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(Albertus). Elogia divi Josephi, duodecim titulis exornata. O. O., um 1790. O. O., um 1790. 16 beschr. SS. auf 10 Bll. Taubenblauer Seidenband der Zeit. Gr.-4to.

EUR 120.00

Hübsch ausgeführte, unpublizierte Handschrift, wohl österreichischen Ursprungs, mit 12 thematischen Elogen auf den Hl. Joseph: I. S. Josephus e stirpe regia; II. S. Josephus vir justus; III. S. Josephus Virginis B.mae sponsus; IV. S. Josephus angelorum alloqio honoratus; V. S. Josephus mysterii incarnationis praescius; VI. S. Josephus divinorum mysteriorum praesens sectator; VII. S. Josephus Christi custos; VIII. S. Josephus Christi nutritius; IX. S. Josepho Christus subditus; X. S. Josephus moriens beatissimus; XI. S. Josephus patrum in limbo consolator; XII. S. Josephus thaumaturgus. Am Schluß signiert von einem "Albertus". - An Ecken und Kanten berieben; der Seidenbezug am Rücken fehlt. {BN#19876}

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The Vice of Dice

Augustine of Hippo, Saint. Sermones de verbis domini [and other works]. [Austria], 1448. [Austria], 1448. Small folio (235 x 314 mm). Latin ms. (gothic book cursive) on paper. 550 pp. (page numbers added in pencil, c. 1900, written on 547 pp.). Leaf size 210 x 295 mm, written area mainly 140 x 190 mm. 2 cols., mainly 30-31 lines (but final gathering: 41-43 lines), partly rubricated with red chapter headings and ends; numerous red Lombardic initials. Contemp. blindstamped Gothic calf binding over wooden boards. Wants the fittings and clasps.

EUR 45,000.00

Fine late mediaeval manuscript, principally comprising sermons of St Augustine (pp. 1-410), but also containing four shorter treatises of his slightly older contemporary, Gregory of Nazianzus (pp. 411-523); dated "1448" at the end. Bound after this are 12 additional leaves, apparently penned slightly later by a different scribe, with theological writings of the early 15th century, namely two treatises by the French mystic Jean Gerson (pp. 527-540) and the treatise on the vice of dice by the Vienna canon Johann Geuss (pp. 541-550). - Contents: A) St Augustine. 1-121: Sermones de verbis domini secundum Mattheum (with a table of contents, followed by "Evangelium audivimus ... agite penitentiam"); 122-181: Sermones de verbis domini secundum Lucam (inc. "Petite et dabitur"); 182-344: Sermones de verbis domini secundum Johannem (inc. "Capitulum Evangelii quod lectum est"); 345-347: Sermo de verbis domini evangelio secundum Lucam de verbis apostoli, omnes nos manifestari oporte ante tribunal Christi (inc. "Omnium Christianorum spes"); 348-410: Liber de spiritu et anima (inc. "Quoniam dictum est mihi", expl. "quem cernere finis est doloris"). - B) Gregory of Nazianzus. 411-470: De urbana vita [ad Pronianum; tr. Rufinus] (inc. "Proficiscenti mihi ex urbe magnopere iniungebas Aproniane fili"); 470-487: De nativitate domini [oratio XXXVIII] (inc. "Christus nascitur"); 487-506: De luminibus et secundis epiphaniis [oratio XXXIX] (inc. "Iterum Jesus meus et iterum"); 506-523: De pentecoste [oratio XLI] (inc. "De sollemnitate huius diei pauca dicenda sunt"; expl. "et potestas in spiritu sancto in secula seculorum. Amen"); followed by date: "et finitus est liber anno etc. 1448"; 524-526 vacant. C) Johannes Gerson: 527-537: Tractatus de trepidantibus accedere ad celebrationem misse post pollutionem in sompniis habitum (inc. "Dubitandum est aput me"); 537-540: De duplicii stuatu in dei ecclesia, curatorum et privilegiatorum (inc. "Pax quam omnibus"; expl. "inveniri. Deo gratias. Deo gratias"). D) [Johannes Geuss]. 541-550 [Sermo de ludo alearum] (inc. "Confundatur sorcium distributio scribitur Numeri ultimo. Hec verba possunt intellegi de sortilegio lusorum et confusione ipsorum"; expl. "unam libram et sic posset fieri recompensatio" (lacking the final four columns of text). - Occasional addenda and marginalia by a roughly contemporary hand in the wide blank margin throughout. The 12-leaf quire bound at the end (watermark: type Piccard V [libra], section V, no. 294 ["Vienna 1461"]) must originally have been followed by a now-lost final leaf of text. Binding rubbed and bumped; small crack to upper cover; traces of a pasted grey paper wrapper. Occasional slight browning to manuscript; insignificant waterstain near beginning. Slight tear to first 3 ff. (not touching text), loss of corner to first leaf (loss of page number and a 17th century monastic ownership "Conven[tus] C[...]"). {BN#44879}

