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Vida de San Felipe de Jesus, protomartir de Japon y patron de su patria Mexico

Comprises an engraved and illustrated title page and 30 engraved plates depicting the life of Felipe de Jesús. Engraved throughout. Sabin 76028 Palau y Dulcet (2nd ed.) 363045 Binding: mottled calf; spine and boards gilt tooled; marbled end papers; edges sprinkled red. MexicoJapan
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En Mex[i]co : Calle del Bautisterio de S. Catalina Mr. no. 3.
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