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Posted 3 years ago

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Elaine
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id like to gather more info if anyone knows about this book as i have no idea. if anyone knows or recognize or own this kind kindly please send me an email.

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  1. Elaine, 3 years ago
    aw really? sorry not so aware of it. i was just actually told to research about it. i actually have one more left photo of it and yes all that pages came from one book
  2. too_much_stuff, 3 years ago
    The book contains two different works:
    One the right is
    Title: Guilielmi Estii… Annotationes in praecipua ac difficiliora Sacrae Scripturae loca, secunda edition
    Editor: Willen Van Est
    Publisher Duaci : apud G. Patte?, 1629
    Searching the web locates only one copy in the Bibliothèque interuniversitaire Sainte-Geneviève Paris France.
    The subject is the Theological writings of Guilielmi Estii while he served as a Professor
    The one at the left is:
    DE CATHOLICAE ECCLESIAE DIVINIS OFFICIIS AC MINISTERIIS VARII VETUSTORUM FERE OMNIUM ECCLESIAE PATRUM AC SCRIPTORUM LIBRI
    Author or Editor MELCHIOR HITTORPIUS
    Date MDLXVIII 1568
    There is a later (1591) edition of this work for sale on the net for about 4000. Go to AbeBooks.com and put the title in the search to read about it.

    It is important to note, that the pen inscriptions of the Title page at left probably indicate who the original owners were, and influences the value of the book.
    All that said you should get in contact with a Major Book Auction Company for a complete evaluation.
    Good luck.
  3. victoria cruz, 3 years ago
    ill buy it
  4. Elaine, 3 years ago
    thanks "Too Much Stuff for the info, i'll try to check on the site you gave me. @Victoria Cruz how much do you offer? yes im really trying to sell this book for my inlaws...and im trying to ask them for more photos of the book to post on here for more additional infos ;)
  5. Vestaswind Vestaswind, 3 years ago
    Please be very careful when excepting an offer from some random name on the net. You need to contact a certified safe place to sell your book. Heritage Auction's does book sales every month or two.
  6. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago
    What an interesting book!

    I agree that you should be very careful with this item. Others have given you good advice.
    There are two intersting books bound into one volume.
    The second title is called:
    Annotationes in praecipua ac difficiliora sacrae scripturae loca.
    - Notes on the main difficult parts of the Sacred Scriptures.
    It is a second edition printed in 1629.
    The first edition was printed in Douai in 1621.
    The author was Willem Hessels van Est (aka ESTIUS, Gulielmus.) (1542- 1613)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willem_Hessels_van_Est
    He was Professor of Theology at Douai, a position which he retained for thirty-one years and which he combined for the last eighteen years of his life with that of Chancellor of the University.
    Estius's works were written in Latin and for the greater part were published posthumously as indeed was this book.
    Douai or Douay was an important university in Europe at that time. In Latin it is referred to as the "ACADEMIA DVACENSI"
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Douai
    At that time Elizabeth was Queen of England and no friend of the Catholics. French universities were full of English Catholic theologians who had escaped from Elizabethan "oppression".

    Good luck with the disposal of this rare item.

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