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John W. Barber
Emblems of Mortality; representing, by Numerous Engravings, Death seizing all ranks and conditions of people. Imitated from a Painting in the Cemetary of the Dominican Church, at Basil, in Switzerland. With an Apostrophe to each, translated from the Latin (Charleston imprint)
Babcock & Co, 1846. Condition: Very Good. Rare. 47 Engravings from Original Designs, by Holbein, the celebrated German Painter exhibiting all orders and conditions of men, first published in 1538. Holbein was patronized by Sir Thomas More, and appointed Court painter to Henry VIII. Cloth spine with wood veneer boards. Corners and board edges worn. 102pp. Notices regarding the book pastedown inside both covers. Pencil drawing and marginalia inside both covers. Photos on request. Full refund if not satisfied.
Bookseller: Shelley and Son Books (stanshelleyandsonbooks) [Hendersonville, North Carolina, United States]
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