London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
BIBLE, in Hebrew. Amsterdam: J. Jansson, 1639. 3 parts. Engraved title (top margins lightly waterstained throughout, title a trifle browned). Darlow and Moule 5127. [Bound with:] He kaine diatheke [graecè]. Novum testamentum. Ibid., 1639. Woodcut device on title, half title (light waterstaining). [And:] Wing 2431. 3 works in one volume, 8°. Contemporary calf gilt (rebacked, very rubbed). Provenance: Repton School (18th-century inscriptions and book-label).
NEW TESTAMENT, in Greek. Tes kaines diathekes hapanta [graecè]. Cambridge: John Field, 1665. 12°. Woodcut device on title (stain in lower margins). Contemporary sprinkled calf (rubbed). Provenance: Thomas Fisher (3 inscriptions, one dated 1754 at Repton). Wing B2733.
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