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BIBLE, New Testament in Greek. Novum Iesu Christi Domini Nostri Testamentum. Sedan: Ioannes Iannoni, 1628 [March 1629]. 32° (78 x 39mm), text in Greek. (Title with old repair, margins cut close, occasionally affecting text, without 2 final blanks.) Early 18th-century English black turkey, covers with narrow gilt-panels filled with star and flower tools and tool combining four circles, the panels surrounded by circular whorls and larger side-pieces, gilt spine, gilt edges (joints splitting, small chips to covers, lower corners bumped, spine faded and with wormhole at base). Provenance: Roger Cotes (1682-1716, Latin note of his gift to:) -- Harrold (signature) -- Thomas Philip Earl de Grey (bookplate). Although Cotes died young, he is remembered for editing the second edition of Newton's Principia (1713). Darlow & Moule 4676: 'the smallest Greek text ever printed, with the exception of Pickering's miniature edition of 1828'.
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BIBLE, New Testament in Greek. Novum Iesu Christi Domini Nostri Testamentum. Sedan: Ioannes Iannoni, 1628 [March 1629]. 32° (78 x 39mm), text in Greek. (Title with old repair, margins cut close, occasionally affecting text, without 2 final blanks.) Early 18th-century English black turkey, covers with narrow gilt-panels filled with star and flower tools and tool combining four circles, the panels surrounded by circular whorls and larger side-pieces, gilt spine, gilt edges (joints splitting, small chips to covers, lower corners bumped, spine faded and with wormhole at base). Provenance: Roger Cotes (1682-1716, Latin note of his gift to:) -- Harrold (signature) -- Thomas Philip Earl de Grey (bookplate). Although Cotes died young, he is remembered for editing the second edition of Newton's Principia (1713). Darlow & Moule 4676: 'the smallest Greek text ever printed, with the exception of Pickering's miniature edition of 1828'.

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BIBLE, New Testament in Greek. Novum Iesu Christi Domini Nostri Testamentum. Sedan: Ioannes Iannoni, 1628 [March 1629]. 32° (78 x 39mm), text in Greek. (Title with old repair, margins cut close, occasionally affecting text, without 2 final blanks.) Early 18th-century English black turkey, covers with narrow gilt-panels filled with star and flower tools and tool combining four circles, the panels surrounded by circular whorls and larger side-pieces, gilt spine, gilt edges (joints splitting, small chips to covers, lower corners bumped, spine faded and with wormhole at base). Provenance: Roger Cotes (1682-1716, Latin note of his gift to:) -- Harrold (signature) -- Thomas Philip Earl de Grey (bookplate). Although Cotes died young, he is remembered for editing the second edition of Newton's Principia (1713). Darlow & Moule 4676: 'the smallest Greek text ever printed, with the exception of Pickering's miniature edition of 1828'.

Novum Iesu Christi Domini Nostri Testamentum. Sedan: Ioannes Iannoni, 1628 [colophon: March 1629]. 32° (83 x 45mm), text in Greek, ruled in red throughout, with 2 final blanks. Late 17th-century English black turkey, covers panelled in gilt with floral corner-pieces, gilt spine, white metal clasps, gilt edges (spine rubbed and faded, clasps defective, corners slightly bumped). Provenance: Latin and Greek encomiums on the work on front blank -- Earls de Grey (bookplate). Darlow & Moule 4676. (2)
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