Naso, Publius Ovidius.
Heroidum Epistolae …
[Florence: Heirs of Filippo Giunta,
A Florentine counterfeit of the works of Ovid, including The Art of Love and The Cure for Love. The device is a crude imitation of the Aldine dolphin and anchor, with a mean little dolphin wound the wrong way around the anchor. The initials in pen on the device stand for A[ldus] M[anutius] R[omanus], either an effort to support the pretense, or evidence that the counterfeit must have convinced someone.
From the collection of G. Scott Clemons.