Details of provenance, owner, donor or other name
London, St Bride Foundation, Passmore Edwards Library; the St Bride Foundation was created in 1891, the same year in which it purchased William Blades's library; the library of the Foundation was named after the philanthropist John Passmore Edwards (1823-1911), who contributed £500; see Five Centuries of Printing History: A Selection of Rare Books, Documents & Illustrations in the St Bride Printing Library..., with text by James Mosley and James Moran (London, 1961), 3-8; London Encyclopædia, 699. ♦ Categorisation: Type: Person. Gender: Unknown. Period: unknown century.
- C-350(1) Cinus de Pistorio — De successionibus ab intestato. — [Cologne: Printer of the ‘Historia S. Albani' (Johann Guldenschaff or Conrad Winters, de Homborch?), c.1474]. 4°.
- M-154(1) Matthaeus de Cracovia — De modo confitendi et puritate conscientiae. — [Speier: Printer of ‘Gesta Christi', c.1472]. 4°.
- P-200(2) Petrus de Bergamo — Tabula operum Thomae Aquinatis. — Basel: Bernhard Richel, 4 Dec. 1478. Folio.
- R-110(2) Rolewinck, Werner — Fasciculus temporum. — [Cologne]: Heinrich Quentell, 1479. Folio.
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