Printed Books, Maps and Works on Paper | 11 July 2013

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65

Loyseau (Charles) - Oeuvres,

Sold for £600

Est: £300–400

Loyseau (Charles)

Oeuvres,

3 parts in 1, titles with woodcut arms, a few ff. with marginal worm traces, light foxed, a few small stains, contemporary mottled calf, richly gilt spine in compartments and with red morocco label, spine ends little chipped, upper cover with some worming, scuffed, Geneva Phillippe Albert, 1620 § [Hevenesi (Gábor)] Amores Josephini, Sive Divorum amabilissimi, Divini Amoris Nutritii, Mariæ Sponsi, first edition, 52 (?of 53, possibly lacking frontispiece) engraved plates, small ink stamp to title, final f. of preliminaries loose, some water-staining and light foxing, contemporary calf, lacking ties, foot of spine slightly worn, rubbed, scarce, Vienna, Leopold Voigt, 1692
§ Heraldry.- [Knights of the Order of St.George in Bavaria] Des Churbayerischen Hohen Ritter-Ordens S.Georgiis Wappen-Calendar, engraved pictorial title and 126 plates, portraits and divisional titles, including 3 double-page plates, ink stamp to title, water-stained, contemporary calf, spine ends and corners little worn, rubbed, Munich, Zimmermann, [c.1788] § Bacon (Sir Francis) De Augmentis Scientiarum, engraved additional pictorial title, some light pencil underlining, contemporary vellum, yapp edges, lightly soiled, Leiden, apud Franciscum Moiardum & Adrianum Wijingaerde, 1645; and c.30 others, Continental Literature & History of the 17th to 19th centuries, v.s. (c.34)

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