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Re: VMs: Voynich Catalogues
which is a scan of the cover of my copy. Knowing what we do (or what we
may surmise) of WMV's career, I find his choice of personal device or
crest rather amusing....
In message <BAY5-DAV37WPowvhDg2000039be@xxxxxxxxxxx>, DANA SCOTT
>Just for the record.
>At the back of catologue No. 31, Voynich includes a list of recently
>published Catalogues as listed here:
>No. 26. Parts 1 and 2. Early Printed Books and
> Early Woodcuts (421 items).
>No. 27. Medical and Alchemical Works (412 items).
>No. 28. Early Printed Books and Early Woodcuts
> (381 items); Bibliographies (139 items).
>No. 29. Early Printed Books and Early Woodcuts
> (212 itmes).
>No 30. Early Works on Pure and Applied Science.
> Part I. (558 items.)
>No 32. Medical and Alchemical Works (in prepara-
>The description for No. 31 is as follows:
>(includes an announcement of his Paris branch)
>"An Illustrated Catalogue of
>many with Woodcuts, and
>a Specimen of an Unknown
>Xylographical Press, offered
>by Wilfrid M. Voynich."
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