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Dieci regole per falsificare libri. Scelte da Marino Massimo De Caro, con una prefazione polemica di Giuliano Ferrara by  b. 1973  Marino Massimo - Paperback - First edition - 2020 - from Jay Dillon  Rare Books + Manuscripts (SKU: H1326)

Dieci regole per falsificare libri. Scelte da Marino Massimo De Caro, con una prefazione polemica di Giuliano Ferrara

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Dieci regole per falsificare libri. Scelte da Marino Massimo De Caro, con una prefazione polemica di Giuliano Ferrara

by De Caro, Marino Massimo, b. 1973

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¶ Chutzpah: "Un libro sui libri falsi, scritto da un falsario, stampato in un falso luogo di stampa (Amstelodami, come nell'antichità) e con un marchio editoriale (quello di Aldo Manuzio) contraffatto, quindi falso." (S. Berni, Gingko 2020.01.11.) The title-page reads scelte; the cover has scielte, which was Aldo's spelling. The imprint "èinaudito" is a pun on Einaudi and è inaudito "it is unheard of". ·

First edition (only edition), one of only 150 numbered copies distributed mostly at the Milan book fair 18-19 January 2020 and quickly exhausted. The present copy is numbered LXIV. It was acquired in the rare-book trade April 2020. Thus its purchase here will not enrich Sig. De Caro. —

¶ Collation: 200 x 105 mm (7⅞ x 4⅛ inches): Thirty-three leaves, paginated [1]-[65] [66 blank]. Illustration: Seven halftone facsimiles (title-pages &c). Binding: Pictorial wrappers. Pictorial black dust-jacket, Aldine device lettered "ALD VS" (sic) in silver. Condition: Fine.

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Bookseller
Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
H1326
Title
Dieci regole per falsificare libri. Scelte da Marino Massimo De Caro, con una prefazione polemica di Giuliano Ferrara
Author
De Caro, Marino Massimo, b. 1973
Format/binding
Pictorial wrappers. Pictorial black dust-jacket, Aldine device lettered “ALD VS” (sic) in silver
Book condition
Used - Fine
Quantity available
1
Edition
First edition
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Milan: Èinaudito (ie, Simone Berni / Cacciatore di Libri, Sienna), 2020
Place of Publication
Milan
Date published
2020
Keywords
forgery forgeries
Size
200 x 105 mm (7⅞ x 4⅛ inches)

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