Aisopeion Mython Synagoge: Fabulae Aesopicae Collectae
Here is a good, clothbound version of Halm's work. It is apparently a later photomechanical printing of the 1884 edition. Teubner's advertisements for Neuerscheinungen pasted in at the rear of the book include several 1928 editions, and so I guess at 1928 as the date for this printing. This copy was sold by G.E. Stechert and Company in New York. It has stamped on the verso of its title-page Printed in Germany. On the title-page itself is Best.-Nr. 1347. I will quote some of my comments from my 1884 copy. The preface is dated 1852. I have several Teubner editions, but I think it would take several more to fill in the tradition that starts with Halm and leads forward to their most recent editions. This edition includes 426 fables, with an AI at the back. I find no apparatus criticus, but there are notes on many fables in the preface.
In aedibus B.G. Teubneri