Schilder, K. Christ Crucified: A Sequel to Christ in His Suffering and Christ on Trial.Translated from the Dutch, by Henry Zylstra. Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 1940.
Gray cloth hardcover with gilt titles & rules, 6 /2 x 9 1/4 inches, ex seminary library stamped "withdrawn," with the usual extras. Former private owner's signature and note on ffep, rest clean. 561 pp., tight. Binding very good. Good. Hardcover. 
"When Dr. Schilder’s ‘Lenten Trilogy’ first made its appearance in English nearly forty years ago, it was immediately welcomed by evangelicals of all denominations as a work of outstanding merit. In fact, it was found to be without equal in modern literature.
"In treating the events which led up to the crucifixion, Schilder brings the reader into touch with the spiritual and temporal forces which converged during the Passion Week. He is careful to keep Christ central, and blends in a masterful way this culmination of our Lord’s earthly life with historical facts and psychological ralities. With these dimensions so beautifully intertwined, the offices of Christ as Prophet, Priest, and King are seen in the light of God’s goodness to Israel and gracious provision for man’s redemption." —Cyril J. Barber, from the Foreword of a later edition.