Num. Cento Vedute di Rome e sue Vicinanze.
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Num. Cento Vedute di Rome e sue Vicinanze. Rome: Tomasso Cuccioni, Via della Croce, [c. 1830].
First edition, oblong octavo, illustrated with engraved title and ninety-seven plates, no text, plates unnumbered, printed on rectos only, some reddish amateur hand-coloring in some plates, foxing, other spotting, in blue cloth, 8 1/4 x 6 in.
[Together with] Vestigie di Roma Antica, a map of ancient Rome, by Antonio Nibby (1792-1839), Rome: Monaldini, 1836, engraved, printed on paper, dissected into twenty sections and mounted on linen; some toning, lifting a little from the substrate, in a contemporary slipcase, torn and worn, 33 1/4 x 25 in. (2)
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