THE DECAMERON, NEWLY TRANSLATED FROM THE ITALIAN BY FRANCES WINWAR WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY BURTON RASCOE.
Limited to 1500 numbered copies signed by the illustrator, T.M. Cleland. Printed at the Press of A. Colish. This is the seventh production of the Club. Slipcase is not present.
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> COLISH, A.
> WINWAR, FRANCES
> RASCOE, BURTON
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ROSALYNDE, OR EUPHUES GOLDEN LEGACIE
by Lodge, Thomas
Limited to an edition of 160 (Johnson, 12). Part of the series of "Shakespearean Reprints." Rosalynde was thought to have been the basis for some of the themes in 'As You Like It.' From the edition printed by Abel Jeffes for T.G. and John Busbie in 1592 and collated with the 1598 edition. Text in black and red printed on American handmade paper watermarked "Elston" . Bookplate of Frederick Forrest Peabody, founder of the Arrow Shirt company, on back paste-down. Scratching to covers.