DÜRER, ALBRECHT. [De Symmetria partium in rectis formis humanorum corporum]. (Nuremberg: Dürer's widow), 1532. Lacks A1 (title) and C5, A2 soiled and with edges frayed, dampstaining to E1. First Edition in Latin of Books 1 and 2 of the Vier Bücher von Menschlichen Proportionen (1528), gothic type, double column, 71 pages of woodcut diagrams and illustrations, including 85 full-length cuts of human figures, with O4 blank. Adams D-1044; Fairfax-Murray German 152. [Bound with:] De varietate figurarum et flexuris partium ac gestib. imaginum, libri duo. (Nuremberg: Hieronymus [Andreas] Formschneyder for Dürer's widow) 1534. Lacking d5, i1 and double-leaf i5-6, d6 misbound between quires e and f and with lower margin defective and repaired, folding plates with minor marginal fold breaks or repairs, double-page plate e5-6 marginally soiled and frayed and with diagram just shaved. First Edition in Latin of Books 3 and 4, gothic type, 3 (of 4) folding double leaves, numerous woodcuts, including several illustrations showing the proportions of the human head and 52 (of 60) full-length human figures shown in movement (two to a page). Adams D-1049; Fairfax Murray German 153. [With:] Quatuor his suarum Institutionum Geometricarum libris. Paris: Christian Wechel, 1535. Lacks 29 leaves (including a fragment of an unidentified leaf), fol. I3 defective, without blank leaf Q4, P3-4 with margins restored, pasted-down extension on p. 179 cut round and mounted. Second edition in Latin, second issue. Adams D-1048; Moreau 1291. [With:] De urbibus, arcibus, castellique condendis. Paris: Christian Wechel, 1535. Lacks double leaves d4 and f2, and h6 blank, double leaves c2 and d1 misbound before title, marginal repair at fold of d1, marginal repairs to double leaf b1, a few other small marginal repairs or tears. First Edition in Latin, woodcuts, 8 (of 10) folding double leaves. Adams D-1056; Harvard/Mortimer French184; Moreau 1292. 4 vols. in one, folio, 317 x 205 mm. (12½ x 8 1/8 in.), contemporary calf, central gilt arabesque cartouche within two gilt fillet panels, fleurons at corners of inner panel, rebacked in the 19th century, corners restored, edges stained red, joints split, rubbed, occasional slight marginal dampstaining, ruled in red throughout. A now unfortunately imperfect Sammelband of Joachim Camerarius's Latin translations of Dürer's major works on aesthetics and proportion.