Buenos Aires: (Colombo), 1954. Veroni, Raul. Limited Edition. Wraps. Number 35 of 50 copies on Ingres Ecoles, quarto size,  pp., initialed by the artist below the plate. Near fine / near fine. Item #17090803
Florentino Ameghino (1854-1911) was an Argentine naturalist and anthropologist, who made important fossil discoveries on Patagonia; a lovely etching of Sr. Ameghino serves as the frontispiece, initialled by the artist. Offered as issued in unbound signatures in original wraps, with original glassine wrapper.
___DESCRIPTION: Gray paper covered wrappers with glassine jacket, printed in gray and black, frontis portrait (etching), Ingres Ecoles paper, Garamond Frances type, quarto size (9.75" by 6.5"),  pp., limited edition, number 35 of 50 copies on Ingres Ecoles, of a total edition of 60.
___CONDITION: A bright clean copy, with no foxing, in the original glassine; some minor foxing at edges, near fine.
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