Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books and Original Prints

Boccaccio, Giovanni Annotated Bibliography & Selected Collectible Books

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Ameto over Comedia delle Nimphe Fiorentine. Nicolo Zopino e Vicentio compagno, Venice (1524). Vellum; Woodcut Title Page, First Leaf, And Initial Letters;

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. Eredi di Philippo di Giunta, Florence (1527). Facsimile; 300 Copies; Woodcut Title And Final Leaf; Vellum.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Genealogy of the Gods. Comin da Trino di Monferrato, Venice (1553). Indexed By Giuseppe Betussi; Woodcuts; Full Calf Binding.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Tragedies. John Wayland (1554). Compiled By John Bochas; Translated By John Lidgate And Monke Of Burye; Facsimile; Gilt, Banded Spine; Woodcuts; Decorated Initials.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Filocopo. Appresso Lucio Spineda, Venice (1612). Decorated Initials; Woodcuts.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. Elzevir, Amsterdam (1665). First Amsterdam Edition

Boccaccio Giovanni. The Songs. Vedova Buillerot (1698).

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. S.E., Amsterdam (1703).

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. London - Thomas Edlin (1725). Frontispiece Engraved By Baron And Grisoni; Portait Of Boccaccio Engraved By Auber; Dedication By Paolo Antonio Rolli.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. R. Dodsley at Tullys Head,London (1741). Translated By Charles Balguy; Print Engravings On Title Page,

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decamerone. S.n. (1757). Morocco Mottled Calf Binding By Stikeman and Co. With Gilt Fillets; 111 Engraved Headpieces And 97 Tail Pieces Engraved By Gravelot (Hubert-Francois Bourguignon); 111 Plates By Le Mire, Lempereur, Flipart, 89 By Gravelot, 6 By Francois Boucher, 6 By Charles Nicolas Cochin, And 10 By Dominique Eisen; Five Volumes;

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. Guisti (1761). Text By Francesco D'Amaretto Manelli From Boccacio'S Original; Facsimile; Steelplate Engravings Including Frontispiece Portrait Of Boccaccio.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. Giovanni Nourse (1762). Two Engraved Portraits

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. G.Ghiara, Tuscany (1770). Five Volumes; Nine Plates.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Ninfale Fiesolano. Molini (1778). Frontispiece Engraved By Nicolas Delaunay; Green Morocco Binding; Gilt Fillets On Cover.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. Presse Gius, Molini, Florence (1820). 110 Copies, Ten In Vellum; Wood Engravings.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Il Decameron. Leonardo Ciardetti, Florence (1825). Four Volumes.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. George Barrie, Philadelphia; The Navarre Society Limited (1900). Translated By John Payne; Etchings By Leopold Flameing; Two Volumes; 100 Copies; 15 Photogravures.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Life of Dante. Riverside, Boston (1904). Translated By Philip Henry Wicksteed; 265 Copies; 5 Red Woodcut Initials; Woodcut Portrait Of Dante On Title Page.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. Henry F. Bumpus (1906). Translated By J.M. Rigg; 12 Plates Illustrated By Louis Chalon; Two Volumes

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Der Decamerone. Georg Muller and Hans von Weber, Leipzig (1912). Translated Into German By A. Wesselski; 825 Hand-Numbered Copies;110 Woodcuts; 246 Decorated Initials; Handmade Paper.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Decameron. Neufeld and Henius, Berlin (1924). Covers And 18 Color Illustrations By Lucian Zabel

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. Boni and Liveright (1925). Translated By John Payne; Introduction By Francis Hueffer; Engravings By Clara Tice; Two Volumes; 2000 Numbered Copies

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Amorous Fiammetta. The Mandrake Press (1929). Translated By Bartholomew Young; With An Introduction By K.H. Josling; 25 Full-Page Color Pochior Prints And 10 Chromolithographs By M. Leone;550 Numbered Copies.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Contes. A la librairie Paul Cotinaud (1930). 45 Color Engravings And 100 Illustrations By Andre Collot; 331 Numbered Sets; Three Volumes

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. Limited Editions Club (1940). Woodcuts By Fritz Kredel; Introduction By Edward Hutton; Designed By George Macy; Two Volumes; 530 Numbered Copies; Printed On Worthy Rag Paper.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. Garden City Publishing Company Garden City (1949). 32 Illustrations And Title Page Insignia On Slipcase By Rockwell Kent; Translation By Richard Aldington; Signed By Rockwell Kent; 1500 Numbered Copies; Two Volumes

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Nymphs of Fiesole. Officina Bodoni, Verona (1952). Postscript By Hans Mardersteig; English Translation By John Goubourne After The 1556 French By Guerin; Edited By R.H. Boothroyd; 20 Woodcuts By Bartolomeo Di Giovanni, Recut By Fritz Kredel; 225 Numbered Copies; Handmade Fabriano Quarter Vellum.

Boccaccio Giovanni. Il Decamerone. Edizioni dArte a la Chance du Bibliophile, Milan (1955). Edited By Fernando Palazzi; 101 Color Plates By Boccasile, Sante Albertarelli, Giulio Bertoletti, Giogio De Gasperi, And Walter Molino; Two Volumes; 500 Numbered Sets.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. Die Nymphe von Fiesole. Trajanus-Presse, Frankfurt (1958). 38 Woodcuts By Felix Hoffmann; Hand-Made Cover, Slipcase By Willy Pingel; 300 Numbered Copies.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Life of Dante. Allen Press, California (1992). Translated By Philip Henry Wicksteed; Wood-Engraved Portraits Of Dante And Boccaccio, Scenes Of Florence By John Depol; Designed And Hand-Block Printed By Lewis And Dorothy Allen; Handmade Whatman Paper; Fortuny Cloth Binding.

Boccaccio, Giovanni. The Decameron. The Folio Society, Westminster (2007). Aquatint Illustrations By Buckland Wright; Design By Jeff Clements; 1750 Numbered Copies

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