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Book Description

Small 8vo, 4 x 6 inches, Title page + 212 pp. bound in full vellum with title to spine in ink. Original green woven book-marker is still present
Dealer Notes
Hans Schade was a Danish diplomat in Polish service. He entered the diplomatic service in 1696, being nominated this year as a Polish resident in Amsterdam, where his father-in-law, Professor Marcus Meibom, had settled. He was born in 1671 in Roskilde, Denmark and died 1703 in Copenhagen, after being stabbed by Burchard von Suhm. The author may be De Schade’s sister-in-law Anna Meibom, who published a detailed presentation of his life and death.
Author ANON
Date 1713
Publisher Chez la veuve Voskuyl.
Condition The binding is beautifully preserved and the text is crisp and clean. A rare book.

Price: £500.00

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