3 edition of Verbum sempiternum[.] found in the catalog.
by Printed for, and sold by N Procter, near Scarlet"s-Wharffe. in Boston
Written in English
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10179.|
|Contributions||William, Duke of Gloucester, 1689-1700, dedicatee., Taylor, John, 1580-1653.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Thumb Bible. Verbum Sempiternum, [by John Taylor], The Third Edition, with Amendments, 2 parts in one, printed for Tho James, [?], title-page preceded by imprimatur leaf dated October 6 (often lacking), half-title, and engraved portrait frontispiece depicting 'His Illustrious Highness William Duke of Glocester', New Testament half-title preceding title to second part . References . verbum in Charlton T. Lewis and Charles Short () A Latin Dictionary, Oxford: Clarendon Press; verbum in Charlton T. Lewis () An Elementary Latin Dictionary, New York: Harper & Brothers; verbum in Charles du Fresne du Cange’s Glossarium Mediæ et Infimæ Latinitatis (augmented edition, –); Carl Meissner; Henry William .
Verbum Sempiternum John Taylor. Boston, MA: Printed for, and sold by N. Procter, near Scarlet's-Wharffe, 5 cm. Thumb Bible. Bijou Illustrations of the Holy Land Philadelphia: J. Hamilton. 3 cm. Small Rain Upon the Tender Herb Deut. xxxii.2 Thirty-second Edition. London: Religious Tract Society. cm. Miniature Qu'ran Iran: 18 Author: Claudia Covert. Heading: (Bible in English )Author: Taylor, JohnTitle: The Bible. Verbum Sempiternum [&] Salvator MundiPlace Published: LondonPublisher:Printed by F. Collins for T. IliveDate Published: Description:  pp. 51x40 mm, period full calf, stamped in gilt and blind, all edges the often lacking imprimatur leaf. One of the most important of early English miniature books.
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Bound in original tooled leather with lettering Verbum Sempiternum and metal clasp. Marbled endpapers and all edges red. A very good copy. Decorated with title page vignettes and printer's device on colophon.
This little book is an exact reprint of the charming edition of this celebrated miniature bible, printed by the equally famous.
Added facsimile title page: Verbum sempiternum. The third edition, with amendments. London: Printed for Tho. James, and are to be sold at the Printing Press in Minoing Lane, and most booksellers in London and Westminster's.
The New Testament has separate title page. Prefatory material signed: J. Taylor. Description:  pages ; 6 cm: Other. Verbum sempiternumprinted for T. Ilive, at the Nags-Head in Jewen-Street, and are to be sold by the book-sellers of London, and Westminster Microform in English - The second edition, with amendments.
OCLC Number: Notes: A reprint of the 3rd. which was originally published in (ESTC, R). Includes original t.p. but lacks illustratins. The thumb Bible: Verbum sempiternum Unknown Binding – January 1, by John Taylor (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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London: Tho. James, c. The Third Edition with amendments. 32mo., ll. This is the first James printing before which the printer was alive with the first dedication to the Duke of Gloucester who died in The presence of the woodcut frontispiece portrait of the Duke of Gloucester makes this the first illustrated Thumb Bible.
It preceeds the dated edition of. The Bible. Verbum Sempiternum [&] Salvator Mundi. Author: Taylor, John. Place: London. Publisher: Printed by F.
Collins for T. Ilive. Date: Description:  pp. 51x40 mm, period full calf, stamped in gilt and blind, all edges gilt. With the often lacking imprimatur leaf.
One of the most important of early English miniature books. Define sempiternum. sempiternum synonyms, sempiternum pronunciation, sempiternum translation, English dictionary definition of sempiternum. n a type of durable woollen fabric popular in the 17th century.
The Book of Martyrs and, ina book first titled Verbum Sempiternae and then corrected that year to Verbum Sempiternum. 2 parts in 1, first part with licence leaf, half-title ("The Bible.") and blank leaf (K8) present, second part with preliminary blank leaf ("A") and half-title ("The New Testament.") present.
without 2 final blanks, marginal tears to A1, affecting type-ornament, A4, touching one letter, & B, affecting several letters, other marginal tears not touching text, corners frayed or creased, some.
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