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    Davide Blondello. Genealogicae Francicae... [Bound With:] Barrum Campano-Francicum... Amsterdam, [1652, 1654]. First editions. Three volumes in one. Very good.

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    Three quarto volumes in one. [i-lxxxi], [13, Index], [2, errata, corrigenda], [i]; [x], [2, errata], 439, 450 (actually 440), cxxx, [6, Index]; [viii], 109, [ii] pages. With three maps by Blaeu. And with several genealogical tables in each volume, several folding. Complete. Bound in near contemporary full mottled calf, spine tooled in gilt in compartments, six raised bands, burgundy gilt morocco lettering label. Rebacked, preserving original spine. Binding with some wear and chipping, some toning and occasional foxing or soiling in text. Rear free endpaper lacking upper corner. Very good.

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    April, 2016
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