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Book Description

It was during the period prior to the English Civil War that Thomas Hobbes wrote De Cive ('On the Citizen'). There are three parts: Libertas (On Liberty), Imperium (On Dominion) , Religio (On Religion) .
Dealer Notes
Condition very good. Leather boards blind stamped patterns, bumping to corners, marking through use, rebacked spine (tapes to endpapers), upper board held firmly by cords(see image), lower hinge holding well, text block very firm, one annotation and small spill on the margin.
Author Thomas Hobbes
Date 1669
Binding Leather boards and spine, with three raised bands, compartments, title lacking
Publisher Danielem Elzevirium
Condition Very good.
Pages [36] 403 [4]

Price: £330.00

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