May 05, 2022 - Sale 2603

Sale 2603 - Lot 112

Price Realized: $ 281
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 300 - $ 500
Oudin, César (c. 1560-1625)
Refranes o Proverbios Españoles Traduzidos en Lengua Francesa. Proverbes Espagnols Traduites en François.

Lyons: Chez Pierre Rignaud, 1614.

12mo, fourth edition, two parts in one volume, printer's woodcut device on general title; bound in full 19th century brown morocco blind stamped with William Stirling Maxwell's monogram, his bookplate pasted inside the front board, along with that of Alan Lubbock, with the Keir Proverb Collection plate pasted inside the back board; 5 1/4 x 3 in.

Oudin translated Cervantes's La Galatea and part one of Don Quixote from Spanish to French. In this proverb collection the entries are arranged alphabetically. The second part contains Cartas en Refranes by Blasco de Garay.

Paulau 207295; Goldsmith O189.

From the Ken Rapoport Collection.