Lot 44 of 429:
Pentateuch, 1592  

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Lot closed - Sold For:$420
Estimate:
$700 - $1,000

Title:
Pentateuchum Moysi, nempe Genesis, Exodus, Liviticus, Numeri, Deuteronomium.
Author:
Place:
Rome
Publisher:
Date:
1592
Description:

[38], 1-8, [2], 9-295 pp. Engraved title page, woodcut initials for first Preface and Genesis, woodcut device at tail of Preface. (8vo), 11.5x6.3 cm (4½x2½"), alum tawed pigskin tooled and titled in gilt, sewn on cords.

In Latin, with dedication to Pope Clement VIII by M. Vestrius Barbianus. Leaf B8 appears between pages 8 & 9. OCLC 225327309

Lot Amendments
Condition:
Rubbing and shelfwear to edges and sides of wooden box; wear and discoloring to spine; some slight soiling to covers; some foxing to edges of text block; light foxing and toning to pages, first few pages have soiling and some loss to top right corners not affecting text; overall very good.
 
Item number:
300559a
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