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  • arnobernoarno
    and now some interesting webpages about the famous DANTINO: www.dante.intelvi.com/ www.rappaport.it/catalogo_191.PDF www.bottegantica-arezzo.com/biblios.pdf
    Message 1 of 1 , May 29, 2007
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      and now some interesting webpages about
      the famous DANTINO:

      www.dante.intelvi.com/

      www.rappaport.it/catalogo_191.PDF
      www.bottegantica-arezzo.com/biblios.pdf

      www.libreriadraghi.it/cultura.php?n=45
      www.cartiglio.it/scheda-opere.php?codice=1021
      www.deagostiniedicola.it/frontend/content.asp?artcat=12&artID=699
      http://biblioteca.comune.pordenone.it/curioso.htm
      http://blog.studioeditorialegordini.it/index.php?id=13


      Dantino "Dantino" printed by the Salmin brothers of Padua in 1878
      Name with which one is identified very small edition of the Divine
      Commedia. Famous that printed publication one to Padova in the 1878
      from the Salmin brothers: the pages are 57x37 x milimeter (in 128°).
      Later on it passed to Hoepli publisher. The smallest known format is
      the 128°. Famous work in this format is one Divine called Commedia
      printed publication Dantino to Padova in the 1878 from the Salmin
      brothers. Defined the smallest book of the world not as well as for
      the dimensions of the pages how much for the press character. A page
      is of milimeter 56x34.

      :-) Arno
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