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Marcus Antonius Coccius Sabellicus, Celio Curione
1560 Sabellicus. 1st edition. Opera Omnia, M. Antonii Coccii Sabellici.Hervagium
Basileae: Johannes Hervagius (Joannem Hervagium), 1560. See pictures. Vintage patina, with a pleasing look of history. Bindings are well worn, with edge wear, corner bumps, rubbing, chipping at spine ends, etc.. Volume one has some pealing of the leather (in pictures). Some hinges cracked, a few joints starting. All volumes have some toning, occasional spots/dog ear/foxing, occasional worming in bottom margin, and name/date on the title page/at the colophon and etc.. V.1 - Ex libris ticket on pastedown, also bookseller notes on pastedown and flyleaf. Inkspot on the title page, 3 cm, and another 1 cm that has turned into a hole. Several fore-edge chip repairs. V. 2 - shared condition notes, nothing exceptional to it. V. 3 Title page has some creasing. All volumes have a very occasional underline and marginal note; there are not many, most only correcting the Latin. Despite the condition notes, these books present themselves well and add presence to a shelf with their tall classically decorated spines. The recognized first edition of the collected works of Marcus Antonius Coccius Sabellicus, edited by Celio Secondo Curione, complete in four books (bound in three volumes), with the provenance stamp of the Count de Ega decorating each board (and more provenance within). An earlier "opera" (1538) was published, but lacked much of Sabellicus' work. The noted scholar Celio Secondo Curione gathered, and edited this work, published in Basel, Switzerland, at the printing house of Hervagius. About Sabellicus - Sabellicus (1436-1506) was a scholar and historian of Venice, best known … [Click Below for Full Description]
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