to Aphrodite. A New Translation by F. L. Lucas, fellow of King’s College, Cambridge. With ten Engravings by Mark Severin.

Printed in Great Britain at the Golden Cockerel Press, 1948.

Small folio, pp.35, [1], engraved border and vignette on title and twelve other attractive engravings; near-fine in the original quarter black morocco and sienna buckram by Sangorski and Sutcliffe, gilt vignette to front cover, small, unobtrusive stain to rear cover; text ‘in Poliphilus Roman and New Hellenic Greek’, printed on ‘Arnold’s mould-made paper'.

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First edition, No. 308 of 750 copies. Cockalorum 177.

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