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‎(WADE, JOHN). - [THE BIBLE OF THE REFORMERS]‎

Reference : 57921

‎The Black Book vol. (I) + II. I.e.:<br><br>The Black Book; or, Corruption Unmasked! Being an Account of Places, Pensions, and Sinecures, the Revenues of the Clergy and Landed Aristocracy; The Salaries and Emoluments in Courts of Justice and the Police Department; The Expenditure of the Civil List; The Amount and Application of the Droits of the Crown and Admiralty; The Robbery of Charitable Foundations; The Profits of the Bank of England, arising from the Issue of its Notes, Balances of Public Money, Management of the Borough Debt, and other Sources of Emolument; The Debt, Revenue, and Influence of the East-India Company; The State of the Finances, Debt, and Sinking-Fund. To which is added...: the whole forming a complete Exposition of the Cost, Influence, Patronage, and Corruption of the Borough Government.<br>+ <br>The Black Book. Supplement to the Black Book; Corruption Unmasked!! Vol. II.‎

‎London, 1820 + 1823. 8vo. Completely uncut in the original black paper bindings. Rebacked with black paper and new printed paper title-labels. Corners bumped and some overall wear. Inner hinges re-enforced. Armorial bookplate of John Edwards to inside of front boards and his owership singnature to top of both title-pages. Occasional light brownspotting. (4), 480 + IV, 426 pp + 1 f. advertisements. First edition of the seminal "Black Book", also known as "Bible of the Reformers", together with the very rare compendium, also known as volume II, which is almost never present. <br><br>The aim of the "Black Book", written and published in the midst of the political Reform-struggle, was to investigate and expose the Government as well as its main supporters, namely the five corporations: the Church, the Agriculturists, the Boroughs, the East-India Company, and the Bank. As such, it played an enormous rôle in the constitutional struggle that England was undergoing at the time and in the struggle for both monarchy and democracy to survive. <br><br>"At the turn of the eighteenth century both houses of Parliament were largely composed of aristocrats and landowners. The growth of industry, vastly accelerated by the needs of the Napoleonic wars, had shaken the traditional agrarian communities, and with them the old structure of class dependence. When the war was over, the financial burden it left, coupled with the government's attempts to re-establish the old system by the introduction of restrictive measures designed to protect the agricultural classes by increasing the price of food, caused widespread unemployment. Near-starving factory workmen - the Luddites - wandered about the country smashing the machinery which they wrongly regarded as the immediate cause of their misfortunes. <br>The government still remained blind to the real causes of discontent in 1819 an armed clash came. A vast Reform meeting was held in Manchester; troops were ordered to disperse it, and arrest the agitators; six people were killed and many injured. The "Manchester Massacre" gave a great impetus to the Reform movement. The government met it with the "Six Acts" for its further repression. The country seemed poised on the brink of revolution.<br>The root of the matter lay in the unequal electorial representation in Paliament. Densely populated industrial areas remained without representation while the "rotten boroughs" returned one or more members representing a minute electorate. Disinterested members of both parties had been pressing for Reform since the eighteenth century, but it was not until 1821 that the Whig party, in opposition, began the concerted drive which resulted in the passing of the Reform Bill of 1832<br>The long struggle was conducted through a mass of printed matter, which the press, just beginning its own industrial revolution, strove to provide. The "Bible of the Reformers" was the "Black Book" a massive compendium of all the abuses, electoral, ecclesiastical, legal, which they sought to abolish. It was first published in 1820 and passed through edition after edition, continually augmented with new arguments, new reports of abuses and new statistics." (PMM, pp. 179-80).<br><br><br>(PMM 296 being the 1831-edition).‎


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‎[HOLBACH, PAUL HENRY THIRY, BARON D']. MIRABAUD (Pseud.). - [THE BIBLE OF MATERIALISM - PMM 215]‎

