1905 The Divine Comedy. Dante Alighieri. Il. by Doré. (in Italian)


Bella edition Publishing Editrice Sonzogno Milan, made in the early twentieth century, the universal work of Dante Alighieri, The Divine Comedy, illustrated by Gustave Dore sheets.

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Unique copy with a beautiful binding, completely handmade and decorated by hand, of an early 20th century edition of La Divina Comedia, produced by the Casa Editrice Sonzogno publishing house in Milan, of the universal work of Dante Alighieri, illustrated with plates by Gustavo Doré.

Rigid parchment binding, with hand-made color decoration and metal fittings. Format 25.5 x 34 cm. 680 pages, some of them restored without affecting the text.

Since hardware can damage the side books on your library shelf, we offer this unique copy with a custom-made hard case, open type / dust cover, lined in copper sapphire vanol, or old gold, size 25.5 x 35 x 5 cm.

Copy with obvious signs of use that do not affect the integrity of the work, but highly revaluable for its special and exclusive binding, which makes it a unique copy.

The Divine Comedy is one of the most unique and significant works of pre-Renaissance and Italian literature.

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