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CALLOT, Jacques (1592-1635). Les Images de tous les Saincts et Saintes de l'année suivant le martyrologe Romain. Paris: Israel Henriet, 1636. 2° (291 x 180mm). Engraved title, frontispiece, and 122 plates by Henriet after Callot. (The first few leaves strengthened in the inner margin, occasional light mostly marginal spotting, old repair in the margin of the last plate.) Contemporary sprinkled calf (hinges and joints split but holding, corners and extremities rubbed). Provenance: M. Gallien (notes in pencil on the front pastedown, and laid-in, dated 1896).
CALLOT, Jacques (1592-1635). Les Images de tous les Saincts et Saintes de l'année suivant le martyrologe Romain. Paris: Israel Henriet, 1636. 2° (291 x 180mm). Engraved title, frontispiece, and 122 plates by Henriet after Callot. (The first few leaves strengthened in the inner margin, occasional light mostly marginal spotting, old repair in the margin of the last plate.) Contemporary sprinkled calf (hinges and joints split but holding, corners and extremities rubbed). Provenance: M. Gallien (notes in pencil on the front pastedown, and laid-in, dated 1896).

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CALLOT, Jacques (1592-1635). Les Images de tous les Saincts et Saintes de l'année suivant le martyrologe Romain. Paris: Israel Henriet, 1636. 2° (291 x 180mm). Engraved title, frontispiece, and 122 plates by Henriet after Callot. (The first few leaves strengthened in the inner margin, occasional light mostly marginal spotting, old repair in the margin of the last plate.) Contemporary sprinkled calf (hinges and joints split but holding, corners and extremities rubbed). Provenance: M. Gallien (notes in pencil on the front pastedown, and laid-in, dated 1896).

FIRST EDITION, mixed issue: first issue of the plates of Saints with blank margins and signed only with Israel's name; second issue of the plates of feast days; second issue title and imprint with the correct reading 'Henriet'; first issue dedication with all the text on the recto; third issue frontispiece with the caption reading 'ny de mort'. A VERY GOOD COPY. Brunet I: 1484.

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