'Naeniæ in mortem Thomæ Viati equitis incom parabilis' by John Leland, London, 1542; illustrated book in Latin, with eleven un-numbered pages, containing the portrait of Thomas Wyatt; head and shoulders in three-quarter profile to right, with mustache and long beard, in two roundels of three lines each, flanked by sitter's initials; bound in red leather, with gold lettering on spine 'Lelandi / Naeniæ / 1542'; portrait after Hans Holbein the Younger.Woodcuts and letterpress
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