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What is in there? don’t judge a book by its title page?

This is a very common looking book from the outside, it was probably bound in the in the low countries  in the seventeenth century. It doesn't tell me much more, but that is a start. Finding and buying books, as... Continue Reading →

Corpus juris canonici, a 1661 Edition.

After the last linked post, I decided to to put this one on, it is a venerable and useable copy which would be a great place to start your Law book collection! 179g    Lancelotti, Giovanni Paolo.    1511-1591       Corpus juris canonici emendatum et notis... Continue Reading →

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