Dalí, Salvador Biblia Sacra. Vulgatae editionais. With 105 lithographs after gouaches by Salvador Dáli. 5 vols. (Rome), Rizzoli 1967. Smoothed green original calfskin volumes with floral verges, silk moiré attachments and gold edges, in original slipcases with silk moiré cover (only minimally rubbed, 2 volumes slightly scraped at the edges on the back). Field 69.3. - Wvz. Michler/Löpsinger 1600th - 1 of 199 numbered copies of the Editionis 'Magni Luxus' with the stamped & numbered gold casting of the artist's hand with leather case. - Wide-margined impression on strong laid paper with Dalí's name as watermark. - "Rizzoli/New York exhibited the original paintings and the prints side by side. The prints are so like the originals the only sure way to distinguish one from the other was that the paint on the originals made the surface uneven. (Field 69.3) The Bible, which comprises 105 lithographs after gouaches, is considered the largest published suite of Dali's artistic work. The gouaches, created between 1963 and 1964, were acquired by Guiseppe Albaretto and published by Rizzoli in 1969. - Impressive edition with large format lithographs. With 105 lithographs after gouaches by Salvador Dáli. Impressive original leather bindings with floral spine formation and Moiré silk endpapers in original Moiré silk slipcase. (Only minimally rubbed, 2 vols. at the back slightly chafed at the edges). - 1 of 199 numbered copies of the Editionis 'Magni Luxus' with the stamped & numbered gold casting of the artist's hand with leather case. - Broad margined print on strong handmade paper. - The bible which contains 105 lithographs is the most extensive suite ever published by the artistic work of Dali. - The gouaches were executed between 1963 and 1964 - Impressive edition with full sized lithographs.