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        Helvetiorum Respublica.

      Leiden: Elzevier, 1627. 24mo (11,2 x 5,5 cm). 535, (17) pp. Contemporary overlapping full vellum. Spine with handwritten title in ink. Historical and geographical compendium of Switzerland. It contains, apart from Simler's original work "De Republica Helvetiorum libri duo", four smaller treatises. 1. A geographical description of Switzerland by Franciscus Guillimannus and Oswald Molitor "Brevis Helvetiae Geographica Descriptio, ex Francisco Guillimanno, Osualdo Molitore, & aliis". (pp. 5 - 21). 2. A treatise on the Swiss soil by the humanist Heinrich Glareanus "Helvetiae Soli natura, ex Henrico Glareano, & aliis". (pp 21 - 24). 3. An anonymous treatise on the Swiss rivers, "De Fluviis aliquot Helvetiae". (pp. 24 - 25). 4. A treatise by Daniel Heremeita on the geographical situation of Switzerland "Danielis Heremitae Belgae de Helvetiorun, Raetorum, Sedunensium situ, republica & moribus epistola ad D. Ferdinandum Gonzagam Mantuae Ducis fil". (pp. 485 - 521). With engraved title-page (signed P.S.) depicting the three legendary heroes of the Swiss independence, Arnold von Melchtal, Walter Fürst and Werner Stauffacher, who founded the Old Swiss Confederacy on the Rütli. Apart from some unobtrusive stains a fresh and nice copy. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Leicester both county and citie described, the honourable families that have the titles of Earls thereof, with other accidents therein observed.

      Performed by John Speede, and are to be sold in popes head Alley by John Sudbury and George Humble, [1627]. - Speed's map of Leicestershire Engraved map with hand colouring. A beautifully coloured map of Leicestershire, with an inset map of Leicester and a vignette with text showing the Battle of Bosworth, the climatic engagement of the Wars of the Roses in 1485.John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His "Theatre of Great Britain" was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 396 by 510mm. (15.5 by 20 inches). Chubb XXV.

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        Philippe Fornas Nouvelle Methode pour apprendre le Plain Chant Music Musik

      Format: ca. 24 x 17 cm (Bücher 4332) Das zweite bekannte Exemplar!!!! Philippe Fornas - (1627-1692) Nouvelle Methode pour apprendre le Plain Chant en fort peu de jours. Lyon, Pierre Muguet, 1657 flexibler Pergament-Einband des 17. Jahrhundert 34 Seiten, 1 Bl. mit zahlreichen Notenbeispielen Erste Ausgabe Äusserst seltene Erstausgabe dieser Anleitung zur Erlernung des Plainsong, eines liturgischen Gesangs in der westlichen Kirche Nur ein weiteres Exemplar weltweit bekannt!!! (Paris, Bibliotheque Sainte Genevieve) Format: ca. 24 x 17 cm Einband stärker fleckig und wellig innen gut erhalten Extremely rare first edition - the second copy known (not in Bibliotheque National at Paris) Äusserst selten!!Das kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.

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        L'Instruction du roy en l'exercice de monter a cheval par messire.

      Pierre Rocolet, Paris 1627 - Frontis doble, 3 retratos. 203 pp. 56 grabados sobre cobre a doble plana. Segunda edición de este magnífico libro, probablemente uno de los más bellos que existen sobre equitación. Antoine de Pluvinel, fue tutor del rey Luis XIII de Francia, también conocido por perfeccionar un método de doma en el que introdujo el uso de dos pilares para acostumbrar a la montura a controlar sus movimientos en espacios reducidos, así como utilizando el ejercicio del movimiento de "espalda adentro" para aumentar la flexibilidad del caballo. La ilustración, del artista flamenco Crispin de Pas, es soberbia. Seis de los 56 grabados son de bocados, el resto son posiciones del caballo. Con un precioso frontis doble (con fecha 1629) y tres retratos, de Pluvinel, del Rey de Francia y Navarra Luis XIII y de Menou.Ejemplar con pequeña mancha de tinta en el frontis doble, en buen estado de conservación, limpio. Brunet Tomo IV, col. 749. Graesse, pp. 373. Piel de la época, lomera nueva. Ambas tapas con pequeñas restuaraciones, greca dorada algo deslucida

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        Carte de l'Amerique corrigee et augmentee dessus Toutes les aultres cy devant faictes par P. Bertius

      [Paris 1627 - Copper-engraved map, insets of polar regions. Scarce first state of Tavernier's separately-issued map of North America, including insets of the Arctic and Antarctic regions. In 1627, Tavernier, the most important mapseller and publisher in France, published a set of the four continents after Bertius, though possibly without his permission. Although crediting Bertius, the map more closely follows the Hondius mapping of 1618, with the completed northwest coast line, similar mapping of the Great Lakes and similar decorative ships and sea monsters (though without the decorative surround). However, unlike the Hondius map, here the southern coast of Tierra del Fuego is completed, as per the Bertius map of 1624. The map was first issued separately, and then issued in Tavernier's Theatre Geographique . The present example is the rare, separately-issued first state; the subsequent issue published after 1640 included additional toponyms, such as "Neuf Amsterdam" (i.e. New York), "Pleymouth", "Accadie" and others. Burden, The Mapping of North America 218; Wagner, Cartography of the Northwest Coast 335.

