Two Well-Preserved Studies by a Notable French Humanist Jurist Du Moulin, Charles [1500-1566]. Extricatio Labyrinthi de Eo, Quod Interest: Cum Nova & Analytica Explicatione, & Conciliatione Legum Omnium Materiae, Multis Iam Saeculis Densissimis Errorum, & Perplexitatum Tenebris Implicatissimae, Praecipue l. Unicae. C. De Senten. Quae Pro eo Quod Interest. Lyons: Apud Antonium Vincentium, 1555. [xxiv], 302,  pp. [Bound with] Du Moulin, Charles. Tractatus Duo Analytici. Prior, De Donationibus Factis, Vel Confirmatis in Contractu Matrimonii. Posterior, de Inofficiosis Testamentis, Donationibus, & Dotibus. Lyons: Apud Antonium Vincentium, 1556. 159,  pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and thong ties, early hand-lettered title to front cover. Light soiling and edgewear, minor horizontal crack to spine, a bit of bookplate residue to front free endpaper, interior notably fresh. A remarkably well-preserved volume containing two scarce titles. $3,500. * Second edition. Du Moulin was a distinguished French humanist lawyer. First published in 1546, Extricatio Labyrinthi is a detailed commentary on the Roman law governing loans and interest. The other book is a commentary on marriage contracts, gifts and testaments. Extricatio: Baudrier, Bibliographie Lyonnaise V:231; Tractatus: Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe D-1078.
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