Reference : 38822

‎Systême de la Nature. Ou Des Loix du Monde Physique & du Monde Moral. 2 Parties.‎

‎London [recte: Amsterdam, M.M. Rey], 1770. 8vo. Bound in two beautiful contemporary uniform full mottled calf bindings w. 5 raised bands to richly gilt back; title- and tome-labels in red and green. Crcak to front- and back-hinges at top and bottom, but still tight. A bit of wear w. minor loss to capitals. Internally fresh, fine and clean with only a few brownspotted leaves. Ex libris to inside of front boards: Bibliothêque de Me Le Cte Frédéric de Pourtales. (12), 370; (4), 412 pp. The rare first edition, first issue, of d'Holbach's main work, the main work of materialism, and one of the most important works of natural philosophy. <br><br>D'Holbach (1723-1789), who was raised by a wealthy uncle, whom he inherited, together with his title of Baron, in 1753, maintained one of the most famous salons in Paris. This salon became the social and intellectual centre for the Encyclopédie, which was edited by Diderot and d'Alembert, whom he became closely connected with. D'Holbach himself also contributed decisively to the Encyclopédie, with at least 400 signed contributions, and probably as many unsigned, between 1752 and 1765. The "Côterie holbachique" or "the café of Europe", as the salon was known, attracted the most brilliant scientists, philosophers, writers and artists of the time (e.g. Diderot, d'Alembert, Helvetius, Voltaire, Hume, Sterne etc, etc.), and it became one of the most important gathering-places for the exchange of philosophical, scientific and political views under the "ancient régime". Apart from developing several foundational theories of seminal scientific and philosophical value, D'Holbach became known as one of the most skilled propagators and popularizers of scientific and philosophical ideas, promoting scientific progress and spreading philosophical ideas in a new and highly effective manner. <br><br>D'Holbach was himself the most audacious philosophe of this circle. During the 1760's he caused numerous anticlerical tracts (written in large, but not entirely, by himself) to be clandestinely printed abroad and illegally circulated in France. His philosophical masterpiece, the "Système de la nature, ou des lois du monde physique et du monde moral", a methodological and intransigent affirmation of materialism and atheism, appeared anonymously in 1770." (D.S.B. VI:468).<br><br>As the theories of his main work were at least as anticlerical and unaccepted as those of his smaller tracts, and on top of that so well presented and so convincing, it would have been dangerous for him to print the "Système de la Nature" under his own name, and even under the name of the city or printer. Thus, the work appeared pseudonomously under the name of the secretary of the Académie Francaise, J.B. Mirabaud, who had died 10 years earlier, and under a fictive place of printing, namely London instead of Amsterdam. "He could not publish safely under his own name, but had the ingenious idea of using the names of recently dead French authors. Thus, in 1770, his most famous book, "The System of Nature", appeared under the name Jean-Baptiste Mirabaud." (PMM 215).<br><br>In his main work, the monumental "Système de la Nature", d'Holbach presented that which was to become one of the most influential philosophical theories of the time, combined with and based on a complex of advanced scientific thought. In the present work he postulated materialism, and that on the basis of science and empiricism, on the basis of his elaborate picture of the universe as a self-created and self-creating entity that is constituted by material elements that each possess specific energies. He concludes, on the basis of empiricism and the positive truths that the science of his time had attained, that ideas such as God, immortality, creation etc. must be either contradictory or futile, and as such, his materialism naturally also propounded atheism, and his theory of the universe showed that nature is the product of matter (eternally in motion and arranged in accordance with mechanical laws), and that reality is nothing but nature.<br><br>The work had a sensational impact. For the first time, philosophical materialism is presented in an actual system, a fact which became essential to the influence and spreading of this atheistic scientific-philosophical strand. D'Holbach had created a work that dared unite the essence of all the essential material of the English and French Enlightenment and incorporate it into a closed materialistic system; and on the basis of a completely materialistic and atheistic foundation, he provided the modern world with a moral and ethic philosophy. The effects of the work were tremendous, and the consequences of its success were immeasurable, thus, already in the year of its publication, the work was condemned to burning by the Parisian parliament, making the first edition of the work a great scarcity. <br><br>In spite of its condemnation, and in spite of the reluctance of contemporary writers to acknowledge the work as dangerous (as Goethe said in "Dichtung und Wahrheit": "Wir begriffen nicht, wie ein solches Buch gefährlich sein könnte. Es kam uns so grau, so todtenhaft vor"), the "Systême de la Nature" and d'Holbach's materialism continued its influence on philosophic, political and scientific thought. In fact, it was this materialism that for Marx became the social basis of communism.<br><br>"In the "Système" Holbach rejected the Cartesian mind-body dualism and attempted to explain all phenomena, physical and mental, in terms of matter in motion. He derived the moral and intellectual faculties from man's sensibility to impressions made by the external world, and saw human actions as entirely determined by pleasure and pain. He continued his direct attack on religion by attempting to show that it derived entirely from habit and custom. But the Systeme was not a negative or destructive book: Holbach rejected religion because he saw it as a wholly harmful influence, and he tried to supply a more desirable alternative. "(Printing and the Mind of Man, 215).<br><br>"In keeping with such a naturalistic conception of tings, d'Holbach outlined an anticreationalist cosmology and a nondiluvian geology. He proposed a transformistic hypothesis regarding the origins of the animal species, including man, and described the successive changes, or new emergences, of organic beings as a function of ecology, that is, of the geological transformation of the earth itself and of its life-sustaining environment. While all this remained admittedly on the level of vague conjecture, the relative originality and long-term promise of such a hypothesis -which had previously been broached only by maillet, Maupertuis, and Diderot- were of genuine importance to the history of science. Furthermore, inasmuch as the principles of d'Holbach's mechanistic philosophy ruled out any fundamental distinction between living an nonliving aggregates of matter, his biology took basic issue with both the animism and the vitalism current among his contemporaries...This closely knit scheme of theories and hypotheses served not merely to liberate eighteenth-century science from various theological and metaphysical empediments, but it also anticipated several of the major directions in which more than one science was later to evolve. Notwithstanding suchprecursors as Hobbes, La Mttrie, and Diderot, d'Holbach was perhaps the first to argue unequivocally and uncompromisingly that the only philosophical attitude consistent with modern science must be at once naturalistic and antisupernatural." (D.S.B. VI:469).‎


