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        Synopsis causarum criminalium, juxta seriem X.

      praeceptorum decalogi disposita. Göteborg, Amundus Grefwe, 1651. 12:o. (24),+ 203,+ (1) s. Enstaka småfläckar, bl.a. på titelbladet, och rikligt med samtida understrykningar. Sammanbunden med: KLOOT, Claudius. Processus criminalis, ad jus & forum svecicum potissimum aptatus. Cum materiâ mitigationis & remissionis Poenarum. Göteborg, Amund N. Grefwe, 1651. 12:o. (4),+ 162,+ (2) s. Saknar två dedikationsblad. Samtida pergamentband. med handtextad titel på ryggen. Med gammal nummeretikett "552" och bortklippt namnteckning på försättsbladet. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Collijn sp. 459. Engström s. 89. Almqvist s. 24. Första upplagorna av Kloots båda verk inom straff- och kriminalrätten. Det första verket, som är det första försöket i Sverige att åstadkomma en vetenskapliga framställning av straffsystemet, är utgivet med företal av Johannes Loccenius. Det andra verket är ett första försök till systematisering av den svenska kriminalprocessen. Båda verken utkom på nytt 1676 i samlingsvolymen "Synopsis rerum criminalium". Samma år, 1676, utgav Kloot även en bok om den svenska privaträtten, "Then swenska lagfarenheetz spegel". Claudius Kloot (ca. 1612-90) föddes i Arboga och studerade i Uppsala. Han var rådman i Göteborg åren 1647-55, då han avsattes p.g.a. sedlighetsbrott (hans kvinnliga medbrottsling dömdes till döden för barnamord och avrättades). Från 1660 återkommer han som borgmästare i Vänersborg

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        bey ihrem Abzuge aus der Stadt Bremen, den 15.

      Julij, Anno 1651. hinterlassenen Remonstration [...] zusampt Angehefftetem vonwegen domahligen hoch-fürstl. durchl. als ErtzBischoffen, numehr Königl. Mayest. in Dennemarck, bey offentlicher Reichs Versamblung zu Regenspurg in Anno 1641. an Anwesende [...] übergebenen Schreiben. Und eines fürnehmen JCti rechtlichen Bedencken in zehen Considerationes abgetheilet, über das von der Stadt Bremen so hoch gerümbtes, wie sie es nennen, Käyserlisches den 1. Junij, Anno 1646. ausgebrachtes Declaratorium. Betreffend der Stadt Bremen de facto und gantz ärgerlicher weise, wider des Heiligen Römischen Reichs FundamentalGesetze, die kundbahre Notorietät, selbst errichtete Verträge, eigene Confessiones und besser Wissen und Gewissen sich die letzte Jahre arrogirtes Reichs-Städtlisches Praedicat. Utan ort, 1652. 4:o. (2),+ 45, 56-241 s. Äldre understrykningar och marginalnoteringar i bläck. Fläckar på s. 155-56. Hfrbd från slutet av 1800-talet, guldornerad rygg med röd titeletikett och upphöjda bind, alrotsmarmorerade pärmpapper. Ur Gustaf Holdo Stråles bibliotek, med hans exlibris, och ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. VD17 23:239747C. Klemming, Sveriges förhållanden, s. 105. Freytag 5819. Warmholtz 8306. Av hävd åtnjöt staden Bremen nästan full självständighet gentemot det omgivande ärkestiftet som den formellt tillhörde. När det stod klart att området i Westfaliska freden skulle komma att tillfalla Sverige fruktade man naturligt nog att detta självbestämmande inte skulle komma att respekteras av svenskarna. Man utverkade då ett frihetsbrev av kejsaren, 1646, i vilket Bremens ställning som fri stad formaliserades. Detta senkomna dokument (som lär ska ha kostat Bremens borgerskap en ansenlig summa) erkändes dock inte av Sverige. Frågan kom att leda till två väpnade konflikter mellan Bremen och Sverige (första och andra Bremiska krigen 1654 respektive 1666) vilka båda ledde till kompromisser till Sveriges fördel, men där Bremens självständighet trots allt bestod. Disponenten vid Rörstrands porslinsfabrik m.m. Gustaf Holdo Stråles (1826-96) stora boksamling såldes till stor del redan 1876 efter tryckt förteckning. Nya försäljningar ägde sedan rum senare samma år, liksom 1887 och 1888. Före sin död sålde han även en samling underhand till K. A. Wallenberg, men trots detta räckte böckerna till ytterligare en auktion på hans efterlämnade boksamling 1897

