Baden-Baden (i.e. "Aureliae Aquensis): Verlag Librairie Heitz GmbH, 1966. Second edition. 132,  pp. With 68 illustrations + 1 map in the text. Original printed wrappers. NOT ex-library! Very good. Item #3164
THE MOST COMPLETE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS BY SERBS, CROATS AND SLOVENES PRINTED BEFORE 1600 WHICH HAS BEEN COMPILED SO FAR. It consists of 241 items, representing all those available from reliable bibliographical sources, checked and supplemented as far as possible.
Preceding the bibliography is an account of the early development in the South Slav lands and of facilities for printing Serbian, Croatian and Slovene books in other countries in the 15th and 16th centuries. For obvious reasons, the printing of books in their own languages, and in their own alphabets, was paramount in their struggle to preserve native languages and creeds.
This second edition has more illustrations, editions described, and more text than the 1960 first edition. No digital surrogate of any edition exists.
¶ From the famed Bibliotheca Bibliographica Breslaueriana (sale at Christies NY, 2005, lot 1620), with his penciled accession number on front cover.