsella 444 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Notes on Galician books in the British Library printed before 1700 [in Orense 1547, Mondoñedo 1550/1551, Santiago de Compostela, 1612-1686]from: El Museo de Pontevedra. XLIV. Homenaje a Antonio Odriozola (Pontevedra 1990), pp.237-243Scarsella 445 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Almadiani of Viterbo. A biographical and bibliographical introductionfrom: Italia Medioevale e Umanistica 35 (1992), pp.439-446Scarsella 44ó Rhodes (Dennis E.)Jacobus Matzenberger again [described here as 'a fairly systematic collector of incunabula'; continuation of Rhode's essay in Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1975, pp.74-76 (Reidy 238)]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1994, pp.106-107Scarsella 448 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Lelio Capilupi and the 'Centones ex Virgilio' [seven editions, 1543-1575]from: The Library, sixth series, 16 (1994), pp.208-218Scarsella 449 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish book-collectors in Italy, 1467-1850from: Bookbindings and other bibliophily. Essays in honour of Anthony Hobson, edited by Dennis E. Rhodes (Verona 1994), pp.247-276Scarsella 450 Richardson (Brian) & Rhodes (Dennis E.)The 1587 edition of Castiglione's Cortegiano 'Printed by Domenico Giglio' [surreptitious reprint of Giglio's edition of 1552, printed at Basel, by Thomas Guarinus or Conrad Waldkirch]from: The Library, sixth series, 16 (1994), pp.316-326Scarsella 452 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Una Biblioteca privata a Conegliano intorno all'anno 1600 [listing three books by Pulzio Sbarra, and nineteen from his library]from: Ateneo veneto 180 (1993), pp.101-109Scarsella 454 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A Group of sixteenth century books on the history of Malta [seven anonymous editions, here assigned to the Venetian presses of Niccolò Bevilacqua (2), Alessandro de Viano (2), and Giovanni Griffio (2); and to Pietro Brea at Messina (1)]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1995, pp.175-177Scarsella 456 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two German strays in Italy [two anonymous editions wrongly included in the Italian STC (1958), in fact printed at Cologne, by Arnold (or Johann) Birckmann; and at Frankfurt am Main, by Ludovicus Lucius]from: The German book 1450-1750: Studies presented to David L. Paisey in his retirement, edited by John L. Flood & William A. Kelly (London 1995), pp.361-365Scarsella 458 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Conor Fahy, Printing a book at Verona in 1622 (Paris 1993)from: Modern Language Review 91 (1996), pp.499-500Scarsella 459 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Uomini letterati nati al San Severo nel Quattrocento [with an appendix: Edizioni a stampe di Agostino Colombre, Della natura dei cavalli libri III]from: Archivio Storico Pugliese 48 (1995), pp.299-306Scarsella 460 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Ortensia and Hortolana: with notes on Angelo degli Oldradi [editions of Ecloga rusticale intitolata Ortensia, here ascribed to Oldradi, and assigned to the Roman press of Valerio & Luigi Dorico, c. 1555; and L'Hortolana, by Oldradi, probably printed by Dorico, c. 1550]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1996, pp.97-98Scarsella 461 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Three Italian tracts in Emmanuel College Library, Cambridge [bought by Sancroft, probably on his tour of Italy, 1657-1660: Li grandi triomphi, feste, pompe et liuree fatte dalli S. Romani per la festa d'Agone (printed by Blado, with reference to other editions); Discorso sopra le feste et riceimento che l'Academia et Studio di Alcalà di Henares fece al gran Filippo II Re di Spagna, & à Madama Isabella...doppo le nozze delle loro Maestà (printed at Venice, 1560); and a work by Niccolò Tartaglia, relevant to his controversy with Girolamo Cardano in which he was defended by Ludovico Ferrara of Milan, with mention of related tracts]from: