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16 February 2001
ANTONIO, Nicolas. Bibliotheca Hispana sive Hispanorum qui usquam unquamue sive Latina sive populari sive aliam quamis linguam scripto aliquid consignaverunt, Rome: Nicolò Angelo Tinassi, 1672. 2 volumes, 2° (312 x 220mm.), 2 engraved allegorical titles, titles printed in red and black (vol. II with dampstain throughout, some spotting), contemporary vellum, the covers with gilt-stamped Papal coat-of-arms, double gilt-ruled borders with cornerpieces, spines gilt (frayed, some staining, lower cover to vol. one worn), bookplate (2). BM STC 17th-Century Italian, p. 41; Brunet I, 336; Palau 13309.
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