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Meditations of Marcus Aurelius

by Aurelius Marcus translated by Meric Casaubon

Condition: Collectible - Very Good

The Limited Editions Club. Collectible - Very Good. SIGNED BY ILLUSTRATOR! NY: Limited Editions Club, 1956. Limited TO 1500 copies, this one not numbered. 8vo. 230 pgs. Blue and black title pg and chapter illustrations. Signed by the artist Mueller on limitation pg, no inscription but there is an owner blindstamp to pg at bottom edge. Very good in a very good slipcase. Leather spine is scuffed. Else near fine. Slipcase has light wear. Inquire if you need further information.


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