Transactions of Cambridge Bibliographical Society 10 (1995), pp.603-615Scarsella 462 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The Strange problems of William Ireland and his library [his inscriptions and/or motto 'Soli Deo honor et gloria' noted in fifteen books in British collections]from: The Library, sixth series, 18 (1996), pp.246-250Scarsella 463 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some British Library provenances [William Savill, John Toker, John Bodley, Augustine Bassano, Robert Hole]from: Bodleian Library Record 15 (1996), pp.359-363Scarsella 464/1 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Addenda to 'A Checklist of the Writings of David M. Rogers'from: Bodleian Library Record 15 (1996), pp.518-519Not in Scarsella; introduced as 464 (2) Rhodes (Dennis E.)Some false Dublin imprints [principally editions of Sylvius' Novissima idea de febribus, printed 1686 at Dublin; reprinted anonymously at Venice, again there in 1694, evidently by Zaccaria Conzatti]from: The Library, sixth series, 19 (1997), pp.68-72Scarsella 465 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Notes on the bibliography of Rainerius de Pisis [particularly two editions, printed at Brescia 1580 and Venice 1585 respectively]from: The British Library Journal 22 (1996), pp.238-241Scarsella 466 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Two sixteenth-century Italian books: complete or incomplete? [L'Annegata. Tragedia. De L'Infiammato delle donne, probably printed at Verona, about 1551; Nicolaus Siccus, De origine pilae maioris carmen, printed at Venice, probably by Francesco Marcolini or Vincenzo Valgrisi, about 1550]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1997, pp.121-124Scarsella 467 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Fra Paolo Sarpi e la Historia della Sacra Inquisitione [with imprint 'In Serravalle, Appresso Fabio Albicocco, 1638'; but printed Geneva, Jacob Stoer, 1638, with a census of twenty-one copies]from: La Bibliofilia 99 (1997), pp.39-45Scarsella 468 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Presentazionefrom: Libri, tipografi, biblioteche. Ricerche storiche dedicate a Luigi Balsamo (Florence 1997), pp.67-74Scarsella 469 (1) Rhodes (Dennis E.)Alessandro Ruinagia da Piacenza (1472-1556): vita e operefrom: Libri, tipografi, biblioteche. Ricerche storiche dedicate a Luigi Balsamo (Florence 1997), pp.67-74Scarsella 469 (2) Rhodes (Dennis E.)A la recherche du livre perdu: three Italian editions of the sixteenth century [three lost books: Plutarco della Civile Instituzione, tradotto dal Greco in Latino da Nicola Segondino (Treviso 1501); Sermone nella Natività del Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo, composto da Assalone Abate Regolare di S. Vittore (Treviso 1564); an edition of Terence, allegedly printed at Vicenza, in 1588]from: The Library, sixth series, 19 (1997), pp.248-251Scarsella 470¶ Two copies Rhodes (Dennis E.)Addendum per la biblioteca di Pulzio Sbarra [on a copy of Ramusio's voyages printed at Venice by the Heirs of Lucantonio Giunta, in three volumes (mixture of editions, vols. dated 1563, 1559/1558, 1556), having shelf marks D.IV.1[-3], and inscriptions 'Pultio Sbarra', sold by Christie's, London, 2 April 1996; continuation of his essay in Ateneo veneto 180 (1993), pp.101-109 (Scarsella 454)]from: Ateneo Veneto 183 (1996), pp.129-130Scarsella 471 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Libri del Seicento col falso luogo di stampa 'Verona'from: Bollettino della Biblioteca Civica di Verona 2 (1996), pp.23-30Scarsella 473 1996 Rhodes (Dennis E.)La Battaglia di Lepanto e la stampa popolare a Venezia. Studio bibliograficofrom: Miscellanea Marciana 10-11 (1995-1996), pp.9-63Dumontet 474 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Il libro italiano del Seicento: un secolo di sfidefrom: Miscellanea Marciana 10-11 (1995-1996), pp.273-281Dumontet 475 1997 Basing (Patricia) & Rhodes (Dennis E.)English plague regulations and Italian models: printed and manuscript items in the Yelverton collection [thirty-five printed proclamations, dated 