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(4) 283 folia. Contemporary Vellum Wrapper, 8° (Wanting ties, front cover lacks a small piece of vellum, binding partially loose. With on the front pastedown an exlibris bookplate of the St. Ulrich’s and St. Afra’s Abbey, a former Benedictine abbey at Augsburg. The main work of Dutch humanist and Catholic theologian Albertus Pighius, or Albert [...]

Rivet, André
6.500,00 Nr. 11421
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1651/1652/1660 - Rotterdam, Arnout Leers

3 volumes, (10, portrait) 1459 (40), (12) 1268 (30), (40) 1292 (25) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, Folio (Water-stain in the first part of volume one, some pages of volume two are browned. The bindings of thefirst two volumes are slighty worn and/or restored on the spines, wanting ties. The collected works of [...]

3 volumes in 1 binding, (frontispiece, portrait, 42) 84 319, 219, 700 (144) p. Contemporary Vellum, Folio (Text-block slightly browned throughout. The most important work by German statesman, scholar and historian Veit Ludwig von Seckendorf (1612-1692). The 3-volume work contains a documentary history of Lutheranism, by way of a refutation of Jesuit Louis von Maimbourg’s [...]

2 volumes in 1 binding, (4) 1069 (68) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, Folio (Front cover split at the hinge, wormholes in the bottom margin of the final few pages. Several ownership-entries and a bookplate on the front pastedown and final page. Biblical encyclopaedia and commentary by Sisto da Siena, or Sixtus of [...]

(engraved titlepage, 6) 805 (19) p. Contemporary Leather with raised bands and gold-stamped spine, 8° (Edges of the binding slightly rubbed, wormholes in the binding and first part of the text-block, one right through the text and the others in the bottom-margin. History of the Reformation by Luxembourg lawyer and diplomat Johannes Sleidanus (1506-1556). Appointed [...]

3 volumes, (56) 756 (30), (32) 792 (31), (24) 714 (21) p. Contemporary Vellum, 4° (The volumes have partially renewed endpapers, text blocks slightly browned throughout and the first quire of volume one a bit loose. Scholastic textbook by Reformed scholastic François Turretini, or Francis Turretin (1623-1687). Turretini studied in Geneva and Leiden before becoming [...]

5.750,00 Nr. 11427
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1648/1655/1659/1667/1669 - Utrecht, Janssonius van Waesberge

5 volumes, (46) 1172 (54), (8) 1278 (26), (12) 1418 (24), (12) 843 (29), (8) 763 (5) 243 (53) p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 4° (Some waterstains in volume 1, quire 5P of volume 4 browned, the author’s portrait in volume one is bound in front of the titlepage in stead of at the end of [...]

3 volumes in 4 bindings, (14) 1000 (60), (8) 970 (53), (12) 1139 (43), (16) 982 (34) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, 4° (Occasionally some browning, the spines of all volumes are partly restored, the final part is slightly loose in the binding. Including the folding table in volume three. One of the [...]

2 volumes in 1 binding, (56, portrait) 554, (12) 511 (31) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, Folio (The spine has been restored with preservation of most of the contemporary back-strip, long side of the margin of 5 leaves of the prelims and margins of the final page index reinforced. The collected works of [...]

(8) 549 p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 12° (Multiple old underlinings on the first 200 pages of the main text. Provenance: From the vast library of the Maison de Saint-Lazare at Paris, with their ownership-entry on the titlepage. Dogmatic treatise by Dutch Calvinist minister Antonius Walaeus (1573-1639). Written in his time as professor in Leiden, the [...]

(26) 565 (38) p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 4° (Text-block very slightly browned throughout. Provenance: Library of the Dominican Monastery of Huissen (Gelderland), with their library-stamp facing the titlepage. Dogmatical treatises by Polish Jesuit theologian Mateusz. Warszawski (1578-1652). The work written in the time of the intolerant Counter Reformation in Poland, its views explained point by [...]

(2, 29) 350 (1) p. Rebound half Leather, 4° (Water-stain in the prelims and aan old ownership-entry on the titlepage reading ‘Geo. (de) Boullee’. The Confession of Christian Religion, a work of systematic theology by Italian reformed theologian Girolamo Zanchi (1516-1590). Forced to leave Italy because of his protestant views, Zanchi found refuge in Neustadt [...]