NOVUM TESTAMENTUM, in quo Tum Selecti Versiculi 1900, Quibus Omnes Novi Testamenti Voces Continentur,Asteriscis Notantur; Tum Omnes & Singulae Voces, Semel vel Saepius Occurrentes, Peculiari Nost Distinguuntur
Amsterdam: J. Wetstenium & G. Smith, 1740. Leather. 337p. A small hardcover book bound in full brown leather with gilt decorations. FAIR condition. All of the leather has a crackly texture, and the edges of the boards are scuffed and chipped. Pieces of cardboard cracking off the inside of the back cover. Pages are slightly toned with age; early owner's ink notations on a few pages, and faint old ink inscription inside front cover. Binding is currently holding, but could crack if handled roughtly. Item #187829
An 18th-century New Testament in Greek, with a preface in Latin. The text is quite small, about 11 lines per inch and double-columned. Johann Leusden was a Dutch Calvinist theologian of the 17th century. The book measures approx. 6" x 3.5"