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        Spiegel des Humors Grosser Potentaten/ Anzuschawen vorgestellet in der Beschrei= bung des LEbens von der Regierung weiland Pfalzgraffen Friedichen des Andern/ Churfürstens/ etc. Hiebevorn im Latein verfertigt/ und in vierzehn Büchern abgetheilet. Nunmehr ins Deutsche obergesetzt/ der Historien und alter auffgichtigkeit Liebhabern zum besten/ und mit etlichen Notis verbessert/ Durch Hartemannum Mayricianum Salinatorem [d.i. Hartmann von der Heyde]. Beigebunden: Kurtzer warhaffter Bericht/ Wie die Tractaten und Handlung zwichen dem löblichen NiederSächsichen Craiß an einem/ und Hertzogen von Friedland/ [et]c. auch Graf Johan von Tilli ... Stadt Braunschweig ... Jedermänniglich zur Nachrichtung in offenen Druck geben/ ec. (o.O., 1626.) Sowie: Hoe von Hoenegg, Matthias: Zwo Christliche Predigten/ Auff dem Chur-Fürstentage zu Mülhausen/ in sehr grosser/ volckreicher und ansehnlciher Versamlung/ in der Hauptkirchen daselbst... gehalten. (Leipzig, Schürer - Götze, 1627.)

      Titel + 6 n.n. S. + 2 Leerblatt + 511 S., 8 n.n. + 256 S., Titel + 24 n.n. + 34 S. Pgm. der Zeit. Sammelband. Ad 1, Vgl. VD 17 23:248037G: Es fehlt die Kupfertafel sowie 5 Blatt aus der Vorrede. Ad 2, VD 17 14:053008X. Ad 3, VD 17 14:003663Q. - Ebd. fleckig, Gbrsp., Seiten u. z.T. Satzspiegel gebräunt, etw stockfleckig, Besitz-Eintrag a. V., vorderes Gelenk m. Papier unfachmännisch verstärkt, im 1. Teil hds. Anstr. und kl. Anm. in feiner Tinte. - Seltene Zusammenstellung aus der Zeit des Dreißzigjährigen Krieges.

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        Autograph quotation signed ("Friderichus à Logaw Nob[ilis] Sil[esius]"). Altdorf, 19. X. 1627.

      1627. 8vo. 1 p. "Amare volo, potiri nolo. | Laudatâ Virtute & politiori literaturâ Fulgentissimo Domino Possessori, sic adfectum benivolum innuere & honorificum sui recordationem procurare voluit". - With a colored coat-of-arms in gouache; Logau appends to his signature his Ovidian motto: "Non est mortale quod opto" ("What I desire is not mortal"). - In 1625 Logau continued his study of law at Altdorf. - Extremely rare; the only autograph of the great Silesian poet and member of the Fruitbearing Society in the auction records of the last decades. Slight spotting; mounted at left edge; altogether well-preserved.

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        Herefordshire described with the true plot of the citie of Hereford as alsoe the armes of those nobles that have been intitled with that dignity.

      Performed by Iohn Speede, And are to be solde in Popes head alley against the Exchange by Iohn Sudbury and George Humbell, [1627]. - Speed's map of Herefordshire Engraved map with hand colouring. A beautifully coloured map of Herefordshire, with an inset of the city of Hereford and a vignette of the Battle of Mortimer's Cross, a key battle in the Wars of the Roses. The picture shows the omen seen before the battle: three suns (a phenomenon known as a sundog, or parhelion) appeared in the sky. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His "Theatre of Great Britain" was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 380 by 505mm. (15 by 20 inches). Chubb XXV.

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        Ferdinand Iii, Holy Roman Emperor. Document Signed. 5 September, 1627.1 Piece. Folio, Docketed.

      Ferdinand I I I , Holy Friedrich Wilhelm II, King of Prussia. 1627 - (Estate of John F. Lewis). Ferdinand III, Holy Roman Emperor. Document Signed. 5 September, 1627.1 piece. Folio, docketed. The manuscript above is one among many important manuscripts which John Frederick Lewis, a highly regarded philanthropist, lawyer, and early 20th-century collector, used as primary source material for a comprehensive genealogy of his forbears. His chronological narrative was meant to chart the various world-historical developments and circumstances which ultimately led to the confluence of Mr. Lewis' Continental ancestors and those of the Mayflower Colony, and it extended even to his own lifetime. Housed in altogether fifteen portfolio volumes, the project was the culmination of decades of painstaking research and discerning collecting of the highest order. Most of the manuscripts in Mr. Lewis' collection have not appeared at auction for a century, or more, as evidenced by the clipped catalog descriptions which accompany them; Signed by Author; 0 [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Helvetiorum Respublica. Diversorum autorum quorum nonnulli nunc primum in lucem prodeunt.

      Lugd. Bat. Leiden: Ex Officina Elzeviriana 1627, in-16, 535 pages + 17 pages (index et privilège). Rel maroquin rouge, dos orné, double encadrement des fils dor., droits et courbes, fleurons dans les angles, au centre piece de maroquin grenat, mosaïqué, frappée d'un chiffre et de 4 motifs dor, entouté de 4 gerbes de pointillés dor, dent. intérieure, tranches dor. titre gravé représentant les trois héros de l'indépendance helvétique (Arnold de Melchtal, Walter Fürst et Werner Stauffacher) exemplaire réglé dans une reliure plein maroquin au chiffre de H.L. HABERT DE MONTMORT, conseiller au parlement de Paris

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        Britain as it was devided in the time of the Englishe Saxons especially during their Heptarchy

      Performed by Iohn Speede & are to be sold by John Sudbury & George Humble in Popes head alley at London, [1627]., London, - Speed?Äôs map of Britain during the Heptarchy Engraved map with hand colouring. A map of Great Britain during the Heptarchy, the name given to the period when it was popularly supposed that the island was divided into seven kingdoms: East Anglia, Sussex, Wessex, Northumbria, Mercia, Kent, and Essex. The borders are filled with scenes from the lives of famous British rulers. On the right, Peada of Mercia is stabbed through the connivance of his own wife at Easter after converting to Christianity to marry her; at the upper left, the semi-mythical Hengist appears, who betrayed Vortigern, King of the Britons, and led the Anglo-Saxon invasion; at the upper right, Ethelbert of Kent listens to the preaching of St Augustine, who eventually converted him to Christianity. John Speed (1552-1629) was the outstanding cartographer of his age. His ?ÄòTheatre of Great Britain?Äô was the first atlas of the British Isles: Speed prepared the maps himself about two years before they were published. His maps and books dominated the seventeenth-century English market. The present map is taken from the 1627 English edition published by George Humble. 380 by 505mm. (15 by 20 inches). Chubb XXV.

