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BOCCACCIO, Giovanni (1313-1375) - Laberinto d'Amore. Venice: Bindoni and Pasini, 1529.Internally a good copy of Corbaccio, or Laberinto d'Amore. It is an invective against women in which the protagonist, Boccaccio himself, loves a widow who does not correspond to him.8vo (148 x 95mm). Title within elaborate woodcut border and printer's device at end representing the archangel Raphael holding Tobiolo by the hand (light foxing). Modern antique-style calf decorated and titled in gold, blue edges; preserved in a modern box.ENBOCCACCIO, Giovanni (1313-1375) - Laberinto d'amore. Venice: Bindoni and Pasini, 1529.Internally a good copy of Corbaccio, or Laberinto d'Amore. This is an invective against women in which the protagonist, Boccaccio himself, loves a widow who does not correspond to him.8vo (148 x 95mm). Frontispiece within an elaborate xylographic frame and a typographical mark at the end depicting the archangel Raphael holding Tobiolo's hand (slight blooming). Modern antique-style leather binding decorated and titled in gilt, blue boards; preserved within modern slipcase.

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