GRAND ORIENT DE FRANCE. - CAHIER S∴ Set of... - Lot 71 - Pescheteau-Badin

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GRAND ORIENT DE FRANCE. - CAHIER S∴ Set of... - Lot 71 - Pescheteau-Badin
GRAND ORIENT DE FRANCE. - CAHIER S∴ Set of 3 copies. S.l.n.n., 1804, 1808, 1809. Comprising 3 in-36 volumes in contemporary slipcase bindings. 1804: (34) ff, slipcase covers restored, false title and last blank leaf missing. - 1808: (36) pages; case worn, section detached, 2 tears, one restored. - 1809: (36) pp. worn slipcase, quire detached. TUILEUR DU RITE FRANÇAIS, also known as "petit cahier rouge" comprising two parts, "Maçonnerie symbolique, suivant le régime du G∴ O∴ de France", for the first three grades, and "Maçonnerie des h[auts] grades, suivant le régime du G∴ O∴ de France" for the grades of Élu secret, Grand Élu Écossais, Chevalier d'Orient, Rose-Croix. - 5804 [1804]. Red-brown morocco, smooth spine decorated with gilt motifs, gilt frieze framing the boards with gilt Rose-Croix Masonic symbol in the center, gilt edges, red-brown basane case decorated, with suns on the spine and the same frieze as the volume on the boards. - 5808 [1808]. Red-brown morocco, smooth spine decorated with a gilt geometric roulette, gilt Greek frieze framing the boards with gilt Rose-Croix Masonic symbol in the center, gilt edges, red-brown long-grain morocco case decorated with gilt stars and fleurons on the spine, and the same frieze as the volume on the boards. Some text variants with the year 1804 above, the note on the Grand Orient at the beginning of the volume is different, and the name Roëttiers de Monatleau is added at the end of the volume. 4 copper-engraved plates hors texte; one woodcut in the text. - 5809 [1809]. Red-brown morocco, smooth spine adorned with a gilt geometric roulette, gilt vegetal frieze framing the boards with a gilt Rose-Croix Masonic symbol in the center, red-brown long-grain morocco slipcase adorned with gilt stars and geometric motifs on the spine, and a geometric frieze on the boards. Same text as 1808. 4 copper-engraved plates out of text; one woodcut in the text.
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