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        IL PETRARCA, di nuovo ristampato, & diligentemente corretto. Con argomenti di Pietro Petracci., Venetia, Appresso Li Guerrigli, 1651

      cm, 5,5 x cm. 10,7, rilegatura piena pelle coeva (sapienti restauri al dorso), bs. ,pp. 347, 13. Frontespizio tipografico preceduto da frontespizio calcografico, con ritratti di Petarrca e Laura, affontati al di sopra della veduta di Arqua (firmato da "Jac.Picini f." (GIACOMO PECINI circa 1617-1669). Contiene anche alle c. A4r-A10v "Vita e costumi del poeta" a cura di ALESSANDRO VELLUTELLO (n. 1473) e, da c.09r "Capitolo di m. Francesco Petrarca e altre poesie". Graziosa edizione assai rara (risulta presente in sole due biblioteche italiane) Bibliografia : K. Ley, Diue Drucke von Petrautas "Rima", Hildesheim 2002 - posizione 0397 pagina 341)

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        Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio Contra Claudii Anonymi, alias Salmasii, Defensio Regiam

      London: Typis Du Gardianis. 1651. First Edition, Third Printing. Hardcover. Recently rebound in quarter calf over marbled paper boards with gilt titles on spine, new endpapers, two stamps of the Inner Temple Library on title page and old bookplate to verso, one or two pages with library stamp in upper margin not affecting text and library stamp on final blank, leaves toward rear with slight dampstaining to lower outer corners not affecting text. This is the third issue (Shawcross 100) of Milton's reply to Salmasius who had written a defence of absolute monarchy and the Divine Right of Kings. Salmasius was a leading European scholar and humanist and his defence had been published by the exiled Charles II. So when Milton's reply was published it brought him recognition not just within the Commonwealth but across Europe. , 4to , xxii + 206 pp .

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        Trattato della Pittura di Lionardo da Vinci. Novamente dato in luce, con la vita dell'istelsso autore, scritta da Rafaelle du Fresne

      Added engraved title, fine large engraved vignette on title, fine full-page engraved port. of Alberti, numerous engraved illus. in the text, & many engraved initials, head-, & tail-pieces. 10 p.l. (incl. added engraved title), 112 pp., [8] leaves (incl. a plate & a blank leaf); 8 p.l. (incl. the port. of Alberti), 62 pp. Two parts in one vol. Folio, early 18th-cent. mottled calf (very careful repairs to spine & corners), double gilt fillet round sides, spine richly gilt. Paris: G. Langlois, 1651. First edition and a lovely copy from the Macclesfield library; this book had a great influence on French and Western art history. Our Italian edition is considered preferable as it contains the Della Pittura and Della Statua of Leon Battista Alberti (the French edition of the same year does not). Leonardo's treatise on painting was brought together from many notes by his pupil Francesco Melzi. A manuscript copy made for Fréart de Chanteloup and illustrated by Nicolas Poussin, formed the basis for this edition. "The first edition of the Trattato della pittura was designed to represent Leonardo monumentally. The format of the book is large, the typography elaborate."-Steinitz, Leonardo da Vinci's Trattato della Pittura...A Bibliography, pp. 145-50 & Belt 1. The book was edited by Raphael Trichet du Fresne (1611-61), numismatist and art historian. He was corrector of the press at the Imprimerie Royale and later librarian to Queen Christina of Sweden, succeeding Naudé in the post. Trichet was himself one of the great bibliophiles and collectors of the 17th century. Following the biography of Leonardo in the preliminary leaves of the first part is three-page list of 35 arts books; this is the first bibliography exclusively devoted to art. Again, in the second part, following the biography of Alberti is the earliest bibliography of his writings. It is divided into several sections: printed works in Latin, writings which remain in manuscript, and editions translated into Italian. Of the fifty diagrams and illustrations in the text, thirty-five pertain to Leonardo's work and fifteen to Alberti's treatise. Fine, fresh, and large copy. Signature of "Leonorius Aubry 1663" on front paste-down endpaper. ❧ Cicognara 232. .

