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Principia ivris criminalis Germaniae commvnis  

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Principia ivris criminalis Germaniae commvnis: avditorvm vsibvs destinata

Meister, Christian Friedrich Georg


Impensis Victorini Bossigelii



[16], 492 pp. Woodcut head- and tailpieces, (8vo), 17x10 cm (6¾x4") half-calf with speckled boards, raised bands, lettered in gilt on a morocco spine label, marbled edges.

A treatise on criminal law from Göttingen law professor and councilor Christian Friedrich Georg Meister (1718-1782).

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Chipping at head of spine, joints starting, rubbing to edges and corners; front hinge starting, slight wave to somewhat toned pages; very good.

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