Lot 59 of 175:
Roman law, 1575  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$180
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
Volumen locupletius quam antehac. Continet enim præter posteriores tres libros Codicis, Nouellas & Feuda, multa alia pagina sequenti declarata

Author:

Place:
Lugduni [Lyon]

Publisher:
[Publisher not identified]

Date:
1575

Description:

[20] pages, 1184 columns, [12] pages. Printed in red & black; hallf -page woodcut illustration; large woodcut device on title pate; woodcut historiated initials. (folio) 40x26.5 cm (15¾x10½"), period vellum.

Early work on Roman law.

Donated by Churchill Collector, San Diego, CA.

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Lot Amendments

Condition:
Binding worn, stained; staining to lower margins intruding into text toward the rear with some loss not affecting text; very good overall.


 
Item number:
300644
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