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        De imitatione Christi, libri quatuor, denuò ad fidem autographi anni MCCCCXLI recensiti: Cum vita eiusdem Thomae, per Heribertum Rosweydum, SJ.

      Antwerpen, Officina Plantiniana 1627. 7,5 x 5 cm. 395 S. mit Titelholzschn. Reichlich ornamental goldgepr. Leder mit Ganzgoldschnitt. (Einband leicht berieben und mit kl. Einriß, sonst insgesamt guter Zustand).

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        Aurora Concionatorum Hoc est Conceptus Siue Discursus Tripartiti ad Sensum Speculatinum moralem et litteralem ad Singulas Dominicas Ordinati Nunc Variis Figuris Theologicis et Hiystoricis ex politi et in Tres partes diuisi Auctore R:P:F: Iohannis Andrae Coppensteinni Ordinis praedicatorum + Discursus reales In Dominicas ab septuagesima ad pascha. Pars tertia Verna superiorum permissu. Autore F. Ioanne Andrea Coppensteinio Manda. 2 Werke in einem Band

      Francofurti - Moguntiae Apud Ioann: Godefredum Schönwetterum 1627 & 1643 OPGmt. auf Holzdecken mit einer erhaltenen Schnalle; [2]+9-680; [5]+751 Seiten, lex. 4°, mit gestochenem Titelbild und Titelvignette, schöner Einband auf 4 Bünde gebunden; Pappschildchen auf dem Rücken geklebt, Manche Zierleisten im Text; zweispaltiger Text, Vorsatz und Vorsatz mit handgeschriebenen Besitzerszuschriften; Einband leicht berieben und bestoßen; zweite Befestigungschnalle fehlt leider, Bindung unscheinbar gelockert, Seiten durchlaufend etwas altersgebräunt und stellenweise etwas wurmfraßspurig; beide Deckel auch etwas wurmfraßspurig, sonst sehr guter Zustand.Alte Drucke, Theologie

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        L'Hiacinte Histoire Catalane. Où se voit la différence entre l'Amour et l'Amitié.

      A Paris, chez Pierre Billaine, 1627. - in-8. 8ff. 366pp. 1f. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 18e siècle un peu épidermée). Edition Orignale de cet ouvrage du célèbre Evêque de Belley (1582-1653) qui avait imaginé de composer des romans religieux (des "romans spirituels" selon l’expression de Brunet) pour remédier au mal causé par la littérature profane. L'ouvrage est dédié à l'ambassadeur de France en Espagne, Charles d'Angennes, à qui l'auteur avait rendu visite à Madrid pendant un pèlerinage qu'il avait fait au fameux monastère catalan de Montserrat. "A mon retour de Madrid ( ) je revins en ma résidence par la sacrée Maison de Mont-serrat, lieu de grande saincteté, et principal sujet de mon pèlerinage. J'appris en passant par la Catalogne, cest eveneùment que je descris en ce livre, et que je vous offre comme un fruict du pays où vous avez rendu à nostre grand Monarque et à tout cet Estat des tesmoignages si signalez de vostre prudence et de vostre courage .". "Ce prélat avait beaucoup d’imagination, et cette imagination perce dans ses ouvrages, écrits avec une facilité singulière, mais d’un style moitié moral, moitié burlesque, semé de métaphores singulières et d’images gigantesques " (Feller). Cette édition très rare est notamment absente des collections publiques espagnoles, et on n'en trouve répertoriée qu'une poignée d'exemplaires dans les fonds publics de France. Très bon exemplaire.

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        De Roemster van den Aemstel, Off: Poëtische beschrijvinghe van de Riviere Aemstel.

      Amsterdam: Cornelis Willemsz, 1627. Oblong small 8vo (9,4 x 13,1 cm). 39 (of 40) leaves. Contemporary blind-tooled vellum, joints with 3 thongs. Last page and frontispiece are lacking. Photographs and facsimiles of last page and frontispiece loosely inserted. An extremely rare copy of the original edition of a little poetical work on the river Amstel. Only three copies known in Dutch libraries (not all complete, like our copy) and a 4th copy in BL. On verso of title leaf several annotations in ink, dated 1632 (with partly off-setting of these annotations on title page). The work is ascribed to Matthijs van Velden / Matthaeus Campanus / M.C., because his poem "Affscheydt Aan de selve Aemstel" (in this work on leaves E4-E6) is an exact reproduction of "Aenden Aemstel" (on pp 10-12) in the "Amsterdamsche Pegasus", of which Van Velden was one of the four contributors and that was likewise published by Blaeu (in 1627). Pastedown with the ex-libris of G.S. Overdiep. Title page slightly worn and margins frayed, throughout some dampstaining. No endpapers, vellum bit soiled. For a full description and more images please visit: www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        El America meridionale.

      Artist: Rossi Giacomo Giovanni (-1691) Rom; issued in: Rom ; date: 1677 1627 - - technic: Copper print ; colorit: original colored ; condition: Mounted, lower centerfold restored ; size in cm : 39 x 55 - description: Map shows total south America - Vita of the artist: Giovanni Giacomo De' Rossi was the son of the founder of the most important and active printing press of the 17th century in Rome. Begun in 1633 by his father Giuseppe (1570-1639), the press passed firstly to Giacomo and to his brother Giandomenico (1619-1653), and then later to Lorenzo Filippo (1682-?); in 1738 it became the Calcografia Camerale, from 1870 until 1945 the Regia Calcografica, and today it is known as the Calcografia Nazionale. Here are conserved, amongst many others, the plates of Giambattista Piranesi (1720-1778). Giacomo De' Rossi was the most involved of all the various family members who ran the press, and he worked between 1638 and 1691, and was to take the company to the height of its success.

