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Alcoholics Anonymous Comes of Age A Brief History of A. A.

By: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Alcoholics Anonymous World Services Inc: 1979

Seller ID: 5484

ISBN: 091685602X

Condition: Good in Good dust jacket

+ (14) 333 pages +(5) contains black and white photographs, appendices and index, DJ good condition, blue, white and purple with blue, white and purple lettering, wear to corners, edges, head and tail, tears near edges of spine and bottom edge, book good condition, blue and black covers with gold lettering on spine, minor wear to head, tail and edges, pages clear and unmarked ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 333 pages View more info

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[Indulgentiae ecclesiarum urbis Rome & Mirabilia Rome urbis]

By: Anonymous

Price: $10,575.00

Publisher: Rome, Marcello Silber: 1522

Seller ID: 9527

Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Very scarce post-incunable edition of the famous marvels of the City of Rome, prefaced as common with work on the indulgences of the churches of Rome. With 7 full page woodcuts, papal arms and large initial. In two parts: [55] (of 56), + [8] ff. a8-g8 (missing a1) plus the 8 leaves of the Mirabilia without signatures or catch phrases. Lacks title. Printing information on g8. Leaves have old hand-inked page numbers continuous through both parts. Small marks and occasional light stains, first leaf has marginal losses at bottom and stronger marks, old neat ink notation at top of leaf, date ... View more info

Proverbiorum, Hoc est, Sententiarum, Versuum, & Phrasium Proverbialium Centuriae Duae In quibus Anglicana cum Latinis ac Graecis comparantur.

By: Anonymous

Price: $250.00

Publisher: S.L., S.n.: 1700?

Seller ID: 9407

Condition: Good

No publishing info. 74-94 pp with interspersed blanks. Pebbled green leather with William Stirlings stamp, bit of gold ruling on the spine. Includes proverbs in English with their Latin and Greek translations. According to the Catalogue des M. Duplessis, 1856, this is a fragment of a small elementary Greek grammar printed in England at the beginning of the 18th century. It has collector William Stirling's bookplate, along with that of Victor de Guinzbourg and Keir House (all collectors of proverbs, etc.), along with a handwritten note referencing the Duplessis connection -- th... View more info