Madrid: La Imprenta Real, 1787. Third Edition. Octavo, viii, 492 pages; G-; bound in full period vellum, general soiling, faded handwritten titling to spine; both front and rear gutters nearly detached; scattered and sparse marginalia; mild foxing, age-toning, and staining throughout; tide-marks along fore and lower edges, more prominent towards the later half of the book; endpapers creased and worn; Latin-Spanish parallel text in two columns, the original Latin text according to the Rome edition of 1564 and the Spanish text translated by Ignacio López de Ayala.; scarce; LM consignment; shelved case 3.
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London: Printed by John W. Folsom, for E. Larkin; Printed by J. W. Folsom, for J. Boyle, and D. West, and E. Larkin, 1789. Thick 10mo., 317, , 265, xii; Fair; bound in early full calf, significant rubbing and wear to boards, cracking and chipping to spine, rear board detached; gutter open in several spots; contemporary names on front pastedown, rear endpapers; age-toning and mild foxing to interior; both parts have separate title pages; some chipping to edges of first title page; LM consignment; shelved case 4.
Oxford: John Baskett / T. Wood and S. Palmer, 1719/1723. Thick Small Quarto, unpaginated; VG; bound in contemporary brown leather, paneled spine with no lettering; boards diced; moderate rubbing and wear to binding; some margins cute close but without loss to text; 6 lines of ink writing to verso of ffep; mild age-toning to pages; The Book of Common Prayer: Printed by John Baskett in 1719, The Holy Bible: Printed by John Baskett in 1723, The Whole Book of Psalms: Printed by T. Wood and S. Palmer in 1723; EH consignment; Case 4.
Leipzig: Friedrich Arnsts, 1685. Thick Square Octavo, , 1675 pages, ; VG; bound in contemporary blind-tooled brown leather, paneled spine with no lettering, newly rebacked with spine preserved; moderate chipping to head and tail of spine, cracking primarily to front hinge, mild rubbing to corners, boards; portrait frontispiece; title page in red and black; bookworm damage to the fore edge of 7 leaves; EH consignment; shelved case 4.
[London]: [Day & Son], . Folio; VG; bound in publisher's original full elaborately embossed calf over wooden boards, beveled edges; all edges gilt; mild wear and rubbing primarily to head and tail of spine, corners; printed on 53 beautiful chromolithographic leaves on heavy cream stock in three reds, three blues, gold and black, each page featuring different borders; tissue-guards between about half the leaves; heavy; TP consignment; shelved above mythology.
Basileæ: In officina Frobeniana, 1542. Folio, , 816 pages,  pages index; VG; bound in contemporary full vellum, paneled spine with faded ink lettering to head of spine, full tooling to boards, partial beveling to edges; bound with two clasps, majority of lower clasp missing, upper clasp present; slight scraping to text block from clasp; woodcut printer's device on title page and verso of final leaf; woodcut initials; colophon on verso of final leaf; text in Latin with sections in Greek; wide margins; no bookplates or previous owners markings; index in rear; This edition is part 2 of "Nouum Testamentum iam quintum ac postremum accuratissima cura recognitum à Des. Erasmo Roterodamo cum annotationibus ... Basileae, 1541 [1542 - cf. colophon].; consignment; shelved case 4.
Wittenburgii [Wittenberg]: Ioannem Gronenberg [Rhau-Grunenberg, Johann], 1508. First Edition. Quarto, 28 leaves; Near Fine; bound in marbled paper-covered boards; lacking leaves dd/ee and ff/gg; title page printed in black and red; small black ink stain to pages B/C; minor tide-marks to the fore and upper edges; wide margins; sticker with '809' on front cover; Per colophon: (Impressum Wittenburgii per Ioannem || Gronenberg. Anno M.D.VIII. || III Kalendas Ianua: ||); last leaf printed with Hebrew and Greek.; extremely scarce; PD consignment; shelved case 4.
Witebergae [Wittenberg]: 1531. First Edition. Small quarto (7.125 x 5.5 inches; 182 x 140 mm.).  leaves. Signatures: A-E4 F6 G² h4 I-N4 O² P-2V4(-2V4, blank). Bound without blank leaf 2V4; 2A2 signed "A2." Printer and date of publication from colophon on 2V3 recto. Apologia Confessionis has separate title-page (G1 recto), with "Emenda" beneath the title. Decorative and historiated woodcut initials. Later quarter calf with black paper-covered boards; all edges trimmed and stained blackish-blue; plain endpapers, double-flyleaves at front, single at the rear. Front board detached but for single string at bottom; calf mostly gone; edges worn; corners softened; scuffing to boards; loose electrical tape affixed to bottom of rear board, curling over spine. Front free endpaper and first flyleaf completely detached. Repairs to inner hinges; label pulled up from front pastedown. Split between gatherings V and Z, starting between leaves 2T3 and 2T4, 2V2 and 2V3. Minor thumbsoiling scattered throughout text; some toning; occasional foxing. Text very good in just good binding. Housed in custom black cloth clamshell with red spine label stamped in gilt. [Augsburg Confession]. Confessio fidei exhibita invictiss. Imp. Carolo V. Caesari Aug. in Comiciis Augustae, Anno M. D. XXX. Addita est Apologia Confessionis [by Philipp Melancthon]. Beide, Deudsch und Latinisch. Wittenberg: [Impressum per Georgium Rhau, 1531]. First edition of the Augsburg Confession, containing the Latin texts of the Confessio and Melanchton's Apologia. Although the title-page states that it contains both the Latin and German texts, this first edition contains Latin text only (the German translation by Justus Jonas was added slightly later). Catalog entry tipped to front pastedown from "J. J. Lentnersche Hofbuchhandlung (E. Stahl), München," "Lager-Katalog Nr. 8." Annotations throughout the text in at least two, possibly as many as four different hands, including a couple of manicules. Several early ink ownership inscriptions on the title-page, the earliest that of "Theodorus Backhusius Possessor," who was pastor at Oldenberg (d. 1625); followed by "Vogt 1735," "JFG Olbers 1766" and "H. Meere." Recto of front free endpaper bears ink manuscript notes that seem to be from nineteenth-century New Testament commentator H. A. W. Meyer [Heinrich August Wilhelm Meyer (1800-1873)], dated 1868; verso with additional notes, signed by his son "Professor Dr. [Gustav] Meyer," dated "7 Januar 1883." Bookseller's ticket of Schaeffer & Koradi, Philadelphia. Neuser, Bibliographie, 8. See VD16 C 4734 and C 4735. Sold together with a copy of Neuser's Bibliographie der Confessio Augustana und Apologie, 1530-1580. Nieuwkoop: De Graaf Publishers, 1987.; BK consignment; shelved case 3.