Prima edizione. Cm.18,7x11,5. Pg.288. Dedica autografa dell'Autore a Ercole Rivalta, data 3 Luglio 1931. Le lettere erano già state pubblicate sulla rassegna "Pegaso" tra il Gennaio 1929 e il Dicembre 1930. 350 gr. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Titel: VENTI LETTERE.
Auflage: Prima edizione.
Buchbeschreibung Treves, Milano, 1931. br. Buchzustand: BUONO. cm.14x20, pp.286, Milano, Treves 1931, cm.14x20, pp.286, br. Prima edizione. Secondo migliaio. Artikel-Nr. 154522
Buchbeschreibung per l'erede di Alberto Pazzoni, regio-ducale stampatore, In Mantova, 1795. in 4°, 26 cm, copertina "alla rustica" recente, tagli colorati; pp. 97, (3), vignetta silografica al frontespizio Molto buono. Artikel-Nr. 4132-l
Buchbeschreibung Venice & Naples, Francesco Benzi, 1684., 1684. 4to. (4) pp. With a woodcut title vignette. Disbound. Extremely rare early newspaper, reporting on the communication between Shah Suleiman of Persia and Jan III Sobieski, King of Poland, shortly after the latter had liberated the besieged city of Vienna from the rival Ottoman forces. The remainder of the reports pertains to further military successes against the Turks (in the wake of which several European states were even emboldened to propose a coalition with Safavid Persia against the Ottoman Empire); there are also details about storms, earthquakes, and the sightings of comets, all of which were thought to bode ill to the Ottomans. - The Polish King's response to Suleiman's letter, though announced in the headline, is not printed here; the newspaper is complete thus with two conjoined quarto leaves, conforming with the single other known copy, kept at the Biblioteka Narodowa, Warsaw. - Slight browning; edges untrimmed. K. Zawadzki, Gazety ulotne polskie II, 1122. Cf. OCLC 82569381 (microform only). Artikel-Nr. 46960