London, South Kensington
16 February 2001
PETAU, Denis. Opus de theologicis dogmatibus, auctius in hac nova editione, Antwerp: G. Gallet, 1700. 6 volumes bound in 3, 2° (390 x 235mm.), half titles, 6 titles printed in red and black with engraved illustrations, contemporary vellum, covers ruled in blind with central stamped lozenge, spines with raised bands and red morocco lettering-pieces (faint waterstain on upper cover of the first vol., some light staining and scuffing), bookplate (3). Brunet IV, 527/528: "bonne édition de cet ouvrage estimé".
Part of this work can be seen amongst the bindings illustrated on the front cover of this catalogue. (3)
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