Bruno Bramanti. Very Good. Not Ex-Library Copy. Hardcover Edition Issued Without Dustjacket. Text Unmarked. Binding Is Solid. Corners Slightly Bumped. Not Ex-Library Copy. Slipcase Included. Small Neat Name On Fep..
Very Good++ in Slipcase-Fine jacket. 228 pages, ilustrated with engravings by Bruno Bramanti, translation and introduction by John Warrington. Unmarked, clear pages. Boards are covered with hand-marbled paper in tones of orange, gold and green. Buckram spine with lettering in red. Spine is sunned Firm red slipcase. Sandglass IX: 19 laid in.
Very Good. xxvi, 227 pages: illustrations, map; 27 cm. "Fifteen hundred copies have been made...by Giovanni Mardersteig at the Officina Bodoni...Signed by the printer and illustrator"--Colophon. A new translation by John Warrington; with a preface by John Mason Brown & an introduction by the translator; illustrated with engravings by Bruno Bramanti. A few small stains on dj. Hardcover in slip case. Fine binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. Ships daily. The Limited Editions Club was founded in 1929 by George Macy with the intent of publishing beautifully illustrated and designed classic literature for a relatively small number of subscribers. Much of the LEC's fame stems from its use of some of the best illustrators and artists available. Each title was uniquely designed with individualized paper and cover materials.
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