PAPIUS, Andreas (of Ghent). De consonantiis, seu pro diatessaron libri duo. Antwerp: officina Christophor Plantin, 1581. 8° (178 x 112mm). Collation: A-O8 P4. 7-line errata at back. Woodcut Plantin device on title. Diagrams and staves of music, 22pp. of sheet-music at back. (Small rust-hole in F1 with resultant loss of three characters.) 18th-century speckled calf gilt, spine in six compartments with raised bands, lettered in one, the uppermost with onlaid red morocco panel tooled with elephant crest. Provenance: Sir Andrew Fountaine (binding).
Juan de BORJA. Emblemata Moralia. Translated into Latin from Spanish by L.Camerarius. Berlin: U.Liepert for J.M.Rudiger, 1697. 4° (190 x 150mm). Engraved title vignette, 100 circular engraved emblematic illustrations by (?)J.C.Schott. (Some light browning.) 18th-century mottled calf, covers panelled in blind, red morocco lettering-piece on spine (joints a trifle weak). Provenance: Sir Andrew Fountaine (stamp on front free endpaper). First edition in Latin. The work was originally published in Spanish in 1581. Praz p.27. (2)