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LA SEMAINE SAINTE A SEVILLE

By Tharaud, J. J

Collection Les Panathenees aux Editions Lapina, 1927. Hardcover. Small 8vo. Bound in half morocco over decorative paper-covered boards, titles gilt in orange morocco onlays to spine, top edges gilt, original wraps bound in. 83 pp. Text in French. Limited edition, this is number 435 of 1000 copies (numbered 101 to 1100) printed on Rives paper. Two page manuscript facsimile bound in at front after title page. Some light rubbing to leather at joints. Toning to original covers. Facsimile manuscript with small closed tears at the bottom where they are bound in. Overall very good with faults as noted.

$150.00

HISTORY OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS MISSION: A HEATHEN NATION EVANGELIZED

By Anderson, Rufus

Congregational Publishing Society, 1870. Hardcover. First edition. 8vo. Half calf over marbled paper-covered boards, series title gilt on a black calf onlay, title onlay lacking, all edges marbled. xxiv, 408 pp. Illustrated with frontispiece and a map of the islands. From the MISSIONS OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS series. Rubbing to head, heel, corners, and joints. Some darkening to the backstrip, with some small cracks in the leather. Title onlay lacking. Offsetting from frontispiece to title page; light foxing to frontispiece and map. Very good.

$275.00

LE CHIESE PARROCCHIALI DELLA DIOCESI DI BOLOGNA RITRATTE E DESCRITTE

By N/A

Forni Editore, 1971. Hardcover. Facsimile of the 1844 edition. Limited edition, number 57 of 350. Four volume set. 8vo. Half leather over decorative paper-covered boards. Unpaginated. B/w illustrations. Text in Italian. Light shelfwear. Some light rubbing to leather, particularly at the hinges. There is a small (approximately a quarter-inch) dent/scrape to the rear backstrip of volume III. Light foxing to edges. Very good.

$350.00

MANNA ANIME SEU EXERCITIUM FACILE SIMUL ET FRUCTUOSUM ILLIS, QUI QUOQUO MODO VACARE ORATIONI DESIDERANT

By Segneri, Paulo (The Elder)

Joannis Caspari Bencard, 1699. Hardcover. 4to. Stiff vellum over boards. 1,015 pp. plus indices. Old late 19th or early 20th century paper library label at heel of spine; vellum is age darkened to a medium yellow with occasional darker patches from the oils of many hands. Library stamps of the Cappuchin monastery in Harlem, New York on front pastedown endpaper and on title page. Old bookshop advertisement and pricelist pasted in at front pastedown endpaper; a few notes pencilled on front and rear pastedowns. Binding is original but lacks metal clasps on rear board. Light uniform toning to paper not affecting legibility of the text. Overall a very good copy of this work by the famed Italian orator Paulo Segneri the Elder, (1624-1694). "After Saint Bernardine of Sienna and Savanarola, Segneri was Italy's greatest orator. He reformed the Italian pulpit." (John C. Reville, THE CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA, volume XIII (1912) Robert Appleton Company.)

$650.00