THE ALPHABET

[1] Feliciano, Felice, 15th century.
The alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona: Codex Vaticanus Latinus 6852.
Yorktown Heights, NY : Belser, 1988.
2 v. : 20 x 13 cm.
(Facsimile of the 1460 ms. of Feliciano on the construction of the Roman capital letters. Text in Italian, with translation and commentary in English. Issued in publisher's slipcase).
Contents : [v.1] Introduction and commentary. — [v.2] Facsimile: alphabet (leaves 1-13), recipes for colored inks (13-16), Latin epigram by Paolo Ramusio (17).
The alphabetum Romanum of Felice Feliciano of Verona: Codex Vaticanus Latinus 6852.

[2] The Evolution of the alphabet: this being the first of a series of ten unique & interesting notes on the history & development of printing.
New York : Printed in the old style by the Oswald Press, producers of fine printing for advertisers at 344 West 38th Street, 1906.
1 folded sheet : 15 x 10 cm.

[3] Ege, Otto F.
Pre-alphabet days.
Baltimore, MD : Norman T.A. Munder, 1923.
21 p. : 23 x 16 cm.

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