Firenze: Leo S. Olschki Editore, 1972. Paperback. Beige paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Dampstained on cover and first few pages. Minor browning to margins and chipping to edges of wrappers and some pages. A good reading copy of this Italian history periodical. pages 387 - 586. ITA/041219. Good.
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Circolo della cultura e delle arti, Trieste, 1962. Paperback. Number 47 of 500 copies. Thin white paper wrappers with red and black title to front panel. Mnor wear to edges of wrappers. Slight discoloration to bottom of front wrapper, else clean. Frontispiece illustration. 39 pages. ITA/041019. Fine.
Milano: Fabbri, 1968. Paperback. Three seperate side stapled sections, each with a full color cover depicting photographic images of animals including pages 521 - 580. Text in Italian. Each section includes full color photographs and black and white line drawings. They cover marsupials, monotremes, and birds. Occasional pen annotations and minor dampstaining to bottom edge of one issue. Clean overall. An amusing periodical just for the illustrations (even if you don't read Italian). NAT/082517. Very Good.
Milano: Dalla Societa Tipografica de' Classici Italiani Contrada del Cappuccio, 1813. Hardcover. 3 titles bound into 1 volume. Three quarter vellum with light blue paper covered boards. Gilt title on black leather spine label. Dampstaining to boards and first and last few pages of text. A few dark markings to front cover and front endpages. Browning to spine. Laid-paper pages are clean overall with some foxing but otherwise very bright. Light rippling from water damaged pages. Tight binding. In Italian. 80 pages in La Nautica; 177 pages in La Coltivazione; 124 pages in Della Sifilide. ITA/3033. Very Good.
Ravenna, Italy: A. Longo, 1977. Paperback. Signed Presentation Copy. Near Fine in wraps. Signed and inscribed on the front flyleaf, dated in 1977; possibly from the author but the signature is unclear. Bound in cream paper wrappers with black title to spine and front panel. Minor browning to edges of wrappers and margins of pages. 116 pages. Italian Literature. ITL1/1282. Near Fine in Wraps.
Milan: Mediobanca, 1984. Hardcover. 8vo. Light blue cloth boards with silver title to dark blue box on spine. Spine title reads "Opere II" Very minor wear to bottom edges of boards. Interior is clean and bright with color illustrations. Printed on laid paper. IN ITALIAN. Italian Language. ITALANG/060608. Near Fine.
Edizioni dello Zibaldone, 1951. Paperback. Number 72 of 100 in serie 11a with signature of the author in pencil. Very good in grey paper wrappers with red title to front cover. Browning to spine and edges of covers. No title to spine, but there is a number "2" in printed in red. Minor browning to margins of interior pages, else clean and bright. Pages are unopened. 62 pages. ITA/062615. Very Good.
Le Monnier - Firenze, 1961. Paperback. In ITALIAN. "Premio di Saggistica per il 1962 del Centro di Vita Italiana." Beige paper wrappers with red title to spine and front panel. Orange band with white printing wraps around book. The interior is clean and bright with unopened pages. 364 pages plus index. ITA/080608. Very Good.
(Milan): (1986). Paperback. An excerpt from a larger work featuring an article titled "Societa e cultura al tempo delle signorie" with many illustrations. A thin side-stapled quarto in black illustrated wrappers with title to front cover. Clean and bright. In Italian. Pages 11 - 29. ITA/010913. Fine.
Roma: A Cura del Comitato Giuliano, (1947). Paperback. PRESENTATION COPY to Otto Weis. Signature is unclear - possibly it is a presentation copy from one of the authors. Very good in grey paper wrappers with black title to front cover. Minor wear to edges. Clean interior. 123 pages plus index. In Italian. ITA1/1252. Very Good.
Torino: Giulio Einaudi Editore, 1956-59. Paperback. 6 issues (Dispensa Prima through Dispensa Sesta), Very Good in grey paper wrappers with black titles to spines and front covers. Minor wear to edges of wrappers and spine ends. Browning to margins, else clean interiors. In Italian. ITA1/10081. Very Good.
Milano: Fratelli Treves, 1912. Hardcover. 8vo. In maroon 3/4 leather with orange and brown marbled paper covered boards. Gilt title stamp and decoration to spines. Spine leather slightly aged with some wear to the outer hinges. There is a large chip to the spine of volume five and the remaining leather is very brittle. The rear hinge of volume one is starting with a two inch crack to the leather along the hinge. Minor edge wear to all volumes. Interiors are clean and bright with marbled endpages. In Italian. ITAL/042005 This set may require an extra shipping fee. Very Good.
Boringhieri, 1980. Paperback. Presentation copy, signed and inscribed by the author on the title page. In grey paper wrappers with black title to spine and front cover. Spine and edges of wrappers are sunned, and interior is browned, else Near Fine. 272 pages. Italian Language. ITAL1/04121. Very Good +.
Bethany, CT: The Bethany Press, 1971. Hardcover. One of 500 copies. Inscribed by the printer to fellow printer Roland Hoover.The poet Ugo Foscolo , born Niccolò Foscolo, was an Italian writer, revolutionary and a poet. He is especially remembered for his 1807 long poem Dei Sepolcri. Ippolito Pindemonte (1753-1828) was an Italian poet perhaps best remembered for his pre-Romantic lyrics. The poems in this volume are printed in both Italian and English. Bound in black paper boards with gilt titling to spine. In black and white pictorial dust jacket. Printed in Bodoni Book type on Curtis rag natural wove offset paper. In very good condition. 71 pages. Very Good.
Edizioni Clusf. 1977. Paperback. Very good in tan paper wrappers with white title to spine and front cover. Sunning to spine and edges of wrappers. Spine is now grey. Minor wear to edges of wrappers and minor rubbing. Filled with illustrations. Size quarto. In Italian. ITA3/2202. Very Good in Wraps.