Sagre offerte alla passione di nostro Signore Gesu Cristo con varie orazioni. Si aggiungono i Pensieri cristiani per ciascun giorno del mese.

Rome, [Zempel], 1773.

8vo, pp. 442, [blank]; with engraved frontispiece and 14 engraved scenes, text enclosed within typographical framing; occasional light spotting, but a very good copy in contemporary gilt morocco, gilt panelled spine, sides richly gilt with foliate motifs, all edges gilt; a little rubbed around the edges.

£700

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Sagre offerte alla passione di nostro Signore Gesu Cristo con varie orazioni. Si aggiungono i Pensieri cristiani per ciascun giorno del mese.

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Rare first edition of a devotional work in Italian and Latin printed in Rome. It is complemented with fine engravings, most notably the frontispiece, which shows a heroic Jesus resurrected holding the cross in a classically outlined body. A subsequent slighter edition was published twenty years later.

IT\ICCU\UM1E\030492. A single copy recorded in Italy on ICCU (Terni library), and a single copy outside Italy by OCLC (Case Western).

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