JOANNES MATTHAEUS AND HIS TRACT "DE RERUM INVENTORIBUS."
2 volumes bound in 1.
First editions. Here are two reports on Joannes Matthaeus, an Italian 16th century author. In the first volume, Ferguson attempts to determine the identity of the writer (was Joannes Tosacanus and Joannes Lunesis the same man?) In the second volume, Ferguson follows up on his questions. Original paper wrappers bound in. Volume two is illustrated in black-and-white.
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THE REVELATION OF SAINT JOHN THE DIVINE.
Limited to 250 numbered copies (Harrop 24). Printed in Bembo with Perpetua titling on Japanese vellum. Printing in black and red. With the first three words of the title wood-engraved along with 41 wood-engravings in the text by Blair Hughes-Stanton. Some rubbing of covers. Spine shows fading. Slipcase is broken but present and has part of backstrip missing.