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        Dithmarsiae Tabula Anno 1559. Dithmarsiae Tabula Anno 1651. 2 altkolor. Kupferstichkarten auf 1 Blatt von Peters nach Mejer bei Blaeuw. Amsterdam, 1662. 40,5 x 60,5 cm.

      Mit 2 Titel, 2 Textkartuschen und 2 Insetillustrationen.- Schönes, zartes Kolorit mit goldgehöhten Städten.

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        Sylva Sylvarum: Or A Natural History. In Ten Centuries

      London: William Lee, 1651. Handsomely rebound in full leather with decorative tooling to boards; raised bands & tooling to spine; gilt lettering to spine; modern endpages. Pages show usual darkening & soiling, some waterstaining. Outer page edges darkened & soiled. Overall a lovely copy.. First Edition. Full-Leather. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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        Paradoxes, Problems, Essayes, Characters, Written by Dr Donne, Dean of Pauls: To which is Added a Book of Epigrams ... As Also Ignatius his Conclave, A Satyr

      Edinburgh: Humphrey Moseley. VG - in Very Good condition. Careful modern restoration using original boards and spine as pattern. Occasional foxing or marks within. Closed tear second page 81 (no loss). Top edge cropped, not impinging. [1651] 1652 & 1653. First Edition thus. Tooled brown leather cover with red/gilt title panel. 219pp.; 224pp :: 145mm x 85mm (6" x 3") :: With separate title pages for Paradoxes and Ignatius, half-title for Essayes .

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        Comedies, Tragi-Comedies, With other Poems by Mr. William Cartwright late Student of Christ-Church in Oxford and Proctor of the University. The Ayres and Songs set by Mr. Henry Lawes Servant to His late Majesty in His Publick and Private Musick. -nec Ignes, Nec potuit Ferrum,-

      Printed: 1651. 1611-1643 Octavo, 6.5 x 4.25 inches. First edition. [Portrait]1, [a]-b8, *14 , *8, Ù4, **8, ***14, *10, a-e8, f4, g-k8, A-T8, U3, U8, X2, with leaf *11 in cancelled state as usual and showing the original stub. Leaves **7 and U1-3 appear to be in uncancelled state with no evidence of stubs, otherwise this collation matches that described by Evans. This copy is bound in modern butterscotch calf with a gilt spine, in period style. Cartwright enjoyed a considerable success among his contemporaries but posterity has been less kind and his work is only known to students of seventeenth century literature. He was educated at Westminster School and went up to Christ Church, Oxford, in 1628; he spent the rest of his short life there. He wrote four plays, intended for academic performance: The Ordinary or The City Cozener (1634) shows clearly the influence of Ben Jonson; The Lady Errant, The Royall Slave, and The Siege or Love's Convert were published in 1651. The Royall Slave, with designs by Inigo Jones and music by Henry Lawes, was acted for King Charles I and Henrietta Maria at Oxford in 1636 and proved a great success. Cartwright took holy orders in 1638 and wrote no more plays but he became a celebrated preacher; in 1642 he became reader in metaphysics to the university. A Royalist, Cartwright preached at Oxford before the king after the Battle of Edgehill. The edition of his works published in 1651 contained 51 commendatory verses by writers of the day, including Izaak Walton and Henry Vaughan. The Plays and Poems of William Cartwright were collected and edited by G. Blakemore Evans and published in 1951. (Stapleton) This work also includes the first poem by Katherine Phillips to be printed (DNB). Cartwright was well liked, and many of his wide circle of friends contributed to the verses occupying the first 100 pages or so; Dr. John Fell, Jasper Mayne, Henry Vaughan the Silurist, Alexander Brome, Izaak Walton, Francis Vaughan, Thomas Vaughan, Henry Lawes, Sir John Birkenhead, James Howell and many others.

