4 unnumbered pages, 896 [that is 900 unnumbered pages, 44 unnumbered pages ; 33 cm (folio)
Signatures: pi² A-HH⁶ II⁸ KK-4E⁶ 4F⁴ [dagger]-4[dagger]⁴ 5[dagger]⁶. Rectos of leaves II2-3 and II6-7 are numbered 375, 376, 381, and 382 respectively, the versos unnumbered (except II7b, misnumbered 383), as though foliated. Normal pagination resumes with II8a, numbered 383. Printer's device (engraving) on t.p., tailpieces, initials. T.p. device has motto "Signum amoris"; signed "D.M.P. feulz [?]"; dated 1678. T.p. in red and black. Double columns. Includes index.
Binding: contemporary leather, gold-tooled and -stamped on back, with title label (wanting), and red page-edges; sewn on 6 twine bands; with stuck-on endbands.
Provenance: Gift of Mrs. Elizabeth J.S. Scholtens Dalhuisen in honor of her father Professor Dr. J.E. Scholtens (1902-1991), Professor of Law, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 1949-1972.
KBR1989.5.P4 A2 1679 Folio
Antverpiae : Apud Joannem Baptistam Verdussen, viâ vulgò Cammerstrate dictâ, sub signo duarum Ciconiarum, 1679.