The translation into German is by Teiligo Schriftt, printed, as you observed in 1736.
Unfortunately, so many Bibles have been printed since the invention of the printing press by Gutenburg, they do not carry the same value as other books of the same age.
My research indicates your German Bible translation of the Old and New Testament has a retail value of $500-600.
I have a large collection of very old Bibles, even earlier than yours. I was very surprised to find their values low.
A private seller to a dealer can expect 40-60% of retail value.
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