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        Poesie liriche del cavaliere Don Fulvio Testi all'altezza serenissima del principe Alfonso d'Este

      Cassani, 1627. In 8, pp. (4) + (221) + (1) con marca tipografica + (2b) + (4). Le 4 pp. con la lettera dell'Autore al principe e le note dell'A. a chi legge, invece di essere montate all'inizio dell'opera, si trovano in fine. Bel frontespizio inciso all'acq. da Bartolomeo Coriolano. Testatine, capilettera figurati e finalini xilogr. Legatura in p. pg. coeva (abrasione del rivestimento in qualche punto dei piatti, in particolare a quello posteriore). Bella edizione originale delle liriche di questo poeta e diplomatico nato a Ferrara nel 1593 e morto a Modena nel 1646. ITA

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        "The Invasions of England and Ireland With al their Ciuill Wars since the Conquest"

      JOHN SPEED "The Invasions of England and Ireland With al their Ciuill Wars since the Conquest" London, George Humble 1627 "Performed by Iohn Speed, and are to be solde in Popes head alley by George Humble" A much sought after and rare map from Speed's 'Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the World', engraved by Cornelius Danckertsz. The various invasions and battles are shown from 1066 to 1588 up to the Spanish Armada which fills the English Channel. A finely coloured, decorative map with light age toning and minor spotting, otherwise a very good example. Shirley/British Isles 397 Approx 380 x 510mm

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        Elisa. Favola maritima. Verona, Angelo Tamo, 1627

      Tamo Angelo, 1627. in-4, pp. (8, compr. frontesp. inc.), 311, leg. coeva p. perg. Magnifico frontesp. inc. in rame da Girolamo Viscar Orefice con figure allegoriche e stemmi del ''Prencipe di Rossano'' Gio. Giorgio Aldobrandini, cui l'opera è dedicata; testatine, finaletti ed iniz. silogr. Prima edizione di questa rappresentazione di cinque atti in versi e lungo prologo, la cui ''scena si finge in Manarre isoletta nella costa di Paravi Popoli Orientali, dove è la pescaria delle Perle''. Il Sagramoso, nato e vissuto a Verona nel XVII secolo, fu Accademico Filarmonico, detto il Preparato, autore anche di una canzone in onore di Luigi XIII di Francia per celebrare ''L'Assedio della Roccelle felicemente intrapreso''. Ottimo esempl. (ex-libris Mimbelli e Sordelli).

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        Della famosissima compagnia della Lesina. Dialogo, capitoli, e ragionamenti, con l' assottigliamento in tredici punture della punta d' essa lesina, alla quale s'è rifatto il manico in trenta modi, dopo quelli in venti altri ... : con la nuov' aggiunta del modo di ricevere li novitij delle pene debite a' cattivi lesinati, di tre consulti delle matrone per entrare in questa compagnia, e de gli avvertimenti sopra le malitie de' contadini ...

      Venetia, appresso Ghirardo et Iseppo Imberti fratelli, 1627, 1627 In-12, (8), 108, (4), 82 feuillets. (dernier feuillet paginé par erreur 78), vignette de titre gravée sur bois. Reliure plein veau fin XVIIIe, dos lisse orné de fleurons et dentelles, pièce de titre rouge, tranches guillochées.Bel exemplaire. Une seconde partie, avec sa page de titre en propre, s'intitule : Continuazione degli ordini, et capitoli della compagnia della Lesina... Les bibliographes attribuent l'ouvrage soit à Tomaso Buoni soit à Francesco Vialardi. L'attribution est incertaine. Ouvrage très amusant, il tourne en dérision l'avarice de certains. La Compagnie de la Lésine est une société imaginaire décrite par Francesco Vialardi, dont les membres font preuve d'une avarice absolue; leurs statuts ordonnent, par exemple, de couper son propre vin au moins avec une demi-part d'eau ou de ne pas mettre de point sur les i pour économiser l'encre, de ne jamais manger de salades ou de fruits car chers et peu nourrissants ou alors de ne jamais offrir un service à autrui sans avoir déjà un profit en vue. Brunet II-1175. L'édition originale italienne publiée sans date et sans nom d'imprimeur serait due à l'imprimeur Giunti de Florence dans la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle, sans doute 1573. Vicaire in Bibliographie gastronomique 195-198.

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        Discours sur les medalles antiques. Divisé en quatre parties. Esquelles il est traicté si les medalles antiques estoient monnoyes : de leur matiere : de leur poids : de leur prix : de la valeur [...]

      - Chez Sebastien Cramoisy, à Paris 1627, in-4 (16,5x24cm), (28) 399pp. (25), relié. - Prima edizione, rara. Marca della stampante nella pagina del titolo. Vitello bionda periodo completo lucido. Torna a nervi ornato. Parte del titolo in marocchino rosso. Confine filetto Triple sulle copertine. Stendere su turni e gli interni. Bordi dorati. Bit Spalato con varie lacune nella coda e la testa. Caps lisi. I gap tra il nervo e la parte del titolo. Notebooks abbastanza ingiallite. Angoli urtato. Legatura di qualità con molti difetti, ma vestito ancora bello. Studio molto interessante che si distingue in questo campo attraverso il suo interesse per l'oggetto e il valore delle medaglie e monete, mentre la stragrande maggioranza degli studi si occupano prevalentemente con le effigi e figure. E 'molto preciso e colto su varie leghe di piombo e stagno, e oro, tra i romani in particolare, sull'uso delle monete e il sistema su cui si basano. L'approccio del libro è molto più che la maggior parte delle opere archeologiche sul campo, confronto, ripristinando sia da diverso noto che la letteratura sulle valute campo. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale, assez rare. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé d'époque. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Roulette sur les coupes et intérieure. Tranches dorées. Mors fendus avec divers manques en queue et tête. Coiffes élimées. Manques entre le nerf et la pièce de titre. Cahiers assez jaunis. Coins émoussés. Reliure de qualité comportant de nombreux défauts, mais encore de belle tenue. Etude fort intéressante qui se distingue dans ce domaine par son intérêt quant à la matière et à la valeur des médailles et monnaies, alors que la grande majorité des études s'occupent essentiellement des effigies et figures. Elle se fait très précise et érudite sur les divers alliages de plomb et d'étain, et d'or, chez les romains en particulier, sur l'emploi des monnaies et le système sur lequel elles reposent. L'approche de l'ouvrage est donc beaucoup plus archéologique que la plupart des ouvrages sur le domaine, comparant, reconstituant, tant à partir des différentes monnaies connues que de la littérature sur le domaine.

