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Bod-Inc: A-177

Alexander de Villa Dei



Analysis of Content

Pars III, capitulum X: Doctrinale (ed. Reichling), 1550-1607.


Imprint: [The Netherlands: Prototypography, not after 1472]. 4°.


Collation: [a b8 c10+1 d e10].


ISTC: ia00413550

GW: GW 934 xiv;

Hain: C 255a;

Proctor: Pr 8834;

Others: Hellinga, Campbell, <104 XIV>; HPT II 459; ILC 101; Proctor, Campbell III 109D; Sheppard 6850; Gottfried Zedler, Der älteste Buchdruck und das frühholländische Doktrinale des Alexander de Villa Dei (Leiden, 1936), pl. 7.

LCN: 14292438


Copy number: A-177(1)

Printed on parchment.

Bound in a volume of miscellaneous fragments. Collation not as GW (` . . . e9?').

One leaf only, [d1], as identified by GW.

Binding: Mounted in a nineteenth-century guard-book.

Size of leaf: 207 × 148 mm.

On the recto, an unread note, on the verso an early marginal note.

Two- and four-line initials are supplied in red. Initial strokes in red.

Provenance: Georg Franz Burkhard Kloß (1787-1854); possibly sale (1835), lot 86, although this calls for four leaves. Samuel Butler (1774-1839); sale, pt III, lot 51 (part of). Apparently purchased in 1841, but not identified in Books Purchased; inscription on the front pastedown: ‘Bought at the sale of the Library of Dr. Samuel Butler, Bp. of Lichfield, part III, sold in 1841, lots 135, 51, and 136-46. Obtained at the sale of Dr. Kloss in 1835'.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 2Q inf. 1.50(2).

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