The book of Signs which contains all manner of symbols used from the earliest times to the middle ages by primitive peoples and Early Christians. Collected, drawn and explained by Rudolf Koch. Translated from the German by Vyvyan Holland. New York, Dover Publications, Inc. . Gr.-8°. [235 x 155 mm]. With 493 illustrations in the text, from woodcuts by Fritz Kredel. , 104 S. Illustrierte OKartonage.
The Dover edition, first published in 1955, is an unabridged and unaltered republication of the English translation originally published by the First Edition Club of London in 1930. The illustrations in this book were once cut on wood by Fritz Kredel, Offenbach am Main. The copies of this book have been printed in Professor Rudolf Koch’s „magere deutsche“ type. With a Note by A. J. A. Symons. - Einband sauber mit selbstklebender Klarsichtfolie überzogen.