The fame of the Elzevir editions rests chiefly on the works issued by this firm.
Brunet as an "Inchruler," 26—his description of an Elzevir Cæsar, ib.
You had heard that "Elzevirs" were very rare and curious books, and would like to see an Elzevir?
The Elzevir family became famous on account of its duodecimos.
There is a fair collection of classical authors, many of which are of Aldine and Elzevir editions.
A person who, if his life depended on it, could not have told an Aldine from an Elzevir.
The family originally came from Louvain, and there Louis, who first made the name Elzevir famous, was born in 1540.
To obtain a rhyme for "Elzevir" is difficult, but it has been done at much sacrifice of common-sense.
A complete catalogue of all the publications of the Elzevir presses.
It contains several hundred volumes, and among them some of the Elzevir classics.