London, England: The Mandrake Press, 1929. 4to. green vellum, all edges gilt. l, 160, (4) pages. Limited to 550 numbered copies (The Mandrake Press 20). Reprinted from the original English edition, translated from the Italian by Bartholomew Young (1587). Introduction by K.H. Josling, color decoration by M. Leone. 30 color plates. Vellum binding worn at two spots on spine.
Lexington, Kentucky: Gravesend Press, 1954. 12mo. quarter paper-covered boards with decorated paper-covered covers. (vi), 48, (2) pages. First edition of 200 hand-numbered copies. With woodcut illustrations by Fritz Kredel. A "story of roguery" from the fourteenth century. A wonderful association item as this copy bears the following presentation at the top of the free endpaper "For John DePol with friendly greetings from Joe Graves, Oct. 21st, 1955" and has John DePol's bookplate on front pastedown. Four page prospectus loosely inserted.