Title: Het Boek Der Psalmen Nevens Christelyke ...
Publisher: H. Brandt, D. onder de Linden, P. Schouten, J. de Groot en R. Arrenberg, Te Amsteldam
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
ca. 1778. 361pp followed by the "Kerkboek" containing 92 additional pages. Maroon leather binding has intricate gilt stamped decorations on both covers, including borders and the emblem of "Time." Five raised bands on the spine, accented with gilt details. All edges gilt with a delicate design cut into the edges. Edges of the boards also have gilt decoration, which has been rubbed in some places. Head and foot of spine and corners are a bit rubbed. Two title pp., the first is embellished with a fine engraving. Endpp. are slightly darkened at the extremities as a result of offset from the leather edges. Text is clean, contains some musical notation as well as lyrics following the text of each psalm. Binding is sound and tight. very beautiful book, digital image available. Bookseller Inventory # 001227
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