Opera quae supersunt omnia ac deperditorum fragmenta. Recognovit potiorem lectionis diversitatem adnotavit indices rerum ac verborum copiosissimos adiecit Christianus Godofr. Schütz. [including: Lexicon Ciceronianum].
20 Volumes bound in 28 Volumes [complete set]. Lipsiae [Leipzig], apud Gerhardum Fleischerum iun., 1814 – 1823. Small Octavo (18 cm x 11 cm). More than 10000 pages. Hardcover / Original, absolutely stunning, early 19th-century bindings with all edges uniformly red and beautiful gilt lettered spine-labels and gilt ornament. Two, formerly missing Volumes in this set (Volume 16,III and Volume XX), are bound in a simple, modern half-leather. Unusually excellent condition of one of the most desirable scholarly editions of Cicero’s writings. With only minor signs of external wear. A rare possibility to acquire the important Opera Omnia Edition of Cicero in such a beautiful, presentable set. The set is part of our Savigny – Collection because it is a likely, contemporary publication Friedrich Carl von Savigny would have used for his essays on Roman Law.
This set also includes the “Lexicon Ciceronianum” by Christian Gottfried Schütz / Volumes 17 and 18 includes the “Index Geographicus et Historicus” and Volumes 18 and 19 include “Index Latiniatis”.
[Franz Ludwig Anton Schwaiger,Volume I, page110]