Book Title: The Hidden Signatures of Francesco Colonna and Francis Bacon, A Comparison of Their Methods, With the Evidence of Marston and Hall That Bacon Was the Author of Venus and AdonisAuthor: William Stone BoothPublisher: ButterfieldDate: 1910Binding: HardcoverBook Condition: Very GoodEdition: 1st Edition67 pages, plus indexMarkings: Signed by author, William Stone Booth. Includes a loosely laid in errata slip, and a flyer for a Bacon portraitDescription: This copy is signed by Stone, on the front end page, to the future Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, Harlan F. Stone, with the wording, "To Harlan F. Stone, With my love, W. S. B., Cambridge Mass. June 23, 1910".
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The cover has edge wear, including frayed corners, a dink to the outside edge, and frayed ends to the spine. There are surface scuffs, but no prominent stains or deep tears. The lettering is unfaded, both on the cover and inside. The pages are clean and without tears. All the diagrams, including the fold-out pages, are in fine condition, as is the portrait (see photos). The binding is tight, with no loose or missing pages.