27 June 2007
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ROME - HUELSEN, Charles. Il Foro Romano. Rome: Loescher, 1905.
8°. Folding plate of the Forum and several photographic plates along the text. Brown calf binding signed by Glingler in Rome, gilt decoration and lozenge-of-arms of Margherita, Queen of Italy (1851-1926) on the upper cover. Provenance: Ex libris of Elena, Queen of Italy (1873-1953).
Together with other works on the Eternal City in handsome presentation bindings: a volume by Vaglieri also on the Forum, Le navi imperiali romane del Lago di Nemi by Maes, a 1902 Villa d'Este in Tivoli by Seni and Il palazzo di Pio IV sulla Via Flaminia from the Library of Umberto I, King of Italy (1844-1900). (5)
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