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    [Featured Lot] Origen[es]; Celsus; St. Gregory of Nazianzus & St. Basil, Bishop of Caesarea. [Greek Title:] Contra Celsum Libri Octo. Eiusdem Philocalia. [Including with separate title] Origenis Philocalia De Obscuris Sacre Scripturae locis...edited by Jean Tarin. Cambridge: William Morden for John Field, 1658. 4to. 228 x175 mm. *4, A-4O4, [a]-[c]4,[d]2. [12],428,[2 blank],[6],110,[2],98,[38]pp. Contemp. reversed calf decorated with blind rues & fluerons, rebacked in calf, gilt decoration to spine, green leather title label; repairs to outer corners of first gathering; some foxing and minor stains. First Greek Edition published in England. From the Krown & Spellman Collection.
    Krown & Spellman retail: $800

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    October, 2014
    2nd Thursday
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