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‎BIBLE. - [THE NEW TESTAMENT IN ARMENIAN]‎

Reference : 56725

‎Girg srbo avetaranin tyarn mero yev prkchin hisusi qristosi [i.e. Armenian "The Books of the Gospels of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ"].‎

‎Venice, Michelangelo Barboni for Voskan Agulets'i, 1685. 4to (180 x 133mm.). Contemporary Armenian-style binding of blind-tooled calf over thin wooden boards, rounded metal crosses on boards. Upper boards with coloured glass roundels inset. Two replacement long straps. A page of contemporary manuscript in Armenian at front, some soiling and damp-staining (particularly towards end). Small marginal hole in Ee1. Woodcut title-page and four full woodcut followed by four half-page headpieces. Numerous zoomorphic initials in text. 24 lines in double colums. (16), 430, (2) pp. Rare early printing of the Four Gospels in Armenian, printed in the pre-Mekhitarists period in Venice. Barboni printed a total of 12 works in Armenian from 1680 to 1690, comprising gospels, psalters and other liturgical and devotional works.<br>Early in the seventeenth century, as the Catholic church launched a campaign to bring Eastern Christians into its fold, a large number of books were required. To meet this demand, several Italian printing houses began to publish Armenian books. Despite the relative rise in printing in Armenian in this period all works are of the utmost scarcity today and many of them are virtually unobtainable. <br><br>In 1717, Manuk Petrosian Sebaastatsi, known as Mkhitar, was granted the island of San Lazzaro by the Venetian government and he and his congregation set up the Mkhitarist monastery that remains there today. They quickly became very active publishers, having their books printed for them by Antonio Bortoli in Venice. Books printed in Venice prior to the Mkhitar printing period are rarely seen on the market. <br><br>OCLC only listing one copy: The British Library (Incomplete. Wanting pp. 279, 280, 361-368, 377, 378, 383-386, and all after 388)<br>ICCU records another copy, at the Mekhitarist library on San Lazzaro, Venice‎


