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Douay-Rheims NT

1600

  English  
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  GALATIANS 6:10-18 w. Annotations to Ch 6 and Argument to Ephesians. "A New Creature!". Printed in Antwerp by Daniel Vervliet. 2nd Official RC edition. Title d. M.DC. [=1600]. FINE- condition; worn lower corner; stain to inner edge.  
  8" x 5.75"
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Greek NT

1632

  Greek  
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  TITUS 1:10-3:5. "Sound Doctrine". New Testament in Greek. Printed in Cambridge by Tho. Buck, 1632. FIRST CAMBRIDGE EDITION. Possibly a reprint of the 1624 Elzevir ed. but w. Savile's "Silver Type" matrices borrowed from Oxford University. The so-called "Textus Receptus" or Received Text. Since Erasmus' flawed Geek text of 1516, it was the dominant text until about 1850. Ref: STC 2796, Herbert 4678. SUPERIOR condition. COA on Astroparche premium paper w/ gold seal.  
  7" x 4.25"
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Greek NT

1632

  Greek  
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  HEBREWS 8:3-9:10. "The New Covenant". New Testament in Greek. Printed in Cambridge by Tho. Buck, 1632. FIRST CAMBRIDGE EDITION. Possibly a reprint of the 1624 Elzevir ed. but w. Savile's "Silver Type" matrices borrowed from Oxford University. The so-called "Textus Receptus" or Received Text. Since Erasmus' flawed Geek text of 1516, it was the dominant text until about 1850. Ref: STC 2796, Herbert 4678. SUPERIOR condition. COA on Astroparche premium paper w/ gold seal.  
  7" x 4.25"
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Greek NT

1632

  Greek  
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  ACTS 9:33-10:13. "Peter Visits Cornelius". New Testament in Greek. Printed in Cambridge by Tho. Buck, 1632. FIRST CAMBRIDGE EDITION. Possibly a reprint of the 1624 Elzevir ed. but w. Savile's "Silver Type" matrices borrowed from Oxford University. The so-called "Textus Receptus" or Received Text. Since Erasmus' flawed Geek text of 1516, it was the dominant text until about 1850. Ref: STC 2796, Herbert 4678. Excellent condition; small spot (see pics). COA on Astroparche premium paper w/ gold seal.  
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Greek NT

1632

  Greek  
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  ACTS 10:38-11:14. "Preaching Forgiveness". New Testament in Greek. Printed in Cambridge by Tho. Buck, 1632. FIRST CAMBRIDGE EDITION. Possibly a reprint of the 1624 Elzevir ed. but w. Savile's "Silver Type" matrices borrowed from Oxford University. The so-called "Textus Receptus" or Received Text. Since Erasmus' flawed Geek text of 1516, it was the dominant text until about 1850. Ref: STC 2796, Herbert 4678. EXCELLENT condition; spot to margin (see pics). COA on Astroparche premium paper w/ gold seal.  
  7" x 4.25"
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Greek NT

1632

  Greek  
  $39 or Less $36.00
  ACTS 12:7-13:1. "Peter and Mark". New Testament in Greek. Printed in Cambridge by Tho. Buck, 1632. FIRST CAMBRIDGE EDITION. Possibly a reprint of the 1624 Elzevir ed. but w. Savile's "Silver Type" matrices borrowed from Oxford University. The so-called "Textus Receptus" or Received Text. Since Erasmus' flawed Geek text of 1516, it was the dominant text until about 1850. Ref: STC 2796, Herbert 4678. SUPERIOR condition. COA on Astroparche premium paper w/ gold seal.  
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