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Early Books: Two Titles: 1571 and 1672.

Auction:
3103T
Lot:
1149
Sold for:
$123$100

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Auction:
Books & Manuscripts - 3103T
Location:
Marlborough
Date / Time :
May 31, 2018 10:00AM

Description:

Early Books: Two Titles: 1571 and 1672. Gabriele de Barletta's Sermonum Celeberrimi Sacrae Scripturae Professoris, Venice: Somaschi, 1571, octavo, contemporary manuscript notes, two parts in one volume, parchment, some water stains; [and] Bernier's Verhael van den Laetsten Oproer Inden Staet des Grooten Mogols, Amsterdam: Janssonius van Waesberg, 1672, 12mo, toning and foxing to text, full parchment binding. (2)
Estimate $80-100


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Stephen Williams, John Biddle, Daniel Russell, Thomas Thacher, B. Arthur O. Norton, Roger Daniel, Thomas Graves, Deerfield, London, Harvard University, Literature, Presidents of Harvard University, Religion, Religion in the United States, Samuel Willard, Septuagint

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