(Palladio) Scamozzi, Ottavio Bertotti. Le Fabbriche e i disegni di Andrea Palladio e le terme romane figuarte dal medesimo. Roma: Unione Tipografico-Editrice Torinese, 1872 (volume 1) and 1873 (volumes 2, 3, 4 & 5). Seconda Edizione Torinese. Text in Italian. Elephantine Folio. In 5 Volumes. Frontis., viii, 131pp. followed by 11 double-page copper engravings, 51 single-page copper engravings; viii, 84pp. followed by 8 double-page copper engravings, 43 single-page copper engravings; viii, 72pp. followed by 7 double-page copper engravings, 43 single-page copper engravings; viii, 46pp. followed by 9 double-page copper engravings, 46 single-page copper engravings; vii, 36pp. followed by 17 double-page copper engravings, 8 single-page copper engravings: with numerous copper engraved headpieces, tailpieces, initials; measurements & notes throughout, numerous tables. Plates drawn and engraved by Antonio Mugnon, portrait by Pietro Bonato after David Rossi, are printed on heavy stock paper, showing in minute detail Scamozzi’s measurements for the plans, elevations, and sections of each of Palladio's buildings. Three quarter vellum over brown mottled design paper-covered bds., gilt lettering on brown morocco labels; corners and covers slightly scuffed, some browning & foxing to pages, previous owner’s name to titles, distinguished bookplate. Generally Good, Vol. 5 is dedicated to the Roman Baths. Heavy volumes, requires extra shipping.