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        ALMAGESTUM NOVUM:

      Bononiae (Bologna), Haeredis Victorii Benatii, 1651.. astronomiam veterem nouamque complectens obseruationibus aliorum, et propriis nouisque theorematibus, problematibus ac tabulis promotam... FIRST EDITION, 1651, Bononiae (Bologna), Haeredis Victorii Benatii, 1651. Part II only of the 2 Parts of Volume I, Books 8, 9 & 10. 8. comets and novae ("new stars"); 9. the structure of the universe?the heliocentric and geocentric theories, etc.; 10. calculations related to astronomy. Volume I was all that was published, Riccioli envisioned that the New Almagest would have three volumes, but only the first (with its 1500 pages split into two parts) was completed. Folio, 370 x 240 mm, 14½ x 9½ inches, Latin text, LACKS ENGRAVED FRONTISPIECE, half title page is present with large engraved ecclesiastical armorial vignette, some woodcut head- and tailpieces and decorated initials, numerous diagrams and a few woodcut illustrations in the text, pages: (4), xviii, 9-675 plus (1) - errata and colophon with printer's engraved device, LACKING PAGES 1-8 i.e. signature A, bound in full contemporary vellum, author's name hand lettered to spine. Vellum rubbed and discoloured, spine darkened, small nick to upper and lower hinges, corners slightly worn, small patch of wear to fore-edge of upper cover, name on front pastedown, some worming to pastedown and endpaper, worming to lower margins starts on page 250 and continues to page 540, not affecting text, a few of the larger worm tracks neatly repaired, a few pages lightly browned, occasional small pale stain, pale brown stain in top inner margins affects 60 pages, some light brown spotting to final page and small closed margin tear to final page with old paper repair. Binding tight and firm. A good copy of Part II of a very scarce important astronomical work (lacking frontispiece and 8 pages of text, (4 leaves) as mentioned). Riccioli was an Italian Jesuit astronomer (1598-1671). He entered the Society of Jesus in 1614. After teaching philosophy and theology for a number of years, chiefly at Parma and Bologna, he devoted himself, at the request of his superiors, entirely to the study of astronomy, which at that time, owing to the discoveries of Kepler and the new theories of Copernicus, was a subject of much discussion. Realizing the many defects of the traditional astronomy inherited from the ancients, he conceived the bold idea of undertaking a reconstruction of the science with a view to bringing it into harmony with contemporary progress. This led to the Almagestum Novum, considered by many the most important literary work of the Jesuits during the seventeenth century. It is in this work that the system of naming craters and mountains on the Moon after famous astronomers was introduced. Although the work is not Copernican ? Riccioli presents no less than 77 arguments against Copernicus ? it is not, despite the title, Ptolemaic either. Riccioli was a follower of Tycho Brahe, naming the largest lunar crater after him. As an observational astronomer he found that Mizar was a double star. He was also a skilled and patient experimenter who attempted to work out the acceleration due to gravity. See: Fabrizio Govi, I Classici Che Hanno Fatto L'Italia, page 179, number 194; Sotheby's Earls of Macclesfield Catalogue, Part VI Science No. 1741. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST. A heavy book which may require extra postage.

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        Letters to Severall Persons of Honour: Written by John Donne, Sometime Deane of St Pauls London. Published by John Donne Dr. of the Civill Law