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        Edicts et ordonnances (Les) des tres-chrestiens roys, François I. Henry II. François II. Charles IX. Henry III. Henry IV. & Louys XIII. Sur le faict de la justice & abbreviation des proces. Avec annotations, apostilles, & conferences sous chacun article d'iceux, par maistres Pierre Neron & Estienne Girard ... Quatriesme edition. De nouveau augmentee de plusieurs edicts, arrests, & reglemens, & disposee en III. livres.

      A Paris chez Jean & Estienne Richer 1627 3 parties en 1 fort vol. in-8 de (24)-1304-(64) pp., vélin, titre manuscrit sur le dos. Quatrième édition de ce recueil, la première établie et commentée par les deux avocats Pierre Néron et Etienne Girard. Table des édits en tête de l'ouvrage et table des matières par ordre alphabétique à la fin. La deuxième et la troisième partie ont leur page de titre propre. La deuxième partie concerne les édits sur les remontrances du clergé et les édits accordés « à ceux de la religion pretenduë reformee » ; la troisième partie contient les édits sur les aides, tailles, et greniers à sel, et sur les officiers des élections, tailles et gabelles. Bourgeois André, 6262. Bel exemplaire dans sa reliure du temps.

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        Brief mit eigenh. U. ("Yo el Rey"). Madrid, 26. VII. 1627.

      1627. 1 S. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Mit Adresse (Faltbrief) und papiergedecktem Siegel. In spanischer Sprache an Kaiser Ferdinand II. bezüglich der Übersendung von 300 Dukaten für den Kaiser und die Armee Tillys (lt. zeitgenössischem Dorsalvermerk in deutscher Sprache). Erwähnt den "Conde de Franquenburg" (d. i. der Gesandte Graf Franz Christoph Khevenhüller-Frankenburg, 1588-1650), den Marques de Aycona und den Herzog von Bayern. - Mit kleineren (am oberen Rand größeren) Randläsuren (dort auch stärker fleckig); stärkere Faltspuren und etwas angestaubt.

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        Perusia

      1627. Veduta tratta dal Nova et accurata Italiae Hodiernae descriptio, atlante e libro di città esclusivamente dedicato alla penisola. L'opera consta di 31 carte geografiche e 67 vedute o piante di città, ed è edita a Leida da Jodocus Hondius II nel 1627. Le carte derivano dal Atlas Minor del Mercator, mentre le vedute sono basate sui modelli ideati dal Valegio e da Braun & Hogenberg. Incisioni in rame, finemente colorate a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Cremonini p.23/25, 18. View taken from "Nova et accurata Italiae Hodiernae descriptio", a city book and atlas entirely dedicater to the Peninsula. The work consists of 31 geographic maps and 67 views or city plans; it has been published in Leyden by Jodocus Hondius II in 1627. The maps derive from Marcator's Atlas Minor, while the views are based on Valegio's and Braun & Hogenberg's models. Copper engravings, fine hand colour, in excellent condition. Leida Leyden 232 175

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        L'Hiacinte Histoire Catalane. Où se voit la différence entre l'Amour et l'Amitié.

      A Paris, chez Pierre Billaine, 1627. - in-8. 8ff. 366pp. 1f. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 18e siècle un peu épidermée). Edition Orignale de cet ouvrage du célèbre Evêque de Belley (1582-1653) qui avait imaginé de composer des romans religieux (des "romans spirituels" selon l’expression de Brunet) pour remédier au mal causé par la littérature profane. L'ouvrage est dédié à l'ambassadeur de France en Espagne, Charles d'Angennes, à qui l'auteur avait rendu visite à Madrid pendant un pèlerinage qu'il avait fait au fameux monastère catalan de Montserrat. "A mon retour de Madrid ( ) je revins en ma résidence par la sacrée Maison de Mont-serrat, lieu de grande saincteté, et principal sujet de mon pèlerinage. J'appris en passant par la Catalogne, cest eveneùment que je descris en ce livre, et que je vous offre comme un fruict du pays où vous avez rendu à nostre grand Monarque et à tout cet Estat des tesmoignages si signalez de vostre prudence et de vostre courage .". "Ce prélat avait beaucoup d’imagination, et cette imagination perce dans ses ouvrages, écrits avec une facilité singulière, mais d’un style moitié moral, moitié burlesque, semé de métaphores singulières et d’images gigantesques " (Feller). Cette édition très rare est notamment absente des collections publiques espagnoles, et on n'en trouve répertoriée qu'une poignée d'exemplaires dans les fonds publics de France. Très bon exemplaire.

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        Libri duo de duobus apostatis: sive duae paraeneses; in quarum I. exemplo Luciferi & malorum angelorum, in II. dictis factisque Jacobi Reihingi, Theodori Thummii, aliorumque praedicantium aut apostatarum ostenditur, quam sit miserum a Deo & veritate recedere? Ingolstadt, Gregor Hänlin, 1627.

