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Henricus de Herpf (c. 1410-1477) Sermones de tempore et de sanctis.   Speyer: Peter Drach, [after 17 January 1484, not after 1486] sold Folio: 31.4 x 21.5 cm. 428 leaves, 48 lines, two columns. Collation: “1”8, “2”10, a-m8, n6, o-p8,... Continue Reading →

The truth about Templars!! Chronicon militaris ordinis equitum Templariorum

Every once in a while, I buy and sell a book printed after 1700. This Templar Chronicle is one of them. This book gives not just a chronology but also exact copies of the Papal Bulls, and ordinances of the... Continue Reading →

  When I look for books, or rather as I look for books, it seems as though I am always looking at books, book descriptions, bibliographies or reading histories of ideas, I look for authors and titles, which I have... Continue Reading →

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