LEONARDO DA VINCI KEELE (KENNETH) AND CARLO PEDRETTI. Leonardo Da Vinci. Corpus of the Anatomical Studies in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle, 3 vol. (2 text and Atlas), NUMBER 31 OF 998 COPIES, 1979-1980
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LEONARDO DA VINCI KEELE (KENNETH) AND CARLO PEDRETTI. Leonardo Da Vinci. Corpus of the Anatomical Studies in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle, 3 vol. (2 text and Atlas), NUMBER 31 OF 998 COPIES, 1979-1980
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LEONARDO DA VINCI
KEELE (KENNETH) AND CARLO PEDRETTI. Leonardo Da Vinci. Corpus of the Anatomical Studies in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle, 3 vol. (2 text and Atlas), NUMBER 31 OF 998 COPIES, upwards of 750 illustrations on facsimile sheets loose in atlas, illustrations in the text, printed on pure rag mould-made paper, original blue morocco by Zaehnsdorf, g.e., the Atlas in matching solander box, folio, New York, [Designed and Printed at the Curwen Press] for Johnson Reprint Company, 1979-1980

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  • A magnificently presented work, reproducing in facsimile all the anatomical studies by Leonardo at Windsor Castle, with full transcriptions, translations and anatomical notes. The photography and preparation of the plates was "undertaken on premises made available to the Publisher in the grounds of Windsor Castle by gracious permission of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II".
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