Ricci, Seymour De; Claudin, A. Documents Sur La Typographie et La Gravure En France, Aux XVe et XVIe Siecles. Londres [London]: Maggs Bros., 1926. Pages: 2 preliminary leaves, 35,  pages, 721 facsimile on 346 plates (3 mounted, 1 folded, 2 double).
Bound in medieval style by Riviere & Son, with quarter brown pigskin spine, nearly ½" thick beveled oak boards, and silver clasps & hardware with pigskin straps. Spine features 5 large raised bands, blind ruling, title stamped in gilt to spine, and large medieval headbands. Top edges are gilt, rest are untrimmed. A few notations on front fly page regarding illustrations in the text. Measures approx. 10.5" x 13.75" x 3.75". Given its size and construction, in unusually nice condition–with some light rubbing to pigskin and small (1") closed crack to front upper hinge. Silver somewhat tarnished, but fits in with the overall aesthetic of this style of binding.