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‎BIBLIA -‎

Reference : 30805

‎The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacrements, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, according to the Use of the United Church of England and Ireland together with The Psalter and Psalms of David.‎

‎London, John Reeves, 1804. 12mo. Fine cont. full red longgrained morocco, richly gilt back, gilt borders on covers, inside gilt borders, edges gilt. Ca 500 pp.‎


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‎BIBLIA DANICA -‎

Reference : 48315

‎Biblia, det er: den ganske Hellige Skrifts Bøger, med Flid efterseete og rettede efter Grundtexten, saa og med mange Parallelsteder forsynede. Tyvende Oplag.‎

‎København, Kongelige Waisenhuses Forlag, 1845. Stor 8vo. Samtidigt hldrbd. Ryg intakt, men noget slidt. 1036,284 pp.‎


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Reference : 24340

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Reference : 17280

‎Bibelöversättningarna av år 1536. Utgivna av Gunnar Sjögren I-II. Dauids Psaltara. Salomos Ordspråk och Salomos Wijsheet.‎

‎Malmö, 1956. 2 pæne halvlærredsbind med smudsomslag. Samlingar utgivna av Svenska fornskriftsselskapet. Band 62, 1 & 62,2.‎


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‎BIBLIA -‎

Reference : 24375

‎Biblia Hebraica ad optimas Editiones imprimis Everandi van der Hooght ex Recensione Aug. Hahnii expressa. Praefatus est E.F. Car. Rosenmüller.‎

‎Leipzig, Tauschnitz, 1804. Small 8vo. Cont. full calf. Extremities a little rubbed. 1036 pp. Occasionally brownspotted.‎


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‎BIBLIA -‎

Reference : 19900

‎Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis juxta Exemplar Vaticanum. 3 vols. (I-II Veteris Testamenti. III Novum Testamentum).‎

‎Monasterii Westphaliae, 1824. Small 8vo. Bound in 3 fine recent hcalf. XXIV,(8),958,832,624 pp.‎


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‎BIBLIA -‎

Reference : 36398

‎Billed=Bibelen eller den ganske Hellige Skrifts Böger. Udgivet efter Overeenskomst med Vaisenhuset. Efter den autoriserede, nyreviderede Udgave af 1871.‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, Meyer & Trier, 1873-75. 4to. 2 samtidige hldrbd. med rygforgyldning. Hjørner lidt stødte. De første blade lidt løse, ellers ren og frisk indvendig. 3 litograferede titelblade. 1266,327,(3) pp. Talrige tekstillustrationer i træsnit og talrige plancher i litografi.‎


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Reference : 14280

‎Die Bibel, oder die ganze Heilige Schrift des Alten und neuen Testaments, nach der deutschen Uebersetzung D. Martin Luthers. Gedruckt in der Cansteinischen Bibel=Anstalt. De CCXXXIX. Auflage.‎

‎Halle, Waisenhause, 1783. Small 8vo. Very nice red full vellum, back faded. All edges gilt and tooled. Broad gilt borders on sides, gilt back. 1079,308,(4) pp. Fine condition.‎


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Reference : 24372

‎Die Bibel, oder die Ganze Heilige Schrift des alten und neuen Testaments, nach der deutschen Uebersetzung Martin Luthers. CXXXIX Auflage.‎