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[Austrian legal manuscript - Walther, Bernhard, jurist (1516-1584)]. Private-Law Treatises [and other works, including (incipit): Der... Fünff N.O. Lannde und Fürstlichen Graffschafft Görz Vergleichung Anno 1542]. Probably Austria, later 17th century. Probably Austria, later 17th century. Folio (210 x 310 mm). German manuscript on paper. 698 written pages on 396 unnumbered ff. Contemporary calf; spine gilt.

EUR 3,500.00

Collection of almost entirely German (Austrian) 16th century legal texts, but also comprising a few 15th century sources (and one in Latin), thus assembled in the lat 17th century. The tax legislation for all five Lower Austrian countries and Gorizia from 1542 (copied from the printed book) is followed by the extensive Treatises of Bernhard Walther (the "father of Austrian law" who in the mid-16th century collected the Lower Austrian customary law). The present, very complete manuscript comprises 14 of the 15 treatises (all except that on bankruptcy), and it was used by Max Rintelen for his critical edition, published in 1937 (cf. reference below). The treatises are followed by decisions concerning the law of inheritance ("Von Erbschafften drey Fragen, dem Herrn Landtmarschalkh ... alhier anzuzaigen"; "Ob deß abgestorbnen Wittib, oder Glaubiger den Vorgang haben: Der Regierung Rathschlag" etc.), "Bericht wegen der Caution im Landtsrechten in Österreich Under der Enß", "General wegen der Verstorbenen Pfarrer in Steyer Verlassenschafft", "Tractatus de testibus, ex secundo tomo actionum forensium D. Joan. Oldendorffii"; "Königlicher Bevelch daß ain jede Sach vor dem ordentlichen Gericht erster Instanz clagt soll werden (4 March 1534); "Khay. May. Declaration und Spruch zwischen der Löblichen Universitet zu Wienn, und gemainer Statt daßelbst" (1571), "Gemaine Beschwerung der Erblande" (with detailed regulations on mining and minting, manslaughter, gypsies, Jews, etc.), confirmations of decrees issued by Frederick III in 1444, 1462 and 1470, etc. - Some waterstaining near end; occasional slight staining. Spine-ends professionally repaired. Provenance: Handwritten ownership of Baron Anton von Egger (d. 1727): "Ex lib. Ant. L. B. de Egker". Later in the collection of the Austrian legal historian and numismatist Arnold Luschin von Ebengreuth (1841-1932) with his etched bookplate to the front pastedown. After Luschin's death his heirs presented the volume to his student, the legal historian Max Rintelen (1880-1965); cf. his entry in blue ink: "Von Luschins Erben erhalten. Max Rintelen". {BN#47823}
¶ M. Rintelen, Bernhard Walthers privatrechtliche Traktate (Leipzig 1937), Ms. LE (p. XVIII).

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Balogh de Galantha, László, kgl. ungar. Archivar (fl. 2. Hälfte 18. Jh.). Abschrift einer Rechtsurkunde zu Prozessangelegenheiten des Nikolaus Ladislaus... Nagy de Csöppöny im Komitat Nytra mit eigenh. U. "Comes Ladislaus Balogh de Galantha" (als "Tabulae Judiciariae Octavalis Archi-Episcopalis Praeses"). Pozsony (Pressburg, Bratislava), 1778. Pozsony (Pressburg, Bratislava), 1778. 46 SS. Geheftet. Papierumschlag der Zeit. Reste eines roten Lacksiegels am letzten Blatt verso. Folio (ca. 245 x 360 mm).

