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Introductio in Lectionem novi Testamenti

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Product description

Introduction in reading the New Testament, published 1737, Johann F. Gleditsch and Sons. Entirely in latin, but likely German (Frankfurt) in origin. Inscription in first page dates 1752, Frankfurt.

This copy is bound in creme vellum. The spine appears to have had a title etc printed on, but it has largely faded. Minor bumping to the bottom of the covers and corners, but no boards are visible underneath the vellum. General discolouration to the vellum is evident, and it appears that a piece of paper was once affixed to the front cover (small piece of paper with old-script writing remains). The binding is tight, and the pages are very minimally foxed and faded, but the content pages are in excellent condition. Occasional pages have a few lines underlined in pen ink (likely marked in 1752, as a dated inscription on the front end page matches the ink). All seven plates and maps are present in the copy, although some maps have come loose.

Item details

PLU:
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Added value:
Very good condition
Author(s):
Johann G Pritz (Pritius)
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
596
Publisher:
Johann F. Gleditsch and Sons
Title:
Introductio in Lectionem novi Testamenti

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Introduction in reading the New Testament, published 1737, Johann F. Gleditsch and Sons. Entirely in latin, but likely German (Frankfurt) in origin. Inscription in first page dates 1752, Frankfurt.

This copy is bound in creme vellum. The spine appears to have had a title etc printed on, but it has largely faded. Minor bumping to the bottom of the covers and corners, but no boards are visible underneath the vellum. General discolouration to the vellum is evident, and it appears that a piece of paper was once affixed to the front cover (small piece of paper with old-script writing remains). The binding is tight, and the pages are very minimally foxed and faded, but the content pages are in excellent condition. Occasional pages have a few lines underlined in pen ink (likely marked in 1752, as a dated inscription on the front end page matches the ink). All seven plates and maps are present in the copy, although some maps have come loose.

PLU:
0
Added value:
Very good condition
Author(s):
Johann G Pritz (Pritius)
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
596
Publisher:
Johann F. Gleditsch and Sons
Title:
Introductio in Lectionem novi Testamenti

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