Physiologus: the very ancient book of beasts, plants and stones, translated from Greek and other languages by Francis J. Carmody. Francis J. Carmody, Vivien, Mallet Dean.
Physiologus: the very ancient book of beasts, plants and stones, translated from Greek and other languages by Francis J. Carmody
Physiologus: the very ancient book of beasts, plants and stones, translated from Greek and other languages by Francis J. Carmody

Physiologus: the very ancient book of beasts, plants and stones, translated from Greek and other languages by Francis J. Carmody

San Francisco: Book Club of California, 1953. Hardcover. [72p] introduction, illustrations, one of three hundred & twenty-five copies designed and illustrated by Vivien & mallette Dean, type is French Elzevir, hand-set; paper is Arches mould-made; hand-colored illustrations engraved and printed from linoleum blocks, completed at Fairfax, California in 1953, very good in light marbled boards with some light soiling and wear, title in embossed orange type on spine.

Cat.No: 210808

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