EUR 850.00

Am vorderen Umschlag bezeichnet: "Nikolaus Ladislaus Nagy de Csöppöny contra Franciscum Vörös". Ladislaus (László) Balogh de Galántha (1773 geadelt) wirkte als königlich ungarischer Schatzmeister (altárnok) und ab 1760 als Reichsarchivar (országos levéltárnok). - Bindung etwas gelockert; durchgehend leicht braunfleckig und angestaubt. Ausriss am unteren Umschlagrand (kein Textverlust). {BN#33041}

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Album of the Imperial blanket maker J. F. Hörmannsperger

Baroque pattern book and album of the blanket maker Johann Franz Hörmannsperger. Vienna, 1736. Vienna, 1736. Oblong folio (390 x 252 mm). 118 numbered ff. (but 115: ff. 96, 106, and 112 skipped). Calligraphic preface by Hörmannsperger, 58 full-page textile designs by the same, mostly in red, blue, green, and gilt (including one folded, double-page sized specimen and 4 ff. with 2 designs each), 7 splendid gouache washes raised in gilt and silver; bound in between these are a total of 52 engravings on 48 plates, all in splendid contemporary colour raised in gilt and silver. Contemp. marbled boards.

EUR 85,000.00

Unique, museum-quality document of late Baroque craftsmanship among the urban Third Estate: apart from 58 meticulously executed textile designs, the album contains seven large-format gouaches showing the self-assured author practising his trade in his workshop, advertising and selling his wares to customers, as well as playing music and even bowling, but also attending the general meeting of the Viennese blanket makers. The engravings which Hörmannsperger inserted between his own works all show mundane subjects (dwarves, soldiers, caricatures, etc.): thus, his autograph textile designs and gouaches are interleaved with some of the rarest and most charming pieces produced by the 1720's Augsburg school of engraving. - The album is introduced by a self-portrait of the 26-year-old Hörmannsperger in his workshop (with his compass and one of the later-included textile designs lying on the table); on the opposite page he offers a brief preface to the volume: "for true art speaks for the master: here is a book, all mine, with many drawings, as they will be seen, all drawn by me, though I say so myself, with much time, labour, and trouble [...] I, Johann Frantz Hörmansperger" (transl.). The captions to the splendid gouaches prove the author's humour (sometimes bawdy) as well as a trait of surprising self-confidence. Pitching his self-plaited blanket to a female customer, he addresses her: "My dear lady, here's a fine blanket for you - you may well stretch yourself under this: one and a half ells wide and two in length; perfect for flipping over with your husband underneath" (transl., f. 84). Another image shows him selling saddlecloths to military officers ("we'll have these and take them into battle", f. 86); yet another shows him bowling in a Baroque garden at the weekend ("All gay and jolly, for we are journeymen of the trade: and so the virgins may be; they will not be bored - here is red wine and white, so well we may make merry", f. 94) and dancing ("Be merry all. Musicians play! Thus do the blanket makers frolic and dance with pretty girls until their shoes may fall to pieces", f. 104). The final leaf shows an apprentice received into the society of blanket makers at their quarterly general assembly ("The blanket makers convene today to discuss what concerns the society: the young man must have learned his trade; he is not too tall nor too small. But he must put in his time, until he is made a journeyman", f. 118). Some of Hörmannsperger's ornamental designs, created with the use of a compass, include centerpieces showing armorial or figural motifs; one design (f. 113) is apparently a commission for Emperor Charles VI (bearing his monogram and Imperial insignia); according to the later caption, it was indeed executed for him. - Between his own works Hörmannsperger bound engravings by the great Augsburg masters of his age, all splendidly coloured and raised in gilt and silver: eight engravings from Elias Bäck's dwarf series (fencing school, drinking, gluttony, and tobacco addiction), a complete cycle of the seasons and the life stages of man by Martin Engelbrecht ("Der Menschen Jahr Veränderung"), a total of 19 of the famous engravings by Pfeffel, Schmidt, and Engelbrecht showing a soldier's life (two with movable parts), as well as a fine broadsheet by Albrecht Schmidt showing the seven Honest Swabians, and finally an untitled eight-page cycle showing the female tempers. - The Austrian and especially the Viennese bedclothes were known for their high quality throughout the continent. During their golden age in the 18th century they were exported to all European courts, as well as to Greece, Turkey, and many oriental countries. At the time this album was drawn up, there were ten masters of the profession in Vienna alone creating blankets and mattresses as well as backpacks and cuirasses. - Provenance: acquired in 1893 "from Mr Josef Lang's son-in-law" by the bedclothes merchant Josef Pauly, supplier to the Royal and Imperial court, and passed on by him to Mr. Junghofer, chairman of the bedclothes makers' cooperative, in 1896 (cf. Pauly's autograph dedication note on the flyleaf); last in an Austrian private collection. Boards imperceptibly restored at lower spine end; interior slightly fingerstained; slight tears to two leaves, but in excellent state of preservation altogether. {BN#30828}

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Baudrand, Barthélemi, SJ / [Basile, Vincent, SJ (Übs.)]. Rasmiscgljajte ova dobro. Otza Bartola Baudrand Druscbe Jesussove.... Prinesegne u jesik slovinski. [Wohl Balkan, um 1845]. [Wohl Balkan, um 1845]. Titel, 11-130 (recte: 129), (1) SS. (Lagen 9 und 10 hinter 12 verbunden; S. 66 in der Zählung übersprungen). Marmorbroschur um 1880. 4to.

