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    Guillaume Pepin. Opusculum Reverendi patris fratris Guillermi Pepin, sacre Theologie professoris... Paris: Claude Chevallon, 1534. Second edition. Octavo. [216] leaves. Printer's device on title page, large and small decorated initials. Contemporary vellum, rippled with few stains, small chip in lower edge front cover, ties lacking, ink title at head of spine, paper label also with ink title; fore-edge stain with very minor paper loss to the page edges, "Resid. Tolos. S.J." bookplate on front pastedown, small bookseller and previous owner's notes on front free endpaper and rear pastedown, neat ex-libris inscription on title page, small chips and holes to lower margin of title page, not affecting text, pages cockled, otherwise a very good copy. From the Franklin V. Spellman collection of books published by French printer Charlotte Guillard and her associates.

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