T. Livii Patavini Historiarum ab urbe condita libri qui supersunt, recensuit J. B. L. Crevier, in Universitate Parisiensi emeritus rhetoricae professor, decadis primae pars I [& pars II]

Livy -- Titus Livius

Editorial: apud Fratres Perisse, collegiorum Lugdunensium bibliopolas, in vico majori Mercatorio, 1771
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2 p.l., 317 & [3, ads]; 2.p.l. 257 & [2] pages; Contemporary full calf, five raised bands on the spine, title lettered directly in gilt on the second panel -- simple floral gilt tools within rectangles of gilt rules in the other panels, plain endpapers, edges decoratively stained red. Remarkably, there are worm holes to the rear cover which only penetrate through a single leaf of paper - the blank rear free-endpaper. The text, even the printer's leaf of advertisements at the end of the second part, is untouched by the damage. A fine French schoolbook edition of Livy's Roman History, from the age of Enlightenment. It was printed in Lyon by the Perisse Frères [Jean-André Perisse-Duluc (born in 1738) and his brother Antoine]. It appears to have been retailed in Bourg [-en-Bresse], not far from Lyon -- there is a simple, but elegant printed label mounted to the upper corner of the front paste-down endpaper: Du Catalogue / de P. F. Bottier, / Imprimeur-Libraire, / Place d'Armes, / a Bourg." Opposite this label is a contemporary ownership signature in ink: "De la bibliotheque / d'Edouard Lescuyer." These two volumes, bound in one, contain the Latin text of the first decade of Livy's monumental history of ancient Rome, in the well-regarded edition by Jean-Baptiste Louis Crévier (1693–1765). This is books 1-10, a traditional stopping place for school editions. (Livy's history has survived with large gaps; books 11-15 are lost). There are minor ink smudges on a couple of leaves, and a few tiny ink figures at the bottom margin (only) of one leaf, otherwise no marks. School books traditionally live hard lives and are read to shreds. This one has survived nicely, and remains as it was when printed in Lyon and sold in Bourg-en-Bresse, a handsome example of the bookmaking arts of the French Enlightenment, with a fine woodcut printer's device on each title page, figured headpieces and tail-pieces constructed of type ornaments. In format, it is similar in size and quality to the editions of the classics made in Paris by J. Barbou. This Lyonnaise book seems not to have many fellow survivors -- see OCLC Number: 800570835 (which locates a single copy, at Université François Rabelais, Tours). N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: T. Livii Patavini Historiarum ab urbe ...
Editorial: apud Fratres Perisse, collegiorum Lugdunensium bibliopolas, in vico majori Mercatorio
Año de publicación: 1771
Encuadernación: Hardcover
Condición del libro: Very Good

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Livy -- Titus Livius
Editorial: apud Fratres Perisse, collegiorum Lugdunensium bibliopolas, in vico majori Mercatorio, Lugduni [Lyon, France] (1771)
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Descripción apud Fratres Perisse, collegiorum Lugdunensium bibliopolas, in vico majori Mercatorio, Lugduni [Lyon, France], 1771. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. 2 p.l., 317 & [3, ads]; 2.p.l. 257 & [2] pages; Contemporary full calf, five raised bands on the spine, title lettered directly in gilt on the second panel -- simple floral gilt tools within rectangles of gilt rules in the other panels, plain endpapers, edges decoratively stained red. Remarkably, there are worm holes to the rear cover which only penetrate through a single leaf of paper - the blank rear free-endpaper. The text, even the printer's leaf of advertisements at the end of the second part, is untouched by the damage. A fine French schoolbook edition of Livy's Roman History, from the age of Enlightenment. It was printed in Lyon by the Perisse Frères [Jean-André Perisse-Duluc (born in 1738) and his brother Antoine]. It appears to have been retailed in Bourg [-en-Bresse], not far from Lyon -- there is a simple, but elegant printed label mounted to the upper corner of the front paste-down endpaper: Du Catalogue / de P. F. Bottier, / Imprimeur-Libraire, / Place d'Armes, / a Bourg." Opposite this label is a contemporary ownership signature in ink: "De la bibliotheque / d'Edouard Lescuyer." These two volumes, bound in one, contain the Latin text of the first decade of Livy's monumental history of ancient Rome, in the well-regarded edition by Jean-Baptiste Louis Crévier (1693–1765). This is books 1-10, a traditional stopping place for school editions. (Livy's history has survived with large gaps; books 11-15 are lost). There are minor ink smudges on a couple of leaves, and a few tiny ink figures at the bottom margin (only) of one leaf, otherwise no marks. School books traditionally live hard lives and are read to shreds. This one has survived nicely, and remains as it was when printed in Lyon and sold in Bourg-en-Bresse, a handsome example of the bookmaking arts of the French Enlightenment, with a fine woodcut printer's device on each title page, figured headpieces and tail-pieces constructed of type ornaments. In format, it is similar in size and quality to the editions of the classics made in Paris by J. Barbou. This Lyonnaise book seems not to have many fellow survivors -- see OCLC Number: 800570835 (which locates a single copy, at Université François Rabelais, Tours). Nº de ref. de la librería 41578

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