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Old 27th August 2021, 07:43 AM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone who has a copy of Armi Bianche Italiane by Lionello G Boccia, Eduardo T Coelho and Bramante Edirice would be prepared to scan and send me the pages that feature illustrations and informatin of early sword marks.

I thought I already had this book in my scanned library, but it turns out I only have the first half and what I am looking for is in the other half of course.

I am trying to find a copy to buy but this is proving difficult.

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Old 28th August 2021, 08:50 AM   #2
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For sure I would love a copy as well.
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Old 29th August 2021, 06:25 AM   #3
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Hi Guys

I was wondering if anyone who has a copy of Armi Bianche Italiane by Lionello G Boccia, Eduardo T Coelho and Bramante Edirice

I am trying to find a copy to buy but this is proving difficult.

Cheers Cathey
A word to the wise: apparently the publisher released two versions, in the same year, same text, photos, and graphics but one has the table of makers' marks and the other edition doesn't. (I bought my copy at a Czernys auction, it's the original binding with d.j. and slipcover, but it's the version without the marks) So if you are offered a copy of this book for purchase, be sure to clarify with the seller what version it is.
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There is a numbered special edition (1.700 copies) from which i have a copy but, then again, no marks .
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Old 29th August 2021, 03:06 PM   #5
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First thanks Fernando for sending me the photogrpahed pages much appreciated. I didn't know there where two versions, does the one with the marks in it have more pages than the other?

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