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Novum Testamentum graece, cum vulgata interpretatione latina graeci contextus lineis inserta.
Geneva, Apud Petrum de La Roviere, 1619. [HARVARD'S FIRST FEMALE PATRON] 8vo. pp (xvi) 1082. (vi). [par]8, A 3Y8. (last two blank). Greek and Roman letter, some Italic. Small woodcut printer’s device on title, woodcut initials and headpieces, typographical ornaments, manuscript ex-dono “Donum Anne Radcliffe fac: Theol: Bacc: Oct 4 1623” on fly, later autograph ‘Barbet’ with shelf mark below, book-labels of ‘E. Almack’ and ‘M.A. Colson’, manuscript register of the births of the Saunders family 1629-1643 on following flyleaves. Light age yellowing, some minor light, mostly marginal spotting, the occasional mark or spot, quires Bb-Cc with early restoration in blank outer margins, small hole at blank gutter of title restored on verso. A good copy in sumptuous contemporary English tan morocco, covers bordered with a single gilt rule with gilt dentelle roll, double hatched circles gilt to corners and centre around which a highly intricate all over design of gilt small, and pointillé tools, including gilt scrolled tools, leafy sprays, gilt hatched leaves, flat spine, gilt ruled into four compartments, worked with gilt scrolled tools around the same double hatched circles gilt as the covers, edges gilt ruled with dentelle roll, a.e.g, small split in lower outer joint restored, small early restoration to joints, a little rubbed at extremities. In folding box. A most interesting and superbly bound copy of Arias Montanus’ Greek New Testament with the interlinear Latin translation, in a richly worked contemporary English, most probably London, binding, with fascinating early English pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
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