London, South Kensington
16 February 2001
LUIS DE GRANADA. Primera [Secunda etc.] Parte de la Introduccion del Simbolo de la Fe en ella se trato de la creacion del mundo, Madrid: en la Imprenta Real, 1646. 4° (320 x 230mm.), title printed in red and black (some mainly marginal staining), contemporary vellum, the spine titled in manuscript with flower design at foot (head of spine torn with some loss), ties, old illegible signature on title, bookplate (1).
LUIS DE GRANADA. Doctrina Christiana, Madrid: por Gregorio Rodriguez, 1650. Title within woodcut border [bound with the same author's:] Libro de la Oracion, Madrid: Por Maria de Quinones, 1648 [and:] Memorial de la Vida Christiana Madrid: Por Gregorio Rodriguez, 1649. 3 works in one volume, 4° (323 x 225mm.) (occasional mainly marginal staining), uniformly-bound with the above volume in contemporary vellum, the spine titled in manuscript with flower design at foot, ties, old illegible signature on title of first work, bookplate (1).
With the same author's Sermones de Tiempo (Madrid, 1790-93, 14 vols.), attractively bound in calf, and 2 other works in 13 volumes, bound in vellum (one of which illustrated above). (29)
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