Istoria del Decamerone di Giovanni Boccaccio: Manni, Domenico Maria Istoria del Decamerone di Giovanni Boccaccio: Manni, Domenico Maria

Istoria del Decamerone di Giovanni Boccaccio

Manni, Domenico Maria

Published by Antonio Ristori, Firenze, 1742
Condition: Near Fine
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4to, xxx, 672, [1] pp. With one folding plate. Brunet III 1371. Gamba 2337. Full of many odd tidbits about the Decameron. Red morocco spine label has some chipping but still entirely legible. All edges stained red. Tight, and clean and crisp within. Notes written on FEP, and pp 131 to 136 are bound in twice. One leaf with short cursive note in margin. Bookseller Inventory # 001528

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Title: Istoria del Decamerone di Giovanni Boccaccio

Publisher: Antonio Ristori, Firenze

Publication Date: 1742

Binding: Full Vellum

Book Condition:Near Fine

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