Zahn, Theodor. Introduction to the New Testament (3 volume set); Translated from the Third German Edition. Minneapolis: Klock & Klock, 1977. Reprint.
Three volumes in gold cloth with dust jackets, 6 x 8 3/4 inches, ex Bible college library with the standard additions. Appx. 1700 pp., texts clean. Good. Hardcover. 
Translated from the Third German Edition by John Moore Trout, William Arnot Mather, Louis Hodous, Edward Strong Worcester, William Hoyt Worrell, and Rowland Backus Dodge, Fellows and Scholars of Hartford Theological Seminary. Under the direction and supervision of Melancthon Williams Jacobs, Hosmer Professor of New Testament Criticism and Exegesis and Dean of the Faculty. Assisted by Charles Snow Thayer, Director of the Case Memorial Library.
“Ever since Dr. Zahn’s great work on New Testament Introduction, it has been evident that sooner or later its stores of critical investigation would have to be placed at the disposal of the English-reading world. The problems of New Testament study are too important to allow results which this renown scholar’s years of scientific study have gathered into the two large volumes of his great book permanently to be locked up in a foreign language.” – from the preface by Jacobus.
Recommended for scholarly research by Joel Beeke in his A Reader’s Guide to Reformed Literature under the heading The Canon of the Scriptures.