3 December 2007
VITRUVIUS POLLIO, Marcus. L'architettura di Vitruvio libri dieci. Translated and edited by Daniele Barbaro. Venice: Turrini, 1641.
4o (256 x 188 mm). Woodcuts in text, including full-page woodcut fly title on a4v and two folding leaves. (Some occasional pale spotting, generally crisp.) Original Italian plain boards, manuscript lettering on spine, uncut (some losses to spine).
A scarce Italian edition, finely printed and in its original boards, not recorded in BL/STC, Fowler, Millard or Cicognara.
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