1576-1577, all printed by Pacifico Pontio]from: The British Library Journal 23 (1997), pp.60-67Dumontet 477 1998 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Johannes Sommerfelt I and II, and the Printer of Leo I, "Sermones"from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1998, pp.98-100Dumontet 480 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Le antiche edizioni a stampa delle poesie di Simone Serdinifrom: La Bibliofilia 100 (1998), pp.253-266Dumontet 482 Rhodes (Dennis E.)La Conquista del Perú, 1534 [printed at Seville by Bartolomé Pérez, April 1534]from: Trabajos de la Asociación Española de Bibliografía [Madrid] 2 (1998), pp.119-121Dumontet 484 1999 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Three works of heterodox Italian authors printed at Baslefrom: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1999, pp.158-160Dumontet 485 Rhodes (Dennis E.)'La Bibliofilia' 1954-1999: ricordi autobiograficifrom: La Bibliofilia 101 (1999), pp.195-206Rhodes 486 Rhodes (Dennis E.)The library of Johann Plümel [c. 1455-1508; with a note on Johann Protzer; the note on Protzer is a continuation of his essay in the Hellinga Festschrift pp.435-439 (Reidy 296)]from: Incunabula. Studies presented to Lotte Hellinga, edited by Martin Davies (London 1999), pp.231-241Dumontet 487 Rhodes (Dennis E.)A Lost Romance printed by Wynkyn de Worde [La historia de Grisel y Mirabella; see, in continuation, Joyce Bovo, in TCBS 12 (2003), pp.422-436]from: Transactions of the Cambridge Bibliographical Society 11 (1999), pp.463-467Dumontet 489 2000 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Le opere a stampa di Giustiniano Nelli [Innamoramento de due nobilissimi giovani senese...intitulata la Cardarella (Siena: Michelangelo di Bartolommeo Fiorentino, 1523), reprinted probably at Siena and by Simeone di Niccolo dei Nardi, c. 1525-1530; Le amorose novelle, printed probably at Milan, by Andrea Calvo, c. 1540]from: La Bibliofilia 102 (2000), pp.163-169Dumontet 491 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Due raccolte di opuscoli di letteratura popolare italiana nella British Library [mostly printed at Bologna or Venice, c. 1700-1770]from: L'Archiginnasio 94-95 (1999-2000), pp.67-141Dumontet 493 2001 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Humbertus Montismoretanus and a rare edition of Antonius Nebrissensis [printed at Lyon, with the materials of Mathieu Bonhomme, in 1541]from: Gutenberg Jahrbuch 2001, pp.194-196Dumontet 494 Rhodes (Dennis E.)Review of: Miguel Angel Esparza Torres & Hans-Josef Niederehe, Bibliografía Nebrisense. Las obras completas del humanista Antonio de Nebrija desde 1481 hasta nuestros días (Amsterdam & Philadelphia 1999)from: The Library, seventh series, 2 (2001), pp.86-88Dumontet 495 Rhodes (Dennis E.) & Tura (Adolfo)Aggiunte agli annali delle edizioni a stampa di Simone Serdini [continues his essay in La Bibliofilia 100 (1998),

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        Un Sargento LLamado Batista ("A Sergeant Named Batista")

      Havana: Arocha, 1954. Cloth. Collectible; Very Good/Very Good. WARMLY INSCRIBED BY FULGENCIO BATISTA (former President of Cuba {1940-44, 1955-59}) on the front free endpaper. A solid copy to boot of the 1954 1st Cuban edition (following the original American publication). Tight and VG (with light staining at the rear panel's lower corner) in a bright, VG dustjacket, with light staining to the base of the rear flap. Still though, very presentable and scarce as such, inscribed by the former President. Octavo, 310 pgs.

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        A Fable

      New York: Random House, 1954. Fine/Near Fine. First edition, limited issue. Fine in near fine original unprinted glassine dustwrapper with tiny chips and slight spine-toning in very good publisher's slipcase with some staining. Copy number 715 of 1000 numbered copies Signed by the author. Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award, the first book to win both awards.

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