JUDY JOHNSON: DELAWARE'S INVISIBLE HERO.
First edition, second printing of the 1994 first printing. Limited to 2,000 copies. Introduction by the publisher, Nicholas L. Cerchio III. Judy Johnson, baseball player from Delaware, has now been elected to the Hall of Fame.
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THE PALACE OF PLEASURE.
by Painter, William.
Printed in an edition limited to 530 numbered copies of which this is one of 500 numbered copies on mould-made paper. (Ransom no.16). A collection of tales from various Greek, Latin, Italian, French, and English authors. Volume one contains an introduction by Hamish Miles, followed by a table of sources that Painter may have taken the stories from. Includes Painter's original dedication from 1566. Spine labels slightly age darkened. Slipcase worn and tape-repaired. Well preserved set.