Book: SatyraeAuthor: JuvenalDate: Noted as 1705 on the initial title page, but dated 1738 on the first pageSize: 3.875 x 6.25 inches252 numbered pages
This is the Typis Seminarii printing, noted as 1705 on the initial title page, but dated 1738 on the first page of the Persius section, of the Thomas Farnaby annotated Satyrae of Juvenal, a small format recovered hardcover, with a mottled brown paper surface to the cover, which is in good condition overall, with inward curl to the outside corners and surface wear to the ends and sides of the spine, which is securely connected to the inside. The inside is in good condition, with few stains and no fade to any type, or to the illustrated title page. There are a few edge tears, with missing material, but almost all pages have no tears, and no tears extend into any printed areas. The binding is tight, throughout, with no loose or missing pages.
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