‎Halle, Cansteinischen Bibel=Anstalt, 1822. 8vo. Cont. full mottled calf. Gilt back. 14,1079,308,(4) pp.‎


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Reference : 34341

‎Hans Tausens Oversættelse af de Fem Mosebøger. Udgivet af det danke Sprog-og Litteraturselskab. Med Indledning af Bjørn Kornerup.‎

‎København, Levin og Munksgaard, 1932. Lille 8vo. Orig. hshirtbd. Ubeskåret. Faksimilen med træsnit i teksten.‎


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Reference : 21926

‎Septuaginta. Id est Vetus Testamentum Graece iuxta LXX interpretes, edidit Alfred Rahlfs. Editio sexta. 2 vols.‎

‎Stuttgart, (ca. 1950). 2 orig. full cloth. Clean copy. XLVIII, 1184, (2), 941, (2). Greek text. Vol.1: Leges et historiae. Vol.2: Libri poetici et prophetici.‎


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‎BIBLIA -‎

Reference : 22184

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‎BIBLIA - "KALKARS BILLEDBIBEL".‎

Reference : 47460

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‎BIBLIA - ALFRED RAHLFS (ED.).‎

Reference : 29735

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‎BIBLIA - BIBELN STOCKHOLM 1947‎

Reference : 43402

‎Gamla och Nya Testamentet de Kanoniske Böckerna enligt 1917 Års Översättning gillad och stadfäst av Konungen. Med Plancher efter gamla Mästare samt fyra Kartor.‎

‎Stockholm, Svenska Kyrkans Diakonistyrelses Bokförlag, (1947). 4to. (26,5 x 20,5 cm.). Indbundet i et meget smukt privat hellæderbind af dybrød maroquin med ophøjede bind på ryg. Forgyldt rygtitel. Forgyldte stregbordurer på permer, indvendig med bred forgyldt bordure., helt guldsnit. 1282,430 pp., plancher og 4 kort. Aldeles frisk eksemplar.‎


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‎BIBLIA - CONCORDANTIA‎

Reference : 54700

‎Concordantiae Majores sacrae Bibliae, summis vigiliis iam recens et castigate, et locupletate.‎

‎Lyon, Seb. Gryphim, 1535. 4to. Bound in a later full calf pastiche-binding in Cambridge-style, with elegant 'mirrors' to boards and blindstamped borders and decorations, spine with five raised bands, forming six compartments. Leather title-label with title in gilt lettering to spine. Spine miscoloured and several stains to boards. Stamp to front free end-paper and title-page. Annotation in contemporary hand to title-page and last leaf with woodcut-device depicting a griffin. Waterstain to inner margin, affecting lower part of first 10 and last 15 leaves. <br>a-z8, A-Z8, AA-BB8, CC10, aa-mm8, nn10. Rare second edition of this Latin Bible Concordance (the first being from 1529) from the printer Sebastian Gryphius. The present work being one of the first to use the griffin mark.‎


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‎BIBLIA - FAMILJEBIBELN STOCKHOLM 1963 -‎

Reference : 43404

‎Bibeln eller Den Heliga Skrift innehållande Gamla och Nya Testamentets Texter jämte de Apokryfiske Böckerna i Enlighet med den av Konungen gillade Översättningen av Åren 1917 och 1921.‎

‎Stockholm, Albert Bonniers Förlag, (1963). Folio. (35 x 26,5 cm). Originalt rødt hellæderbind med helt guldsnit, forgyldt rygtitel og stort forgyldt kors på forpermen. 1248 pp. samt bibelatlas med 18 kort. Talrige farveplancher. Forrest 8 blade, ubeskrevet men ment som Familjekrönioka. Rent, frisk eksemplar.‎


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‎BIBLIA - LINDQVIST, NATAN (UTG.).‎

