The Decameron. Faithfully translated by J.M. Rigg. With illustrations by Louis Chalon.
London: Henry F. Bumpus, 1906. Twelve engraved plates. Joints corners lightly rubbed, edges foxed, occasional foxing to text. A very good set in an attractive, unsigned binding. Full contemporary burgundy straight-grained morocco. Covers and spines decoratively paneled in gilt. Top edge gilt, others uncut. Gilt inner dentelles, red silk endleaves. Two volumes, quarto. Item #12707
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