In a Handsome Blind-Tooled Pigskin Binding Trentacinque, Alessandro [d. 1599]. Practicarum Resolutionum Iuris Libri Tres. Omnes Fere Iuris Utriusque in Foro, Ac Praxi Quotidie Occurrentes Controversias, Ac Quaestiones, Earumque Resolutiones Seu Decisiones, Tam Accurate Pertractatas Continentes, Ut in Foro Versantibus Nihil Utilius Exhiberi Possit. Nunc Recens in Lucem Editi. Frankfurt: Cura & Impendio Rulandiorum: Typis Richterianis, 1610. Three parts in one volume. [xviii], 267; [xxi], 452; [xxviii], 419,  pp. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (13" x 8-1/4"). Elaborately panel-stamped contemporary pigskin, raised bands, early hand-lettered author name and later calf lettering piece to spine, clasps lacking. Light soiling, some faint stains and a few minor worm holes, tiny chip to head of spine, corners bumped and somewhat worn, minor worming to pastedowns, crack in text block between front free endpaper and title page, which is printed in red and black. Light browning to text, light foxing in places, minor worming and faint dampstaining to upper margins of preliminaries, later owner signature and two library stamps to title page, minor tear to bottom margin. A nice copy in a handsome binding. $1,850. * Second edition. Trentacinque, a gentleman scholar and jurist, offers solutions to a series of complicated hypothetical issues in Roman and canon law. First published in 1609, it went through four later editions, the last in 1663. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates no copies of this edition in North America. Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 3:308054M.
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