27 June 2007
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Assises d'Antioche. Venice: Imprimerie Arménienne Médaillée, 1876.
2°. Text in French and Armenian. Dark red morocco, on the upper cover gilt title and arms of the Savoy family.
A rare volume, published under the auspices of the Société Mekhitariste de Saint Lazare on the sixth death centennial of Sempad the Contestable. Together with a large in folio volume bound in dark morocco with the arms of the Savoy family containing the Armenian Illustrated Magazine for the years 1901-1909, from the Private Library of Vittorio Emanuele III, King of Italy (1869-1947)
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