      1627. (28), 585, (5 [statt 43]) SS. Mit Holzschnittvignette am Titel und einigen ornamentalen Initialen und Zierstücken in Holzschnitt. Lederband der Zeit mit goldgepr. Deckelbordüren und Mittelstempel (Kreuzigungsszene mit Jesuitenmonogramm) sowie goldgepr. Rückenornamenten (stärker oxydiert). Dreiseitiger Goldschnitt. Bindebänder fehlen. 4to. Erste Ausgabe. - Der Augsburger Theologe G. Stengel (1585-1651) lehrte lange Jahre in Ingolstadt und unterrichtete zeitweilig den Herzog Karl Franz, Sohn Wilhelms V. 1640-43 war er Rektor in Dillingen. Stengel verfaßte über 80 "lateinische und deutsche Schriften [...], Gedichte, Dissertationen und namentlich polemische Schriften, insbesondere gegen seinen 1621 Protestant gewordenen Landsmann und Ordensgenossen Jacob Reihing" (ADB). - Die "Paraenesis de casu Luciferi et malorum angelorum", hier als Parallele zum Apostaten Reihing intendiert, kam 1630 beim selben Drucker als separate Duodezausgabe heraus. - Der schöne Einband mit äußerer und innerer goldgepr. ornamentaler Bordüre; im Mittelstück bemerkenswerter ovaler Stempel, in dem um das sternenumkränzte Kruzifix stehende Figuren und Pflanzenelemente (Palmwedel?) zusammen das Monogramm "IHS" bilden. - Das letzte Blatt (recto Schluß des Inhaltsverzeichnisses; verso Beginn des alphabetischen Index) verso mit Vorsatzblatt verklebt; es fehlt der restliche Index. Hinterdeckel mit etwas stärkeren Schabespuren; kl. Fehlstelle am Rücken; dennoch insgesamt ansprechender Preiseinband für den Bonner Jesuitenschüler Petrus Spechart mit 12zlg. hs. Widmung (datiert 30. Sept. 1657), signiert vom Rektor Johann Egmont, dem Gymnasialprofessor Ernst Schweickhardt und dem "Professor Syntaxios" Antonius Dapperich. - Sehr selten; seit 1950 nicht auf Auktionen nachgewiesen. VD 17, 12:106249R. De Backer/Sommervogel VII, 1552, 42. ADB XXXVI, 49 (falsch: "1626"). Zur Biographie vgl. LThK und Wetzer/Welte.

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        Grammatica Ebræa generalis. Cum Duplice indice, altero librorum & capitum, altero vocum omnium ebraicarum.

      1627Petit in-8, plein vélin ivoire à petits rabats (reliure de l'époque), (16), 317 p., (83) p. de tables et errata, vignette de titre à la marque de l'imprimeur (cotes et cachets de bibliothèque). Joannis de Tournes [Genève, Jean de Tournes], 1627. Seconde édition augmentée de deux index. Texte et caractères latin et hébreu.Jugé "très exacte" par ses contemporains, systématique, innovante en matière de recherche sur la prononciation, cette grammaire contribua à répandre l'étude de l'hébreu et à en fixer la syntaxe et la prononciation.Célèbre orientaliste et philologue, Thomas Erpen ou Erpenius (1584-1624), devint professeur à l'université de Leiden, il maîtrisait l'arabe, le grec, l'hébreu, le turc et léthiopien. Sa réputation était établie à travers toute l'Europe savante. Bien que très sollicité, il ne voulut jamais quitter son pays natal.(Fürst, I, 248. Steinschneider, 'Catalogus librorum hebraeorum in bibliotheca Bodleiana', 569).Quelques rousseurs, lég. défraîchi.Exemplaire bien relié en vélin à l'époque.

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        Friesche Lust-Hof, Beplant met verscheyden stichtelijcke Minne-Liedekens, Gedichten, ende Boertighe Kluchten. Den vierden Druck op nieuws vermeerdert ende verbetert, met verscheyden Dichten ende Liedekens, soo Geestige als Boertige. Mitsgaders Oock noch verrijckt ende verçierd met schoone kopere Figuren, ende by alle onbekende wysen de Noten, ofte Musycke gevoeght.

      Amsterdam, Hessel Gerritsz. 1627. (titelprent, 5, portret, 16) 207, 39 p. Origineel half Leer met ribben, 4° oblong (Titelpagina gerestaureerd aan de randen. De vierde, vermeerderde en verbeterde uitgave van dit zeldzame liedboek van Jan Jansz. Starter, ca. 1594-1626. Het liedboek bestaat uit gezangen/gedichten gesteld op de wijs van volksliederen, waarvan verschillende met muzieknotatie. Geïllustreerd met 12 gravures van Jan van de Velde, waaronder 1 met een portret van de auteur. Zowel typografisch als qua vormgeving een van de fraaiste uitgaves op het gebied van nederlandse liedboeken.) Kleerkoper, M.M. (1911). Bibliographie van Starter's werken, p. 36-37/ Scheurleer, D.F. (1912). Nederlandsche Liedboeken, p. 147.

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        Gêlyânâ dè Yuhannân quddîsâ id est, Apocalypsis Sancti Johannis, ex manuscripto exemplari è bibliotheca ... Josephi Scaligeri ... edita charactere Syro, & Ebraeo, cum versione latina, & notis [...]. Leiden, Bonaventura and Abraham Elzevier, 1627.

