Featured Works

Our collection is composed of renowned works that are recognized around the world. Many of these works have had a profound effect on the world and how we think today.


Liberty & Dignity

Mathematics & Science




Opera by Aristotle

Featured Work First Edition, in Roman type, with woodcut capitals and 351 woodcut diagrams in the text with large woodcut device of Benedictus Fontana on final leaf. Translated by Joannes Argyropylus, Leonardo Bruni, Georgio Valla and others. This volume "contains...

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Enoch 1

Featured Work This newly discovered copy of the apocalyptic and pseud-epigraphic biblical book of the lost prophet Enoch, the great-grandfather of Noah, is arguably the "most important Jewish writing that has survived the Greco-Roman period."  Scholars believe that...

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Vulgate Bible

Featured Work lluminated and Rubricated Manuscript, in Latin on Parchment. This portable Bible was made in Northern France in the 13th Century. This Bible style was originally copied in Paris around 1230, and this format quickly spread throughout Europe. The Vulgate,...

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Featured Work The Koran is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims consider the exact word of God and the Final Testament, following the Old and New Testaments. Its literally meaning is “a recitation.” It is regarded widely as the finest piece of literature...

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Featured Works

The Remnant Trust has an actively growing collection of manuscripts, 1st and early edition works dealing with the topics of individual Liberty and human Dignity, some dating as early as 2500 B.C.

They comprise works from several different genres including, but not limited to: Economics, Liberty & Dignity, Mathematics and Science, Philosophy, Politics, and Religion. These works include: ‘An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations’ by Adam Smith, ‘The Declaration of Independence’, ‘A Vindication of the Rights of Woman’ by Mary Wollstonecraft, King James Bible “HE” Version, and ‘The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy’ by Isaac Newton as well as hundreds of others.

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