A note by Grotius on t.p. verso states the author's preference for the present edition by G. Blaeu over that produced by J. Janssonius. Signatures: *¹⁰ A-EE⁸. "MD" in imprint date printed in apostrophic characters. Printer's devices on t.p. and at end, initials. Sideglosses. Device on t.p.: astrolabe, with motto "Indefessus agendo." On last page, (God's) hand weighing celestial orbs on a scale, with motto "Praestat."
Binding: contemporary calf, gold-tooled and -stamped on back and edges, with title label, red- and green-mottled page-edges, and ribbon; in library case. Internet Archive scanning project IL (jkn) Originally classed as: KJ404.G881 D 1632.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Meulen & Diermanse. Bib. Hugo Grotius (1950), 569.
Provenance: Dordkirchen (armorial bookplate); Franciscus Josephus, comes a plettenberg (inscription).
KZ2093.A3 D4 1632
De jure belli ac pacis libri tres, (DLC)n 88277235
Amsterdami : Apud Guilielmum Blaeu, [MD]CXXXII