Beautiful illustrated edition, of wood engraved by A.-F. Cosÿns, Luther's autobiographical confidences with insights into theology, expressions of a simple and sincere faith, and moral observations on the corruption of his century. Translated from German by Charles de Mellert.
With a limited edition of 2625 (this one is one of the 2500 on Borneo paper: on sale the number 2251)
Covered with a half-cardboard binding with corners with smooth back and original covers preserved.
Martin Luther was an Augustinian theologian friar, university professor, initiator of Protestantism, and reformer of the Church whose ideas exerted a great influence on the Protestant Reformation, which changed the course of Western civilisation.
A well-preserved set.
Martin Luther, translated by Charles de Mellert
"Propos de Table de Martin Luther"
Paris, A l'enseigne du Pot Cassé, 1933
Complete in 2 volumes: 205 + 205 pages
Duodecimo (12 x 19 cm)