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    Jan de Bisschop. Paradigmata Graphices variorum Artificum. Hagae-Comitis: 1671. Two volumes.

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    Jan de Bisschop. Paradigmata Graphices variorum Artificum. Hagae-Comitis: 1671.

    One work in two folio volumes. Approximately 12 x 7.5 inches. 106 engraved plates (first plate of the second volume is unnumbered and bears the legend "Signorum Veterum Icones"). Full calf with gilt ruled borders, six raised spine bands with gilt decorations in compartments. Bindings rubbed and soiled, crazed and chipped. First volume missing bottom compartment, gilt on spine chipped and worn. Cracked joints and hinges. Bookseller's notes on front endpapers and on title page. Title page and first few pages coming loose. First volume with trimmed holograph ink writing on last few plates and two loose plates. Edge wear, few small tears, creases, and occasional foxing, smudging or soiling. Very good candidate for re-binding.

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