New York, East
24 April 2001
HOMER. Ilias. Noua recognitione castigata. -- Odyssea. Batrachomyomachia. Hymni XXXII. Omnia noua recognitione castigata. -- Homeri vita, noua recognitione castigata. In Greek. Edited by Bernardus Felicianus. Venice: Pietro Nicolini da Sabbio and Melchiorre Sessa, 1547.
4 works bound in 2 volumes, 8o (157 x 101 mm). Greek type. Printer's woodcut devices of cat walking to right on titles. 19th-century brown morocco gilt, edges gilt. Provenance: Richard Heber (ink stamp on front flyleaf, Sotheby's part I, 24 April 1834 lot 3334); Henry Huth (morocco bookplate, Sotheby's part III, 12 June 1913 lot 3765).
Adams H-752 (collation for Odyssea and Vita only); BM/STC Italian, p.330. (2)
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