Emblems of mortality; representing, by numerous engravings, death seizing all ranks and conditions of people. Imitated from a painting in the cemetery of the Dominician [!] church, at Basil, in Switzerland. With an apostrophe to each, tr. from the Latin. To which is now added... a particular description of each cut.
|Related Names:||Barber, John Warner 1798-1885., Anderson, Alexander 1775-1870., Holbein, Hans 1497-1543.|
Charlestown, Babcock & co.; 1846.
Preface signed: J.W.B.
Cuts by A. Anderson, reprinted from the original plates of the New Haven edition of 1810, are, with a few exceptions, reversed.
viii, 10-102 p.
16 x 10 cm.
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