      1627. 4to (20.5 x 15.5 cm). [20], 211, [1] pp. With the title in red and black in an ornamental, architectural woodcut frame with a palm tree at the head, and woodcut palm tree device above the colophon (both acquired from Erpenius), a decorated woodcut initial, a woodcut factotum and factotums and decorative bands built up from cast fleurons. Set in serto Syriac, meruba Hebrew, Greek and roman types, with incidental estrangela Syriac and italic. Contemporary or near contemporary vellum, sewn on 4 velum tapes laced through the joints, with a hollow back, red edges. The first edition of any early text of the Book of Revelations in the ancient Syriac language, a book that had been lacking in the manuscripts followed by the earlier Syriac New Testaments. It is also the first book the Elzeviers printed with Syriac or any other "oriental" type, their earlier forays into printing with non-Latin types having been limited to Greek and Hebrew. The main text is set in two columns, with the Syriac text set in Syriac type on the outside and the Syriac text set in Hebrew type on the inside, an aid to scholars less familiar with the Syriac script. Two columns in smaller type at the foot provide the original Greek text and a literal Latin translation of the Syriac. The whole is well printed and laid out, showing why the Elzeviers were quickly gaining a reputation as the leading scholarly printers and publishers. Thomas Erpenius made Leiden University the leading centre for the study of oriental languages when appointed professor of oriental languages in 1613. He set up his own printing office, acquiring or commissioning types for Arabic, Syriac, Samaritan and Ethiopic, and inaugurating it with his edition of Lockman's fables in Arabic (1615). His death from the plague at age forty cut his work short in 1624. Ludovicus de Dieu (1590-1642), Regent of the Walloon College associated with the University, had studied under Erpenius and his successor in Arabic studies Jacob Golius, but for Syriac he became Erpenius's spiritual successor. The present book was nearly his first publication. Although Syriac New Testaments had been published earlier, no source had been found for the Syriac text of the Book of Revelation, which was lacking in the standard "Peshitta" Bible, a Syriac Old and New Testament whose text was probably established in the 4th century. In his 1599 Polyglot, Elias Hutter therefore filled the gap with his own new translation, but De Dieu published the present text based on a manuscript from the library of the great orientalist Joseph Scaliger, apparently a copy made in Rome ca. 1580 of an ancient manuscript of the Syriac text established by the Persian Philoxenus, Bishop of Mabbug, in Mesopotamia in 508 and corrected by the Palestinian monk Thomas of Harkel near Alexandria in 616. For that reason, Darlow & Moule, Smitskamp and others call the present book the "editio princeps". Erpenius's widow briefly continued her husband's printing office, completing the Syriac psalter that he had begun, but it was published jointly by the Elzeviers and Johannes Maire, and on 9 October 1625 the Elzeviers bought her printing office and took over most of its materials and workmen. At the same time they began to acquire and commission new printing materials, greatly expanding the printing office they had added to their publishing house in 1617. This made the period 1625 to 1640 the press's golden age. Erpenius had commissioned the woodcut of the present title-page for his Arabic Historia Josephi in 1517 and most of the types and fleurons came from him as well. Plantin commissioned the serto and estrangela Syriac types from Robert Granjon for volume 5 (1571) of his Polyglot Bible (Erpenius added and revised a few characters in the serto) and Daniel Bomberg commissioned the Hebrew type for his press in Venice, where he used it in 1517. The lovely arabesque initial V with a face in the centre, however, belongs to a series cut exclusively for the Elzeviers and used here nearly for the first time. The book also shows them beginning to supplement their 16th-century French types (Garamont romans and Granjon italics) with 17th-century types cut in the Dutch Republic. The New Testament was originally written in Greek, the language of the Christian Church and Christian scholars in the first centuries of the Christian era, and a lingua franca among the diverse groups living in the Middle East at that time. But it relates stories that would have first been told (and in some cases probably also written down) in Aramaic, the vernacular language of Palestine in Jesus's time. It also presents Jesus's words in Greek translation, while he would have spoken them in Aramaic. While no early New Testament survives in Palestinian Aramaic, the Greek was translated into Syriac, probably already in the second century, and surviving manuscripts may date back to the fifth century. Syriac, another dialect of Aramaic, served as the vernacular language of much of the Middle East (it has nothing to do with today's Syria, where the native language is Arabic). The Syriac text therefore provides valuable clues to the Aramaic sources of the New Testament. The Peshitta Bible remains the standard text among some Christian groups. Debates continue as to how much of the "original" Aramaic can be found in the surviving Syriac versions. - The watermark in the endpapers (a simple bend) does not closely match any found in the literature, but the nearest is Heawood 129, used in Amsterdam in 1646. In fine condition, with only an occasional minor spot and at the edge of the last few leaves some tiny (0.2 mm!) worm holes, and with large margins (the leaves are a couple millimetres taller than those noted by Berghman and Rahir). The binding is very slightly rubbed but still very good. A fine copy of an important work of biblical scholarship and a showpiece of the Elzevier's press at the beginning of its golden age. Berghman, Cat. Raisonné 48; Copinger 1310; Darlow & Moule 8962; Rahir 230; Smitskamp, Phil. orientalia 303; STCN (9 copies); Willems 269; www.bibliasacra.nl, 1627.Rev.poly.BE.a.; for the types: J.F. Coakley, Typography of Syriac W3B & S3.

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        Autograph letter signed ("AHzFdl"; i.e., Albrecht, Duke of Friedland). Grabow, 12. XI. 1627.

      1627. Folio. 1 p. With address. To his confidant, the colonel (and later field marshal) Hans Georg von Arnim, dating from the time of their victorious advance on the Danes and the occupation of Mecklenburg, following Wallenstein's creation as Duke of Mecklenburg: "Dieweil der ob[erst] Hausman itzt zum herren reisen thuet als hab ich nochmahls den herren bitten wollen er wolle ein scharfe disciplin halten auf das die länder nicht ruinirt undt per consequens sie undt nacher die arme in desperacion gebracht. Von den steten als von Wismar vor die ubrige 4000 man von Rostock vor die 1000 pferdt von Strallsundt undt Stetin halte der herr die contribucion zusammen auf das wir sie zu dem gen. nothdürften gebrauchen köndten. Der herr lasse die stück aufs eheste zu Lubek oder was ihm gefallen wirdt giessen auf das wir sie auf den frieling gebrauchen können. [...] Die dänische ... in der insel Rügen muß man sich starck fortificiren undt dieweils ein gutts landt ist solches desto sterker belegen [...]" ("As Colonel Hausmann is now travelling to you, I wanted to ask you once more to maintain sharp discipline so as to prevent the countries' ruin, which would throw them and later the poor into desperation. Keep a close grasp on the contributions and taxes from the towns, such as the 4000 men from Rostock and the 1000 horses from Stralsund and Stettin, so that we may use them in case of need. Have the artillery cast in Lübeck or wherever you wish as soon as possible so that the guns may be ready by spring. The island of Rügen must be strongly fortified ..."). - Remains of a seal; clipping to edge.

