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Tiny Greek New Testament leaf, 1750. Book of Timothy.

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η καινή διαθήκη.   i kainí diathíki The First Epistle of Paul the ... more info
Two Expeditions in the Interior of Southern Australia, Charles Sturt.

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2 Volume set.  Sturt's expeditions  During the Years 1828,1829,1830,and 1831: With Observations On The Soil,Climate, And General ... more info
Manuscript leaf, Parisian ”Pocket Bible”, c.1250 with a scribal correction.

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The Book of Jeremiah. “afflict not the stranger, the fatherless, and the widow, nor oppress them unjustly” Recto: Latin text written in ... more info
The Works of St. Ambrosius. Incunable leaf, 1492. Hand initials.

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A finely printed leaf from the Works of St. Ambrose with elegantly penned decorative capitals. Ambrose (born Aurelius Ambrosius; c. 340 – ... more info
Glossed incunable leaf, 1498. Coloured initials added by hand. St. Luke Gospel.

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Nicolas De Lyra (c.1270-1340) was a French doctor of theology and teacher at the Sorbonne in Paris.   His commentary on the Bible, Postilla ... more info
"Pocket Bible" manuscript leaf. c.1250, Paris. Book of Jeremiah.

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Complete chapters 43,44,45, with sections of 42 & 46. Recto: Latin text written in black ink on fine vellum in an extremely precise gothic ... more info
1524 “Picture Rosary” for the illiterate. Woodblock print.

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Woodblock print,  St. John baptises Jesus.   A leaf from from the Rosario de la Gloriosa Virgine Maria by Alberto da Castello  - a ... more info
Illuminated Personal Psalter leaf, c.1425. Northern Europe.

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This small leaf is most likely from a psalter designed for personal, rather than monastic use. Further images:  Feel free to request images of ... more info
Parisian "Pocket Bible" leaf, c.1250. Book of Ecclesiasticus.

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“The rich man hath done wrong, and yet he will fume: but the poor is wronged and must hold his peace.” Further images:  Feel free ... more info
Incunable leaf from Lumen Animae. “The Light of the Soul”. 1482.

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An excellent example of incunable printing & rubrication from a curious medieval encyclopaedia. Further images:  Feel free to request ... more info

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