Juvenal (Fl. Late 1st/Early 2nd Century), Satires, 1548
Venice: Franciscus Bindonum and Mapheum Pasinum, 1548, Chancery folio, two columns, some woodcuts, in brown quarter leather on marbled boards, the spine with raised bands and gilt lettering. [Graesse III.519; BMC 1903 supplement 264]
12-1/4" x 8-1/2"
In overall good condition. Boards with some faint soiling, rubbing and bumped corners. Tipped in title
page. Sheets with overall yellowing/darkening and some staining of paper upper right corner throughout.
Some small losses and creases, especially at edges. First few pages with 1/4" area of possible burn
damage. Last few pages with creasing at upper right corner. Scattered foxing. Spines intact and with
exception of title page, no visible signs of detached or loose pages. All consistent with age, material and
Collation and pagination: */6, A-S/8 [$4(-*/4) signed; mis-signing C4 as B4]; 150 leaves pp.  1-143 
[mis-numbering 24 as 23, 46 as 38, and 81 as 80]