A Paris: Chez Montalant 1735. First Edition. , [v]-XX, 198, , 83,  pages. Plus 4 folding engraved plates in rear. Complete. 4to. Full leather with marbled endpapers. A binding copy with spine perished. Disbound, with front board and endpaper detached. A wide margined copy with dampstaining throughout. One plate fold browned and brittle needing conservation. Sticker "Paris Librairie Centrale Des Sciences Rue de Seine, 13" on front pastedown endpaper. Fair. Disbound. 
The third edition published in Paris in 1735. The first two editions were published in Latin in 1687-1702 and 1727 ("Tabulæ astronomicæ Ludovici Magni in quibus Solis") Wonderful engraving of the moon on one plate. Title in English (via google) : "Astronomical tables, upright and highlighted by the orders and the magnificence of Louis the Great, in which one gives the motions of the Sun, Moon, and Planets of the other: the position of the principal fixed stars: Astronomical Calculation Method : Description, Construction, & the Use of Instrumens modern practice Astronomy and several useful problems of Astronomy and Geography: Meridian at the Royal Observatory of Paris, without which the observations that served them foundation were made." This translation is regarded by the author as a third edition of the original Latin work.
Houzeau & Lancaster 12780. Houzeau 1972. The 1727 edition found in the Printed Catalogues of the Library of the Royal Astronomical Society (Luther, Martino:2006)