Berkeley: Foolscap Press, 1993.
No. 6 of 40 specially bound copies. Folio. xx, 138p, colophon. Illustrated throughout. Extra-Illustrated with 5 original woodcuts from the 16th century book: 3 leaves containing 5 hand-colored cuts loosely laid in. Quarter bound in tan goatskin over rust-colored silk boards, spine titles in blind. Housed in slipcase, the covers with titles and illustrations in blind. Fine, some light pencil notations indicating locations, foxing and discoloration to the original leaves. Item #22498
Unique copy with the original leaves laid in.
"This edition brings together for the first time Thomas Twyne's translation of Phisicke Againt Fortune and Hans Welditz's wonderful woodcut illustyrations which were made for the German edition of 1532. The original edition contained two hundred and sixty-one woodcuts illustrating all of Petrarch's dialogues. We have selected forty-six dialogues that represent the enduting widsom of Petrarch and the impressive imagery of Weilditz...". (Publisher).