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|Named Person:||John Mandeville, Sir; John Mandeville, Sir.|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John Mandeville, Sir.; Valenti Angelo; Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
|Notes:||Translation of his Itinerarium, originally written in French.
"Printed at San Francisco in May 1928, by Edwin and Robert Grabhorn for the Random House, New York. Illuminated by Valenti Angelo. This edition ... is printed from the English edition of 1725 ... The illustrations were drawn by Valenti Angelo from those in early editions and manuscripts. The type designed by Rudolph Koch ... is here used for the first time in America, through the courtesy of Gebrüder Klingspor. The type has been set by Robert Grabhorn and John Gannon, presswork is by Edwin Grabhorn, the binding by William Wheeler. This edition is limited to one hundred and fifty copies"--Colophon.
LC copy unnumbered.
|Description:||156 pages : illustrations ; 37 cm|