London, South Kensington
12 November 2007
PRADO, Hieronymus and Juan Bautista VILLALPANDI. In Ezechielem explanationes et apparatus vrbis, ac templi Hierolsolymitani. Rome: no printer, 1596 [but c.1750]. 2° (422 x 270mm). Double-page engraved title and 46 double-page or folding plates (worming to central margins affecting plate 20 only, occasional very light spotting). Contemporary half sheep (rubbed). Provenance: Don de Monsieur le Chanoine Burdin, Vicaire Général (book label); Grande Seminaire de Chambery (blind stamp on front free endpaper [twice] and on the margins of the title [twice] and portrait [once]). A reprint of the plates of the Roman edition in three volumes, 1596-1604.
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