Tanquerey, Adolphe. Synopsis Theologiae Domaticae Fundamentalis (Three volume set). Paris: Desclée, 1922-1925. 
Three volumes, leather spines, scuffed brown marbled boards, joints good, worn at the edges, 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches, details of individual volumes below. Private name stamp on each title page. Good. Hardcover.
Tome I. De Religione de Christo Legato de Ecclesia de Fontibus Revelationis. xxxiv., 763 pp. Pencil underlining & marginal notes.
Tome II. de Fide, de Deo Uno et Trino, de Deo Creante et Elevante, de Verbo Incarnato. xviii., 840 pp. with pencil underlining & marginal notes. Paper has darkened, and may be a kind of waxed paper.
Tome III. de Deo Sanctificante et Remuneratore seu de Gratia, de Sacramentis et de Novissimis. xv., 665, 195 pp. Pencil underlining & marginal notes.
Adolphe Alfred Tanquerey (1854-1932) a French Sulpician, sometime teacher at Old St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore, Maryland (1887-1905). Best known by priests and seminarians for his three-volume synopses of dogmatic and moral theology. His works are "noted for their comprehensive treatments of the matter and for their emphasis on the practical application of speculative truths. His treatise on ascetical theology, still recognized as a standard work, deals with the principles, nature, and means of the spiritual life and with the three classical ways. The book is comprehensive in scope and was written with the conviction that dogmatic truth is the foundation of ascetical theology and the source of true, balanced piety." - New Catholic Encyclopedia.