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(Armorial Binding) Remondi, Francisco
Diuionensis e Societate Iesu, carmina et orationes
Vienna: J. Poyet, 1617. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary dark red morocco gilt, floral roll rool border within two double fillets, around a semé of small fleur de lys and central coat-of-arms of Du Nozet. Contemporary owner inscriptions and old library inkstamp to title page. Tiny label to front pastedown, old pencil annotations to rear pastedown. Scattered light foxing, light dampstain to bottom corner of first few gatherings, small wormhole to rear free endpaper. Mild rubbing to morocco, tiny holes from absent catches and clasps. Minor restoration to spine ends. A near-fine copy in attractive and notable armorial binding. 1 vols. 8vo. Choice Contemporary Binding. RÉMOND'S CARMINA ET ORATIONES, 1617, IN DISTINGUISHED AND ELABORATE MOROCCO-GILT ARMORIAL BINDING Early 17th-century collection of formal addresses and prayerful poetry, illustrated with woodcut initials and ornamental head- and tailpieces, in distinguished full crushed morocco bearing elaborate armorial gilt decoration. The poet François Rémond was a native of Dijon and a Jesuit professor. This volume, which was first published at least as early as 1606, includes Rémond's speeches, devotional verses-several of which commemorate biblical characters, saints and liturgical occasions-and epigrams addressed to members of the administration of the Collège Royale at La Flèche. This institution, founded by King Henry IV, was "the most prestigious of the colleges which the Jesuits established in France," counting Descartes among its famous students (Oregon State University). The coat of arms encircled by the inscription … [Click Below for Full Description]
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