(HOMER) (BREMER PRESS) Homerou poiesis [romanized from Greek]. Munich: Officinae Bremensis, 1923-1924. Copies 42 of 615.
2 vols. Rebound in quarter leather over marbled boards (35 cm. tall), with simple glt lettering to spine, t.e.g. Contents collated as complete, with signature marks in Greek type. Finely printed on Zanders paper.
Founded in 1911, the Bremer Press was based upon the model of Doves Press. A year after moving from Bremen to Munich, they published Homer's two works, with Greek letters cut on calligraphic lines.
Estimate $ 800-1,200
Property from the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois