London, South Kensington
25 October 2007
DUMONT, Jean, Baron de Carlscroon (d.1726). Corps universel diplomatique du droit des gens; contenant un recueil des traitez d'alliance, de paix, de treve ... depuis ... Charlemagne jusques à présent. Amsterdam and The Hague: P. Brunel [and others], 1726-31. 8 volumes. Titles printed in red and black, engraved frontispiece in vol.I, half-title in vol.I (browning, staining and spotting). Contemporary Dutch calf gilt (worn, several covers detached). Provenance: C.T. Spring Rice (armorial bookplate).
DUMONT, Jean. Supplément au Corps universel diplomatique. Ibid., 1739. 5 volumes. Same engraved frontpispiece in vol.I, half-titles. Binding and provenance uniform with the above (rebacked). Together 13 volumes, 2° (396 x 246mm). The lot sold not subject to return. (13)
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