, Bruno Bramanti (illus.)

Price: $200.00

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Verona: Limited Editions Club, . Tall octavo (7" x 10-1/4") bound in half rust-linen stamped in gold with a decorative wood-block paper made by hand by Antonio Gabbrielli of Montecatini. With a spirited new "first person" translation by John Warrington and a preface by John Mason Brown. Illustrated with thirty wood engravings by Bruno Bramanti. Printed and bound at the Officina Bodoni by Giovanni Mardersteig. Copy #353 SIGNED by the illustrator and the printer on the colophon page. Monthly Letter laid in. Few tiny spots of foxing to the bottom bulked text edge and fore-edge, a common and very minor defect for this title. Small tears to plain printed dustwrapper with a small stain on the spine. About Fine in a Near Fine dustwrapper and Fine slipcase (Item ID: 003984)


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