EUR 250.00

Zeitgenössische Abschrift von Vincent Basiles illyrischer (kroatischer) Übersetzung von Baudrands erbaulicher Meditation "L'Ame Penitente" (erstmals Lyon 1778). Der sizilianische Jesuit Basile (1811-82) wurde 1840 von seinem Orden nach Albanien und anschließend nach Dalmatien und die Herzegowina versetzt. Er gab mehrere Jesuitenschriften im südslawischen Idiom heraus; die vorliegende erschien erstmals 1844 in Rom und erlebte mehrere Auflagen. - Etwas braunfleckig und angestaubt. {BN#27227}
¶ Vgl. de Backer/Sommervogel I, 1000, 1 & 1040. OCLC 55609485.

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[Beethoven, Ludwig van]. Grand Sonate pour le Piano-Forte composée par Louis... van Beethoven oeuvre 28. O. O., nach 1802. O. O., nach 1802. Notenmanuskript. Quer Folio (240 x 330 mm). 30 Bll. letzte Seite leer. 8 Doppelblätter in 2 Lagen, Fadenbindung, starke Bütte, handrastriert, 10-zeilig, die beiden letzten Seiten 8-zeilig.

EUR 2,500.00

Zeitgenössische Abschrift des Op. 28, deren Vorlage Rätsel aufgibt: Ein Vergleich mit dem Autograph und dem Erstdruck (Bureau des Arts et d'Industrie, PN 28, Wien 1802) sowie mit Titelauflagen und frühen Nachdrucken (Autograph, Abschrift und Originalausgabe im Querformat, Simrock 240 [1802] und Zulehner 130 [ca. 1807] im Hochformat, Hummel 1321 [1805/1806] im Querformat) führt zu folgenden Resultaten: Das Manuskript hat einige Gemeinsamkeiten mit dem Erstdruck und dem Autograph, die es von späteren Drucken unterscheidet, die daher nicht als Vorlage in Frage kommen. Es gibt aber auch Gemeinsamkeiten mit dem Autograph, in denen sich dieses vom Erstdruck unterscheidet (!), sodass auch eine zwischenzeitliche Abschrift der Sonate aus dem Manuskript vor dem Erstdruck als Kopiervorlage in Frage kommen kann. - Eine mögliche Erklärung dafür wäre der verhältnismäßig lange Zeitraum zwischen Entstehung im Herbst 1801 und Veröffentlichung der Sonate im August 1802 aufgrund der personellen Veränderungen in der Gründungsphase des Verlages: 1. Gesellschaftsvertrag vom 1. 5. 1801 "Kunst- und Industrie-Comptoir" Kappeller und Holer. 2. Dem Gesuch zur Firmenprotokollierung vom 23. 10. 1801 legten die Verleger eine "Kontraktliste" bei, nach der sie bereits über eine Reihe von Kompositionen für die Veröffentlichung verfügten, darunter auch Beethovens Sonate Op. 28. 3. Die neue Firma wurde am 1. 5. 1802 protokolliert, 4. aber erst ab August 1802 die Musikalien des Verlages in der Wiener Zeitung (WZ) annonciert, wobei mit Beethovens Op. 28 (und der dazu passenden Verlags-/Plattennummer 28) ein öffentlichkeitswirksamer Paukenschlag gesetzt werden sollte: Beethovens Sonate wurde am 14.8.1802 (WZ 65) alleine vorgestellt, 4 Tage später folgte dann die Ankündigung der Werke von Krommer, Call, Albrechtsberger, Förster, Eberl, etc. mit den Verlagsnummern 1-30 (ohne die bereits vorgestellte VN 28, 18.8.1802, WZ 66, Weinmann, S. 220 f). - Gertsch/Prahia erwähnen im Vorwort zur Henle Urtext-Ausgabe (2008) zur Erklärung der ungewöhnlichen Zeitspanne zwischen Entstehung und Druck auch die - nicht belegbare - Hypothese, dass Beethoven "dem Widmungsträger Joseph Freiherr von Sonnenfels (1732-1817) auf die Sonate ein Exklusivrecht von einigen Monaten oder gar einem Jahr eingeräumt" hätte. - Das Papier ist nach Auskunft des Archivs der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde für Wien um 1800 untypisch, und zeitlich nur grob auf die ersten Jahrzehnte des 19. Jahrhunderts bestimmbar. - Etwas fingerfleckig, ansonsten sauber. {BN#48302}

