Lipsiae [Leipzig]: Laurentii Sigismundi Cörneri, Bibliopolae Impendiis, Literis Christiani Michaelis, 1669. First edition. 4to, somewhat later (perhaps later 18th century) vellum spine lettered in autograph ink, sprinkled drab boards, , 306,  pages. Engraved title page, including a view of a scholar working at a table amid a library of clasped bindings with their fore-edges shelved facing outward. Poor paper stock somewhat browned throughout; boards somewhat rubbed, spine a bit darkened; a very good copy. Item #17876
A relatively early work from the German librarian, historian and educator Hanke (1633-1709), published shortly before he took over the running of the Rehdiger Library at Breslau. (See the biographical sketch of Hanke in John Flood, Poets Laureate in the Holy Roman Empire: A Bio-bibliographical Handbook. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2006.) Neat ink ownership inscription dated 1800 to the front free endpaper.