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  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando
  • Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1], Fossi, Ferdinando

Author Name    Fossi, Ferdinando

Title   Catalogus Codicum X V. Impressorum Qui In Publica Bibliotheca Magliabechiana [3 Volumes In 1]

Binding   Vellum

Book Condition   Very Good with no dust jacket

Publisher   Florence C. Cambiagius 1793-1793-1795.

Seller ID   38057

Folio, old vellum-backed boards; worn. Scattered light foxing. Complete with half title. Ex-library: perforated stamp on first title page; ink stamp at foot of license. Laid in book dealer's invoice from Ludwig Rosenthal dated 1919 for 145 Marks. Besterman 5060; Nicolini 22. Library bookplate and discrete pin stamp at bottom of title page. Engraved title, xi, errata bound in, colophon,811 Tomr II, Catologus Codicum Saecvlo XV 1794, 963, colophon, TomusTertius Catologus, , , 1795, 25, blank, 327, colophon, Errata. A massive volume, solidly bound with wear to extremities but with VG+ text clean and bright. Provenance- Haren Moses Meck.

Price = 3478.00 USD


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