London: Printed & Sold by Rt. Birchall, No. 133, New Bond Street, [ca. 1813].
Folio. Dark red half leather with decorative blindstamping, dark red leather label with "Miss Anderson" and cornerpieces gilt to upper, spine in gilt-ruled compartments with decorative blindstamped devices, plain contemporary boards. 1f. (recto illustrated title by R. & E. Williamson incorporating volumes with names of 7 Mozart operas, verso blank),  (blank), 2-127, [i] (blank) pp. Engraved. Watermark dated 1813. Each of the 15 numbers with secondary title and pagination. Printed on paper with a very slightly blue tint.
With contemporary manuscript index to free front endpaper.
Binding slightly worn, rubbed, bumped, and stained. Slightly worn; title partially separated.
A very good, wide-margined copy.
Köchel 6, p. 598.
First performed on 29 October 1797 in Prague, "[Don Giovanni] was the second operatic collaboration of Mozart and his librettist Lorenzo da Ponte, who, some fifteen months earlier, had had a great success with their Le nozze di Figaro. Their third and last opera together was to be Così fan tutte. This triumvirate of masterworks has earned them their current reputation as one of the world's greatest opera-writing teams..." Zaslaw and Cowdery p. 61.
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