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5 June 2007
[ORLANDI, P.A.]. L'Abecedario pittorico. Bologna: C. Pisarri, 1719. 4° (236 x 167mm). (Title rather soiled, some browning and spotting). Later panelled calf, gilt spine (rubbed, corners worn). Provenance: Emil Hannover, 1886 (signature on an endpaper and bookplate).
AFFÒ, Ireneo (1742-c.1805). Vita del graziosissimo pittore Francesco Mazzola detto il Parmigianino. Parma: F. Carmignani, 1784. 4°. Modern half vellum, uncut. Provenance: Hans Semper (blue stamp at head of title).
With Luigi Pulci's Il Morgante maggiore (Florence, 1732). (3)
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