First Edition. 2 vols, continuous pagination. Vol 1: xviii, 612pp. Vol 2: v, 613-836pp. Additionally, there are 192 b/w plates in volume 2. Both volumes have a red cloth binding w/a brown and gilt label on the spine. They are each housed in illustrated jackets. The condition of both volumes is very good. Beyond some light shelfwear to the top edges of both jackets, a 1/2cm tear at the top of the spine of volume 1, and a mark on the bottom edge of each volume (presumably left over from the accumulation of dust), there really are no faults to speak of. The first volume makes up the text. Robertson traces the history of Greek art chapter by chapter, chronologically building from the ‘archaic period’, monumental sculpture and the ‘Daedalic style’, to a final consideration of the Greek tradition in the Roman Empire. The second volume serves the first with notes and accompanying images. Surely the authoritative text on the history of Greek art. Scarce to find both volumes in such good condition. Combined weight of approx. 3.5kg – postage may have to be adjusted accordingly.
ROBERTSON, Martin, A History of Greek Art (2 Volume Set), Cambridge University Press, 1975
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor (1459-1519) et al., CONSTITVTIO SEV ORDINATIO, SVPER OFFICII NOTA-riatus exercitio, quondam a sacra Rom. Caesarea Maiestate aedita. In qua, quic-quid ad scientiam & cognitionem eorum Iurium per-tinet, quae circa officium atq; exercitium Tabellionatus consistunt, quam exactissime praescribitur, Ia. Iucundi, 1555