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1637 Martin Luther Commentary upon Psalms & Galatians


Size: 7.5 x 6 x 1.5
Font: Gothic
Additional Features:
Full Calf
End Papers: Cotton
Appraisal Value: $6,000

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1637 Martin Luther
Commentary upon 1637 Psalms & 1635 Galatians

1637 Martin Luther – A commentarie vpon the XV. Psalmes, called Psalmi Graduum, that is, Psalmes of Degrees: faithfully copied out of the lectures of D. Martin Luther, very fruitfull and comfortable for all Christian afflicted consciences to read. Translated out of Latine into English, by Henry Bull Printed by George Miller, dwelling in the Black-Friers,

Bound with the 1635 Commentary on Galatians – This 1635 edition of Martin Luther’s ‘Commentary on Galatians” is exceptionally rare, mostly due to the English printing. During the 16th- and 17th-centuries, editions of Luther’s works were predominantly published in German. This edition features a preface and commendatory epistle by Edwin Sandys, a bishop of London.

Fine Copy.