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Berg (eig. Ebersberg), Ottokar Franz, Schriftsteller (1833-1886). Die Pfarrersköchin. Lebensbild mit Gesang in vier Acten.... O. O., um 1881. O. O., um 1881. 157, (3) SS. und ein durchschossenes Bl. zwischen S. 128 und 129. Marmorierter Halbleinenband der Zeit. Kl.-4to.

EUR 200.00

Zeitgenössische Abschrift von Ebersbergs 1868 geschriebener "Pfarrersköchin". Am letzten Blatt die Freigabe der Zensur (dat. Dauba 28. X. 1881) und mit einigen von derselben im Text gestrichenen Stellen; am Titel ein eh. Besitzeintrag von Johann Hugo Kochansky v. Kochan, einem Theaterunternehmer aus Hirschberg, der das Stück aufführen wollte. - Etwas gebräunt und fingerfleckig. {BN#27242}

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[Binding]. An early 16th century ledger in a fine... limp vellum binding. Probably Italy, early 16th century. Probably Italy, early 16th century. Small folio (ca. 220 x 300 mm). Contains 128 blank leaves, foliated in ink by a contemporary hand 17-144 (a first quire of 16 leaves, likely containing notes, has been removed). Contemporary limp vellum binding sewn on three leather bands with wide fore-edge flap. Remains of a handwritten spine label "Debitori [...] 1511" (?).

EUR 3,500.00

An attractive binding for an account book in the late mediaeval style, captioned "Debitori et creditori dipacta" along the top edge of the upper cover in a narrow Gothic majuscule written in brown ink, and an initial "A" within an ornamental circular border and acanthus ornaments drawn in the centre of the cover. The wide bands of dark leather, sewn down with crisscrossed lighter-coloured thongs, add to the binding's stark appeal. The volume encloses 128 blank leaves watermarked with a pear-shaped flower with two leaves, similar to Briquet 7386 (Florence 1507). Since the removal of the first quire, which must be assumed to have been used by the owner for keeping accounts, the only handwriting remaining in this book of otherwise blank leaves are a few notes in a Renaissance hand on the final page. - Some brownstaining to lower edge of some leaves; some staining and wrinkling to binding. Leather spine bands and thongs loosened in places; wants the tie which would have fastened the fore-edge flap. {BN#47490}

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Devotional manuscript in Dutch

Bossche, Johannes Baptista van den. Instructie om deuchdelick synen tyt [...] ghemaeckt by... den Eerwerdighen heere, Johannes Baptista vanden Bossche, prioor en pater van het Syon [...] int Jaer 1617. [No place], 1617. [No place], 1617. 8vo. Dutch manuscript on paper. 87 ff., last blank pasted to back cover (collation: A-L8).

EUR 3,500.00

Interesting devotional manuscript in Dutch containing extensive instructions and rules for behaving, praying and meditating, and living a good religious life in a monastery from hour to hour. The booklet also gives the texts prayers and meditations to perform during the day. It is a sort of "Diurnale" (a shortened Breviary), written by the prior of a monastery ("het Syon"), for his brothers. - Strangely enough the text seems to have been written by a Dutchman from the northern Netherlands where all the monasteries were demolished during the beginning of the Eighty Year's War, and where the Roman-Catholic faith was tolerated at best. "Het Syon" is an often used name for a monastery, for example one near Beverwijck, or near Delft, but, again, these cloisters were no longer in existence. Possibly, Johannes Baptista van den Bossche was a refugee from the north and active in the Southers Netherlands. The manuscript is written in a clear, sophisticated, and almost calligraphical handwriting (by Johannes van den Bossche himself?) in two scripts: italic and a script reminding the civilité type. - Very well preserved. {BN#26608}

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Brewing Manual

[Brewing] - Welhorn, Gregor, Ingolstadt brewer (fl. ca. 1786). Ganz trefliche höchstgeheime Wissenschaften, und vollkomene Explicirung der... höchst nutzbaren edlen Bierbräukunst. Ingolstadt, 1786. Ingolstadt, 1786. 4to (170 x 195 mm). German manuscript on paper. (2), 86 pp. (66f. and 70f. blank). Contemporary boards with cover label, dated "1786".

