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Book Description
Two volumes in One. [16], 862, [50] p., 2 l., [2], 3-224 p., 14 leaves of plates (8 folded) : ill., maps, port. Original Vellum. Lacks title-page to Vol I. Both boards have two doubled ruled borders in gilt, armorial design in gilt at the centre of both panels. The spine has 5 double ruled compartments in gilt, a gilt rose in the bottom 4, gilt titling in the top compartment. Some bumping, marking & discolouration, more so to the spine. The bottom right hinge is split up-to the 2nd compartment, slight loss. Page block edges soiled. Pastedown is loose, initials of P.J.F. Page edges tanned, some spotting. Extensive footnotes with references.
Dealer Notes
Text - Latin
These commentaries are Julius Caesar’s first hand account of the Gallic Wars.
Author Caesar, Julius
Date 1713
Binding Vellum
Publisher Lugduni Batavorum: Apud vid. C. Boutesteyn & S. Luchtmans, Delphis, Apud Adrianum Beman. 1713
Condition Good

Price: £275.00

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