Logarithmorum Chilias Prima is the first table of base-10 logarithms, written by Henry Briggs and published in 1617. I've previously taken a look at the accuracy of the table entries.
I thought it would be neat to have a faithful copy of the original printed version. To this end, the handwritten tutorial pages and tables of differences were removed to pare down to what must have been originally printed: the title page and the 15 pages of main-table entries.
The page images were scanned from EEB microfilm, scaled up, binarized, and the bitmaps hand-edited to remove miscellaneous blots and other noise, though the edits were strictly limited to cosmetic issues: areas near the digits were unchanged. There is also what looks like a hand-drawn line between mantissa and characteristic in each column. It seems unlikely this was printed—as a vertical rule it is packed impossibly close to the figures—so it must have been drawn in later. (An examination of the three extant copies   might clarify this.) These lines were removed as well, though it required hand-editing of all digits intersecting the lines.
Here are PDFs of the page images and booklet impositions onto letter-size and A4-size pages, suitable for double-sided printing:
Here's what it looks like printed on cream-colored paper with a pamphlet-stitched binding:
|||Raymond Clare Archibald. The first published table of logarithms to the base ten. Mathematical Tables and Other Aids to Computation, 9(50):62–63, 1955. https://www.ams.org/journals/mcom/1955-09-050/S0025-5718-1955-0069082-4/S0025-5718-1955-0069082-4.pdf|
|||Denis Roegel. A reconstruction of Briggs' Logarithmorum chilias prima (1617). https://locomat.loria.fr/briggs1617/briggs1617doc.pdf|