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        SIBYLLINA ORACULA : HOC EST, Ex veteribus codicibus emendata, ac restituta Et commentariis diversorum illustrata, Opere & studio Servatii Gallaei : Accedunt etiam Oracula Magica Zoroastris, Jovis, Apollinis, &c. Astrampsychi Oneiro-Criticum, &c. Graece & Latine.

      Apud Henricum & Viduam Theodori Boom in-4 (21x17 cm), veau fauve, dos orné à cinq nerfs, pièce de titre maroquin rouge, tranches rouges (reliure d'époque). Illustré d'un titre-frontispice gravé. pp.XXVIII-791-XXVII-127. Texte en Grec et en Latin. Ouvrage le plus important de cet auteur Hollandais 1627-1709), né à Rotterdam. Il a publié une édition annotée de Lactance. (charnièrre fendue sur 4 cm et coins émoussés). Ex-Libris La Rochefoucauld Duc de Bisaccia.

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        Il Pastor Fido, & le Rime Del M. Illustre Signor Cavalier Battista Guarini : Et in questa nuova impressione aggiuntoui varie Poesie in morte dell'Autore.

      Venise, Appresso Nicolo Misserini, 1627. 1627 1 vol. in-24° (97 x 51 mm.) de : 222 pp., [8]-10-76, [6] ff., 24 pp. Orné de 5 scènes de bois gravé, et de nombreuses lettrines et cul-de-lampe. Bien complet malgré un défaut de pagination. Plein maroquin rouge d'époque, dos à quatre nerfs orné, avec titre en lettres dorées, plats encadrés d'un triple filet doré, roulette dorée sur les coupes, frise intérieure dorée, tranches dorées. (Défaut d'impression p.25, quelques mouillures et rares petites taches). Charmante et rare édition illustrée de scènes de bois gravé (qui ne figure dans aucune bibliothèque française), de Il Pastor Fido (EO : 1589, Mettayer), luvre la plus célèbre de Giovanni Battista Guarini (1538-1612), poète et diplomate. Cette pièce fut très populaire dès sa parution, et connut de nombreuses traductions et éditions dans lEurope entière. Haendel en tira un opéra en 1712 et Rameau sen inspira pour une cantate Le Berger Fidèle (1728). Bel exemplaire relié en plein maroquin. 1 vol. 24mo (97 x 51 mm.). 5 wood-engraved scenes. Numerous head-pieces and ornamental initials. Contemporary full red morocco. Charming and scarce miniature edition of Il Pastor Fido, (OE: 1589, Mettayer), Giovanni Battista Guarini's (1538-1612, poet and diplomat) main work. This text is a very successful tragic-comical pastoral, and was translated and published all over Europe. Haendel wrote an opera based on the play in 1712. Beautiful copy of this finely illustrated edition, in morocco binding.

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         Carte du pais d'Aunis ville & gouvernement de La Rochelle.

      Paris Melchior Tavernier 1627 [1632] 375 x 427 mm.Carte gravée figurant les environs de La Rochelle avec les îles de Ré et Oléron, issue du Théâtre géographique du royaume de France. Elle est ornée de deux cartouches et d'une rose des vents. Bel exemplaire. Pastoureau, TAVERNIER II A ; Gaudillat, p. 120.

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        The History of Great Britaine, Under the Conquests of ye Romans, Saxons, Danes and Normans. Their Original Manners, Habits, Warres, Coines, and Seals, with the Successions, Lines, Acts, and Issues of the English Monarchs, from Iulius Caesar, to our most gratious Soveraigne King James.

      London: Sold by George Humble. 1627.. FINELY BOUND SECOND EDITION. Demy Folio (44 x 29cm). pp. 155 - 921, also with proeme , summary and index. Including many illustrations and genealogical tables. Not including maps, published separately in the Second Edition ('The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine'). With title page, but lacking frontispiece. In recent full brown mottled calf, with delicate tooling to boards, raised bands, and gilt titles to black morocco label on spine. Minor repairs to p. 165 and p. 820; p. 191 top corner torn; large tear to p. 283; burn mark to p. 771; small nick extends from pp. 812 - 17; pagination miss-printed on p. 319, 361-4, 536, 556, 581, 638, 759, 835 and 841; small pieces torn from p. 851; minor tears to p. 889. Some marginal notes in neat black ink to index. Summary and index un-paginated. Inscribed to prelims and final page: 'Elizabeth Martin, her Booke'. First published in 1611, and re-issued in this second edition in 1623. A splendid, sumptuously bound show piece containing a good copy of an important historical document.

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        C. Cornelli Taciti Opera quae exstant. Iustus Lipsius postremum recensuit. Additi Commentarii aucti emendatique ab ultima manu. Accessit C. Velleius Paterculus cum eiusdem Lipsi auctoribus notis.

      Anvers, Plantiniana, 1627. Un volume 40 x 26 cms. 5 + [7] + 547 + [34] + 84 + [12] pages. Pleine reliure du temps. Dos à 6 nerfs avec motifs dorés et pièce de titre. Tranches rouges. Dos frotté. Premier plat détaché avec important manque. Une rousseur tout en bas des pages 241 à 423. Sinon, intérieur en bon état.

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