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Aesop's Fables Coloring Book
(Dover Publications, 1476)
Here is the second generation of Dover's lovely coloring book. The price has gone up from $1.50 to $2.50. It will go up at least twice more in my history of collecting it, though I found this copy for half-price. As I ...
The Medici Aesop
(Harry N. Abrams, 1488)
What a treasure! A good introduction gives a concise history of Aesop, the text of the fables, and the illustrations. This hand-written and hand-painted manuscript was done from a printed book, Bono Accurzio's 1480 version ...
Aesop's Fables in William Caxton's Original Illustrated Edition
(Hamish Hamilton Ltd., 1484)
This book of 37 fables has two very positive features: the coloring of Caxton's (primitive) woodcuts and the faithful rendition of his text with modern spelling and orthography. Different: the ox also steps on the expanding ...
Fábulas de Esopo Reproducción en facsímile de la primera edición de 1489
(Real Academia EspanolaTipografia de archivos, 1489)
Palau calls this tall paperbound folio a magnífica reproducción facsímile (81959). The editors seem not to know of the Toulouse edition of 1488; see my Esopete Ystoriado (Toulouse 1488), published in 1990. Nor do they ...
The Medici Aesop
(The New York Public Library, 1488)
This book was published in a hardbound version by Harry N. Abrams in 1989. The lovely illustrations remain as precisely rendered here as there. In a curious move, Adele Westbrook, editor of the hardbound version, is not ...