From an edition of the Corpus juris civilis in 11 volumes. Cf. H. Brenkman. Historia Pandectarum, 1722, p. 267. Device of Claude Chevallon on t.p. (two horses support a shield with chiffre in front of grape-carrying tree with Sun in center; scroll with "C. CHEVALLON" below) Signatures: [superscript pi]A-C⁸ D⁴ a-z⁸ A-Z⁸ aa-xx⁸ (last leaf blank). Errata: [superscript pi]D2a. Includes index. Printer's device on t.p., initials. Sideglosses.
Binding: contemporary brown Italian (Venetian?) morocco over paper boards (ties wanting), with worked endbands, gold-tooled and -stamped on covers; on front cover, title appears in gilt as "D. NOVVM"; on back cover, an owner stamp in the corresponding position. In dark green and tan linen-covered box. Lib. copy bound and boxed as one of a set of 4 vols., comprising the Digesta and Codex.
Provenance: LA. CI. DO. CO. ET EQ. (stamped in gilt on back cover), "Co. et Eq." probably for Comes et Eques; deleted ex libris inscription (appearing under ultraviolet light as "Mathei Lunati &c.", from dealer's information; Buri (inscription on label); wax seal on t.p. verso.