EUR 3,500.00

A brewer's copious recipe book in six chapters. Contains not only instructions for cleaning the barley and for preparing and fermenting malt, but also "secret articies" and "excellent arcana", such as "how to render a beer gone full sour quite pleasant once more". The principal text comprises pages 1 through 63 of the manuscript, paginated by an early owner; it is written by a single hand throughout in well-legible German cursive, including the three-page panegyrical preface. According to a note on the half-title (dated 15 Feb. 1786), the recipe book was compiled by Gregor Welhorn, "burgher and beer brewer in the electoral capital and fortress city of Ingolstadt". The original author, however, is revealed by the preface to have been Melchior Schlögl, "professor", "praxator peritissimus" (well-experienced brewer) and "one of Germany's most eminent brewing masters", who had written the book "with all its secret artifices and principal arcana for himself and his own use", "all described in the most minute detail in the year 1782". This "famous frater" is said to have been the brother of Vicelinus Schlögl, one of the "most eminent professors" - that is to say, of Anton Vicelinus Schlögl (1743-1811), a baker's son who was educated at the convent of the Augustinian Canons Regular at Polling near Weilheim and became professor of mathematics and physics at the University of Ingolstadt. The brewer Melchior therefore must be his younger brother (1752-88), a Canon Regular who took the monastic name of "Quarinus" and taught physics at the Upper Bavarian monastery Rottenbuch, undertaking meteorological investigations at the Hohenpeißenberg observatory (cf. Poggendorff II, 805). - The final leaves contain additional notes, apparently mainly dating from the 1790s, concerning the purchase of malt (along with other expenditures), further brewing recipes, or a recipe for driving away flies and mosquitos. A curious entry mentions the repudiation of the writer's wife after a mere three years of marriage: "on this same Saturday after St Willibaldus in 1797 I took her to her parents, but not on account of the magistrates, rather all by myself I did this" (p. 68). - Binding rubbed and bumped; wants spine. Some browning and brownstaining. Sewing somewhat loosened near beginning; two leaves cut out between pp. 82 and 83 (pre-dating the pagination). {BN#47516}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. Burma, [ca. 1896 ]. Burma, [ca. 1896 ]. 600 x 65 mm. 21 palm leaves between two painted wooden boards with cord.

EUR 1,250.00

Burmese manuscript in Pali, most likely a register of Buddhist monastic rules. - Signs of age. {BN#49412}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. Siam, 19th century. Siam, 19th century. 180 x 40 mm. Manuscript on 22 palm leaves between two wooden boards with cord.

EUR 250.00

Signs of age. {BN#49420}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. , 18th/19th century. , 18th/19th century. 310 x 30 mm. Manuscript on 80 palm leaves between two wooden boards with cord.

EUR 600.00

Signs of age. {BN#49421}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. Tibet, 18th/19th century. Tibet, 18th/19th century. 340 x 100 mm. Manuscript on ca. 240 palm leaves between two wooden boards. In the original wrapping cloth.

EUR 1,500.00

Signs of age. {BN#49422}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. , 18th/19th century. , 18th/19th century. 155 x 30 mm. Manuscript on ca. 90 palm leaves between two wooden boards with cord.

EUR 250.00

Signs of age. {BN#49423}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. Tibet, 19th century. Tibet, 19th century. 355 x 90 mm. 38 ff. Printed from woodblocks, all edges red.

EUR 500.00

BN#49424 {BN#49424}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. Bhutan, 18th/19th century. Bhutan, 18th/19th century. 330 x 100 mm. 77 leaves. In the original yellow wrapping cloth.

EUR 1,000.00

Browned. {BN#49425}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. [Tibet?], 18th/19th century. [Tibet?], 18th/19th century. 550 x 50 mm. Manuscript on 25 palm leaves between two wooden boards with cord. All edges gilt.

EUR 850.00

Signs of age. {BN#49426}

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[Buddhist manuscript]. Sutra. [Tibet?], 18th/19th century. [Tibet?], 18th/19th century. 215 x 60 mm. Manuscript on 73 palm leaves between two painted wooden boards with cord.

EUR 950.00

Signs of age. {BN#49427}

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