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    Three Bound 18th Century Imprints including Michael Lilienthal's De Machiavellismo Literario published in 1713, 184 pages, index; Daniel Friedrich Jahn's De Doctoribus Umbraticis, published in 1720, 139 pages, index; and Johannes Walthers Certaminibus Ingenii Maxime Inter Gentes, 1720, 134 pages. The imprints have been bound in a 19th Century binding with marbled boards, leather spine label with gilt titles, 4" x 6.5", with some shelf wear at the edges, spine and corners of the boards, else the contents are sound with some modest foxing throughout.

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    April, 2007
    16th-17th Monday-Tuesday
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