Reference : 34103

‎Nya testamentet i Gustaf Vasas Bibel under jämförelse med texten av år 1526.‎

‎Stockholm, Diakonisstyrelses Bokförlag, (1941). Lille 4to. Orig. bogtrykte omslag. LI,842 pp., træsnit i teksten.‎


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Reference : 53038

‎The History of Joseph and his Brethren. Genesis Chaprs XXXVII. XXXVIII. XL.‎

‎London, Day & Son, (1865). Orig. full cloth, covers richly decorated in gold and with a framing in chromolithography. Rebacked to style with gilt lettering. Slightly rubbed. Chromolithographed title-page. 25 chromolithographed plates with chromolithographed text on verso. Last leaf verso: Illuminators Owen Jones, Henry Warren. On Stone A. Warren. One plate with a neathly repaired closed tear.‎


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‎BIBLIA DANICA -‎

Reference : 54296

‎Biblia, Det er Den Gandske Hell. Skriftes Bøger, Efter den 1699. udgangne Huus= Og reyse=Bibel.‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, Kongelige Waysen=Huses Bogtrykkerie, 1738. 4to. Pragtfuldt samtidigt hellæderbind af spejlbindstypen over træ. Bindsiderne opdelte af tre rammer med brede forgyldte borter, yderste ramme med blindtrykte stempler og streger. Inderste felt marmoreret og med en stor forgyldt stjerne. Med 4 ægte bind på ryggen og 5 rigt forgyldte rygfelter. Rygtitlen i rød maroquin med forgyldning. Træpermernes skråtstillet indendigt. Med 2 helt intakte lukkestroppe med 6 støbte messinbeslag. Helt guldsnit med ciseleringer. I guldsnittes kanter er der indmalede slyngede dekorationer og i snittes forkant er indmalet i rødt og sort et stort kronet monogram tilhørende Anna Sophie Rewentlow (Frederik IV's anden hustru, dronning af Danmark). (16),1104,194,356,(10) pp. Marmoreret forsatspapirer. Forreste friblad ikke tilstede. Den ganske sjældne kvartudgave af Christian IV's bibeloversættelse, her i et aldeles flot udstyret eksemplar.<br>Bibl. Danica I,9-10.‎


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Reference : 53185

‎Biblia, det er: den ganske Hellige Skrifts Bøger, med Fliid efterseete og rettede efter Grundtexten, saa og med mange Parallelsteder og udførlige Indholdsfortegnelser forsynede.‎

‎Kjøbenhavn, Kongelige Vaisenhus, 1824. 4to. Samtidigt helldrbd. i flammet kalv. Rig rygforgyldning. Forgyldningen lidt slidt. Lidt kantslid og sprækker øverst i begge false. 1682,(2),448 pp. Indvendig ren med få spredte brunpletter. Biblen er her trykt i 4to. - Bibl. Danica I,11.‎


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Reference : 58475

‎Biblia, det er: den ganske hellige Skrifts Bøger, med Flid efterseete og rettede efter Grundtexten, fra og med mange Parallelsteder og udførlige Indholdsfortegnelser forsynede. Nittende Oplag.‎

‎Kiøbenhavn, Kongelige Waisenhuses Forlag, 1842. Stor 8vo. (26 x 18 cm.). Smukt velbevaret hellæderbind i sort maroquin. Ophøjede bind på ryg. Rygforgyldning i form af geometriske stregfigurer. Forgyldt rygtitel. Permer med stregbordurer, geometrisk forgyldt ramme samt ornamental forgyldt dekoration i midterfelterne. Indvendige stregbordurer. Helt guldsnit og kantforgyldning. Kanter med lettere brugsspor. Gave til W. Blauenfeldt (i guld nederst på ryg) fra elever på F. Friis's Realskole d. 1. Marts 1849 (i guldtryk på permernes inderside). Har tilhørt Paul V. Rubow med hans navnetræk på fribladet. 1374,363 pp. Indvendig ren og frisk.‎


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