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Verthaedigung Der Christlichen Religion Wider Die Vornehmsten Einwyrfe Der Heutigen Unglsubigen

By: Stackhouse, Thomas

Price: $475.00

Publisher: Hannover, Johann Wilhelm Schmidt: 1759

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 005198

Condition: Good+


516 pages. Contemporary vellum over spine and corners, with floral designed paper over covers. Hand lettering on spine and small library sticker. Moderate foxing. Tight and intact. View more info

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A New History of the Holy Bible from the Beginning of the World to the Establishment of Christianity... (Four Volumes)

By: Stackhouse, Thomas

Price: $600.00

Publisher: Edinburgh, Alex. Donaldson, John Wood, & James Meuros: 1767

Seller ID: 028002

Condition: Good


Complete in four volumes covering the entirety of the Old Testament. Indexed at the end of Volume IV. Five folding maps/views, a couple of which show edge wear and small tears. Contemporary polished calf bindings, with raised spine bands, gilt stamped decoration, and red and black spine labels. Covers show a little edge wear and a couple of cracked joints, but remain tight, very clean, and attractive. All spine labels are present and with clear lettering. Frontispiece in volume I and a couple of the blank end leaves are missing. Book plate on front paste down of each volume. View more info

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A New History Of the Holy Bible, From the Beginning of the World, to the Establishment of Christianity... (Six Volumes)

By: Stackhouse, Thomas

Price: $600.00

Publisher: Dublin, Printed for Edward and John Exshaw at the Bible on Cork-Hill: 1748

Seller ID: 035179

Condition: Fair


Complete in six volumes. Five folding maps. Full leather covers with raised spine bands, and red and black spine labels. Both labels are lacing from Vol. II, and title label is lacking from Vols II and IV. Covers are rubbed and show scattered wear. Several boards are nearly detached. End leaves are darkened. Contents are otherwise clean, complete, and intact. View more info