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    Ioanne Brentio [John Brentio]. In Evangelion, quod inscribitur, secundum Lucam, duodecim priora capita, Homiliae centum & decem... Francoforti: [N.p.], 1557. Contemporary full embossed pigskin. Banded spine. Two metal clasps, one of which is damaged. Inkstamp "M" on lower corner of title page. Severe rubbing, staining, soiling, and wear to extremities. Large loss on covers. Textblock cockled. Dampstaining, darkening, and chipping and wear on edges. Ink annotation on front pastedown. Large closed tear on ffep. Toning, thumbsoiling, scattered foxing, dampstaining, and occasional ink marks and annotation. Worming in first half of textblock, affecting text. Fair.

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    May, 2015
    28th Thursday
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