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Lot 187: CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106BC - 43BC). Orationes Ex recensione Ioannis Georgii Graevii. Amsterdam: Ioannis Blaeu, [1695-99]. 3 volumes of 2 parts each, 8vo. Roman and Italic letter, printed notes in double columns below; printer’s woodcut device on title-pages representing an armillary sphere, foliated initials and decorative tailpieces, 1 full page plate in good impression (Light age yellowing, occasional spotting or staining, some light browning). Contemporary vellum over boards, edges sprinkled red (slightly soiled). A distinguished edition of one of the most widely read works throughout the history of Europe, edited by the German scholar Johann Georg Graevius (1632-1703), including Graevius’ dedicatory epistle to the Prince Ludovico Ludovisi, Duke of Burgundy, recalling the glory of the Holy Roman Empire and the models of ancient eloquence; a preface to the reader with an overview featuring the work and his contributors; notes by Paolo Manuzio, Carlo Sigonio and others. Shelf marks in early hand to verso of front free endpapers. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.  (6).

Printed Books and Manuscripts

by Chiswick Auctions

March 22, 2017

Acton, London, United Kingdom

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  • CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106BC - 43BC). Orationes Ex recensione Ioannis Georgii Graevii. Amsterdam: Ioannis Blaeu, [1695-99]. 3 volumes of 2 parts each, 8vo. Roman and Italic letter, printed notes in double columns below; printer’s woodcut device on title-pages representing an armillary sphere, foliated initials and decorative tailpieces, 1 full page plate in good impression (Light age yellowing, occasional spotting or staining, some light browning). Contemporary vellum over boards, edges sprinkled red (slightly soiled). A distinguished edition of one of the most widely read works throughout the history of Europe, edited by the German scholar Johann Georg Graevius (1632-1703), including Graevius’ dedicatory epistle to the Prince Ludovico Ludovisi, Duke of Burgundy, recalling the glory of the Holy Roman Empire and the models of ancient eloquence; a preface to the reader with an overview featuring the work and his contributors; notes by Paolo Manuzio, Carlo Sigonio and others. Shelf marks in early hand to verso of front free endpapers. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.  (6).
  • CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106BC - 43BC). Orationes Ex recensione Ioannis Georgii Graevii. Amsterdam: Ioannis Blaeu, [1695-99]. 3 volumes of 2 parts each, 8vo. Roman and Italic letter, printed notes in double columns below; printer’s woodcut device on title-pages representing an armillary sphere, foliated initials and decorative tailpieces, 1 full page plate in good impression (Light age yellowing, occasional spotting or staining, some light browning). Contemporary vellum over boards, edges sprinkled red (slightly soiled). A distinguished edition of one of the most widely read works throughout the history of Europe, edited by the German scholar Johann Georg Graevius (1632-1703), including Graevius’ dedicatory epistle to the Prince Ludovico Ludovisi, Duke of Burgundy, recalling the glory of the Holy Roman Empire and the models of ancient eloquence; a preface to the reader with an overview featuring the work and his contributors; notes by Paolo Manuzio, Carlo Sigonio and others. Shelf marks in early hand to verso of front free endpapers. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.  (6).
  • CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106BC - 43BC). Orationes Ex recensione Ioannis Georgii Graevii. Amsterdam: Ioannis Blaeu, [1695-99]. 3 volumes of 2 parts each, 8vo. Roman and Italic letter, printed notes in double columns below; printer’s woodcut device on title-pages representing an armillary sphere, foliated initials and decorative tailpieces, 1 full page plate in good impression (Light age yellowing, occasional spotting or staining, some light browning). Contemporary vellum over boards, edges sprinkled red (slightly soiled). A distinguished edition of one of the most widely read works throughout the history of Europe, edited by the German scholar Johann Georg Graevius (1632-1703), including Graevius’ dedicatory epistle to the Prince Ludovico Ludovisi, Duke of Burgundy, recalling the glory of the Holy Roman Empire and the models of ancient eloquence; a preface to the reader with an overview featuring the work and his contributors; notes by Paolo Manuzio, Carlo Sigonio and others. Shelf marks in early hand to verso of front free endpapers. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.  (6).
  • CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106BC - 43BC). Orationes Ex recensione Ioannis Georgii Graevii. Amsterdam: Ioannis Blaeu, [1695-99]. 3 volumes of 2 parts each, 8vo. Roman and Italic letter, printed notes in double columns below; printer’s woodcut device on title-pages representing an armillary sphere, foliated initials and decorative tailpieces, 1 full page plate in good impression (Light age yellowing, occasional spotting or staining, some light browning). Contemporary vellum over boards, edges sprinkled red (slightly soiled). A distinguished edition of one of the most widely read works throughout the history of Europe, edited by the German scholar Johann Georg Graevius (1632-1703), including Graevius’ dedicatory epistle to the Prince Ludovico Ludovisi, Duke of Burgundy, recalling the glory of the Holy Roman Empire and the models of ancient eloquence; a preface to the reader with an overview featuring the work and his contributors; notes by Paolo Manuzio, Carlo Sigonio and others. Shelf marks in early hand to verso of front free endpapers. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.  (6).
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Description: CICERO, Marcus Tullius (106BC - 43BC). Orationes Ex recensione Ioannis Georgii Graevii. Amsterdam: Ioannis Blaeu, [1695-99]. 3 volumes of 2 parts each, 8vo. Roman and Italic letter, printed notes in double columns below; printer’s woodcut device on title-pages representing an armillary sphere, foliated initials and decorative tailpieces, 1 full page plate in good impression (Light age yellowing, occasional spotting or staining, some light browning). Contemporary vellum over boards, edges sprinkled red (slightly soiled). A distinguished edition of one of the most widely read works throughout the history of Europe, edited by the German scholar Johann Georg Graevius (1632-1703), including Graevius’ dedicatory epistle to the Prince Ludovico Ludovisi, Duke of Burgundy, recalling the glory of the Holy Roman Empire and the models of ancient eloquence; a preface to the reader with an overview featuring the work and his contributors; notes by Paolo Manuzio, Carlo Sigonio and others. Shelf marks in early hand to verso of front free endpapers. FIRST EDITION. SCARCE.  (6).

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