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The terrestrial globe inscribed CRUCHLEYS/(LATE CARY’S)/ NEW/ TERRESTRIAL GLOBE/ FROM THE MOST RECENT AUTHORITIES/ EXHIBITING THE LATEST DISCOVERIES TOWARDS THE/ NORTH POLE/ AND THE NEW SETTLEMENTS & DIVISIONS OF/ AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND/ CALIFORNIA, TEXAS & c./ London/ G.F. CRUCHLEY. MAP-SELLER, GLOBE MAKER & PUBLISHER./ 81, FLEET STREET./ Additions to 1839. The celestial globe inscribed CRUCHLEY’S/ [...]

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(10) 818 p. H. 15 x W. 8,5 cm. Finely bound in highly elaborate panelled plum morocco gilt by Corfmat incorporating red, tan and green morocco onlays and monogram [?]”C.B.” stamped on covers, “Rel. Par. Corfmat” stamped in gilt on spine, doublures, red watered silk endpapers, gilt edges (upper inner hinges split, but silk cords [...]

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(40) 634 (30) p. Contemporary red velvet over boards with metal clasps and gilt-edged text block, gauffered with a colored floral design, 16° 7,5 x 4,8 x 4 cm. (lacks pp. 57-58, a small part of velvet faded and a little loose, some light spotting and staining.) Miniature edition of this German prayer book, considered [...]

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(gegraveerde titelpagina) 99 folia, z.p., 38 p. Origineel Leer met ribben, goudbestempeld, met goud op snede boekblok, 8° (zijkanten kneep deskundig gerestaureerd. De titelpagina van de Psalmen is rechtsboven gerepareerd, de ontbrekende tekst is vervangen in handschrift.) Fraaie, en onbekende uitgave van het Nieuwe Testament in Statenvertaling. Aantrekkelijke band gebonden in bruin leer, rijkelijk versierd [...]

Exceptional fine binding, 12° H. 15 x W. 8,5 cm. without pagination. (Clasps are missing, corners trifle worn.) The lavishly gilt overall pattern on both covers, mainly consisting of pointillé-stamps and drawer-handle tools, richly gilt spine with 6 compartments with floral motif and raised bands. This kind of binding is often attributed to Magnus as [...]

(titelprent, 6) 522 (16) p. Origineel Perkament, 4° (Vernieuwde schutbladen, ontbreekt 1 pag. van de voorrede, vochtvlekkig.) Weinig voorkomend werk van Lucas van Groenewoud, gestorven in 1726. Hij was krkankenbezoeker in Leiden.