      Printed: 1651. 1573-1631 Quarto, 7 x 5.2 inches. First edition. A-Z4, Aa-Ss4. Lacking the blanks A1 and Ss4. This copy lacks the portrait of Donne. This copy is bound in full contemporary polished calf boards with gilt-tooled edges; the binding has been rebacked and bears an early label. The edges of the leaves are speckled red. The spine leather is chipped and worn, with cracks developing down the center of the spine and at the joints. The volume would benefit from rebinding. The contents, on the other hand, are clean and tight, the paper generally in excellent condition. Notwithstanding the missing portrait, this is a very good copy. From the Damgard-Nielsen collection of John Donne, with his small bookplate inside the front board and his signature on the front free end leaf. This copy is bound in seventeenth century sheep. Published posthumously by the poet's son, John Donne (1604-1662), this collection contains 129 letters, written between December 1600 (a year before Donne's marriage to Anne More) and March 1631 (two months before his death). "'In no other kind of conveyance,' Donne once told Goodyer, 'can we find so perfect a Character of a man as in his Letters'. These letters provide valuable information about Donne's situation and frame of mind at the time of the poems that many readers consider his greatest achievements -the 'Anniversaries', the 'Holy Sonnets', many of the verse letters and 'A Litanie'. Moreover, the letters provide an even fuller account of the periods of intense mental and physical duress during the composition of Donne's equally important prose works -'Biathanatos', 'Pseudo-Martyr', his polemical support of the Oath of Allegiance, 'Devotions' and many of his sermons. "An even more impressive (and constant) feature conveyed by the letters is the picture of Donne the family man. Here we see the loving husband who bemoans that he has transplanted his wife Anne 'into a wretched fortune' and who reflects at the time of one of her illnesses that he 'should hardly have abstained from recompensing for her company in this world, with accompanying out of it.' [.] Here also are those brief personal touches that one would expect from 'conveyors of friendship' -glimpses of his nervousness at being commanded to preach before King Charles I for the first time, that he has neither the 'ambition, nor design upon the style' to pursue the law as his 'best entertainment', of his preference for life in the city and, as always, his delight in self-criticism: 'I may die yet, if talking idly be an ill sign.'"(M. Thomas Hester) "Like his poems, Donne's letters paint the brilliant and insolent young man; the erudite and witty, but troubled and melancholy, suitor for court favour and office; the ascetic and fervent saint and preacher. And this is their chief interest. For some time, Donne held the position, almost, of the English épistolier, collections of the "choicest conceits" being made, in commonplace books, from his letters as well as his poems. But they were not well fitted to teach, like Balzac's, the beauty of a balanced and orderly prose, though they far surpass the latter in wit, wisdom and erudition. Their chief interest is the man whom they reveal, the characteristically renascence "melancholy temperament," now deep in despondence and meditating on the problem of suicide, now, in his own words, kindling squibs about himself and flying into sportfulness; elaborating erudite compliments, or talking to Goodere with the utmost simplicity and good feeling; worldly and time-serving, noble and devout-all these things, and all with equal sincerity." (Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Vol IV, Ch. 11.)

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        Lexicon juris Sveo-Gothici.

      Quantâ fieri potuit industriâ collectum & concinnatum. Stockholm, Henrici Keysers, 1651. 12:o. *1, A12-G12, H6. Någon enstaka fuktrand. Förbunden av: [Konungastyrelse.] En nyttigh bok, om konunga styrilse och höfdinga, fordom för någre hundrade åhr, af en förståndigh swensk man skrifvin, ock nu nyliga framkommen, och utaf framlidhne salige hoos Gudi martyren, höglofligh hos oss och uthi hele christenhetenne i åminnelse den stormechtigeste högborne förste och herre h. Gustaf Adolf den andre och store, /.../ och efter H.K.M:s nådige befalning, strax ord från ord trykt blifvin, och sedan i medler tidh medh torftige register förbettrad, och nu publicerat. Stockholm, Henrich Keyser, 1650. 12:o. (1),+ 87,+ (19) bl. Titelbladet inom ramtryck. Senare pergamentband, ryggen med röd titeletikett, första arbetet med blått främre snitt och det andra med rött, övre och nedre snitt röda. Med Sophie Adlersparres namnteckning på försättsbladet, daterat 1874, samt på första titelbladet. Collijn sp. 530 resp. sp. 462 & 481-81. Almquist s. 116. Rudbeck 24 (för konungastyrelsen). Första sällsynta upplagan av Loccenius juridiska lexikon. En andra utkom 1665 och en tredje 1674. Som forskare i svensk rätt och som lärare introducerade Loccenius rättsvetenskapen i Sverige, och behovet av ett lexikon som definierade och översatte det ålderdomliga svenska rättsspråket till latin var stort. Loccenius arbetade även ständigt vidare på detta lexikon och varje ny upplaga innebar förbättringar. På slutet finns ett "Explicatio perigrinarum aliquot dictionum feudalium", i vilket en mängd feodala termer förklaras ha germanskt (d.v.s. langobardiskt och gotiskt) ursprung. Johannes Loccenius (1598-1677) från Holstein blev doktor i juridik i Leiden 1625. Samma år blev han inkallad till Sverige av Gustav II Adolf till en professur i historia i Uppsala. År 1628 blir han professor Skytteanus, 1648 universitetsbibliotekarie, 1651 rikshistoriograf och 1667 assessor i antikvitetskollegiet. Här bunden tillsammand med andra upplagan av Johannes Bureus edition av Konungastyrelsen. Den gavs egentligen ut tillsammans med Sveriges rikes lagböcker 1650, vilka saknas här. Sophie Adlersparre (1823-95), en av pionjärerna i Sverige inom kvinnosaksrörelsen och en av grundarna av Fredrika-Bremer-förbundet

