Piranesi, Gian Battista. Fine. No Jacket (as issued) Private Press. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. 374 pages. Illustrated. The final work by the Roman orator, lawyer, senator and author of HISTORIAE, AGRICOLA, GERMANIA and DIALOGUS. Originally published separately, the ANNALS and HISTORIAE were meant to be one single edition of 30 books. A near fine copy fully bound in genuine black leather elegantly blocked in 22-kt gold. All-gilded edges, decorative endpapers, satin ribbon, frontispiece. Negligible, superficial scratch along its gilded fore edge.
AC4-A facsimile hardcover book in very good condition that has some bumped corners, previous owner's name written on the second page, and some light stains on the page edges with no dust jacket. The Annals of Tacitus (Vol. I: Books I-VI). Edited with introduction and notes by Henry Furneaux. P. Cornelii Taciti, Annalium ab Excessu Divid Augusti Libri. Printed photographically from the sheets of Second Edition in Great Britain by Lowe & Brydone, London 1934, 1956. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
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