Theopneustia : The Planary Inspiration of the Holy Sculptures

By: Gaussen, L; Scott, David

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Theopneustia : The Planary Inspiration of the Holy Sculptures by Gaussen, L; Scott, David D (Trans)
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London: Johnstone & Hunter , 1850. Originally translated by Scott from French in 1841, this is a new translation from Gaussen revised writings. Blue bds embossed with gilt title spine, heavily faded with canted cnrs, spine is frayed head and foot with a split to front bottom edge for 2/5th of height, partial separation to front eps, hinge still tight, pp 365. Not dedicated, interior is clean and bright, not foxed.. First Thus. Cloth. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.

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