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        Afbeeldinghe in wat maniere Den Admiral Pieter Adriaensen Ita twee Rycke Honduras vaerders ver overt.

      Amsterdam, 1651. Very fine engraving of Havana from the sea. A very sharp impression in fine condition. 14.5 x 11" Depicts the taking of two Spanish silver-ships off Havana by the Dutch Admiral Pieter Adriaensen. From Isaac Commelin's 'Begin ende voortgangh', a narrative of the voyages made by the Dutch East India Company.

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        Novum Testamentum Domini Nostri Jesu Christi, Interprete Theodoro Beza

      Londini [London]: Typis T. Mabb & A. Cole, 1651.. 24mo, (ii), 488 pp. Engraved title page with a couple of small holes, one slightly affecting the imprint, top edge laid down, loss to one outer margin with slight loss of text, some corners a little bumped and creased, 19th century inscriptions to endpapers. Contemporary calf, rebacked in a lighter calf, recent morocco label. Wing B2777A. The imprint differs slightly from that given by ESTC, with the names being printed in full rather than having just the initials. Only two copies noted, Peterhouse College and the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library.

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        The Saints Everlasting Rest: or, a Treatise of the Blessed State of the Saints in their enjoyment of God in Glory. Wherein is shewed its Excellency and Certainty; the Misery of those that lose it; the way to Attain it...

      London: Printed for Thomas Underhill, and Francis Tyton 1651.. Second edition, 8vo, (xl), 184, (40), 185-304, 196, (56), 197-312, 312 pp. Some occasional, and mostly marginal, browning, marbled endpapers. Period style 19th century black morocco, covers with blind stamped rules and gilt tooled flower cornerpieces, recently rebacked retaining the original backstrip, a.e.g. Reprinted twelve times before the century was up and a classic of English theology - "...a masterpiece of style" (Encyc. Brit.). A non-conformist, Baxter suffered for his beliefs after the Restoration but continued to produce a stream of pamphlets and books. Wing B1384.

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        Kurtzes Hand-Büchlein und Experiment vieler Artzneyen durch den gantzen Cörper dess Menschens von dem Haupt biss auff die Füss sampt lebendiger Abcontrafactur etlicher der fürnembsten und begreuchlichsten Kräutter und daruass gebrandten und distillierten Wassern, Krafft und Tugend durch den... Q. Apollinarem selbs erfahren und bewhret...

      Strassburg, Mülbe & Städel, 1651. Title-page + (2) p. + CXCVI leaves (should be: CCXII leaves) + p. 35-147 + Register (2) p. + 1 blank (this last part is "Gedruckt zu Strassburg durch Christian Müller 1577". Illustrated with numerous woodcuts. Contemporary full calf. 14,5 X 9 cm. P. CXII damaged with minimal loss of text

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