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CANONIZATIONIS BEATA MARIA MAGDALENAE DE PAZZIS ORDINIS BEATAE MARIAE DE MONTE CARMELO. POSITIO SUPER DUBIO. ROME: EX TYPOGRAPHIA REVERENDAE CAMERAE APOSTOLICAE, 1667
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CANONIZATIONIS BEATA MARIA MAGDALENAE DE PAZZIS ORDINIS BEATAE MARIAE DE MONTE CARMELO. POSITIO SUPER DUBIO. ROME: EX TYPOGRAPHIA REVERENDAE CAMERAE APOSTOLICAE, 1667
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Catholic Church. Congregatio sacrorum rituum
CANONIZATIONIS BEATA MARIA MAGDALENAE DE PAZZIS ORDINIS BEATAE MARIAE DE MONTE CARMELO. POSITIO SUPER DUBIO. ROME: EX TYPOGRAPHIA REVERENDAE CAMERAE APOSTOLICAE, 1667
folio (297 x 195mm.), woodcut initials and tailpieces, manuscript document signed by Cardinal Azzolini bound after title-page (submitting the canonisation document to the Pope), p.38 with a signature and cardinal's seal, contemporary Roman brown morocco gilt with the arms of Clement IX, probably from the Andreoli workshop, gilt edges, modern slipcase, offsetting from title-page onto first flyleaf, offsetting from p.38 onto rear flyleaf, rebacked, lacking 2 pairs of ties
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Pietro Ginori-Conti, bookplate; La Bibliofilia, Milan, bookseller's label

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Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi (1566-1607) was a Carmelite nun who experienced ecstasies and visions; she was beatified in 1669 by Clement IX. For another Andreoli binding for Clement IX on a related book, with very similar but not identical decoration, see Legatura romana barocca, plate 66; the flat spine of that copy has the Rospigliosi diamond stamped on it.

ICCU records one copy of this work, in Veroli. The book in Legatura romana barocca (belonging to Martin Breslauer Inc of New York, which was number 103 in their Catalogue 110, Fine Books and Manuscripts in Fine Bindings), was on a book dated 1668 with the same title, but with more material (158pp. instead of 38pp.), though also containing a signed letter from Cardinal Azzolini presenting the book to the Pope.

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