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Bod-Inc: B-459


Stimulus amoris.


Analysis of Content

a2r Bonaventura [pseudo-]: Stimulus amoris. ‘Prologus seu epistola'. See B‑457.

a2v [Table of contents.]

a5r Bonaventura [pseudo-: Stimulus amoris. Forma longa.] See B‑457. Edited by Johannes Quentin, according to the title on a1r.


Imprint: Paris: [ Étienne Jehannot, for] Jean Petit and Denis Roce, [c.1499]. 8°.

Remarks: As assigned and dated by Sheppard; GW assigns to [Georg Wolff], but Sheppard notes that the type is 65 G*, and is not Wolff's; CIBN dates [c.1501-2] from the state of the devices of Petit and Roce.


Collation: a–m8 n4.

Illustrations: One woodcut on n4r.


ISTC: ib00967000

GW: GW 4826;

Hain: C 1130;

Goff: Goff B‑967;

Proctor: not in Pr;

Others: CIBN I/2 p. 376-7; Sheppard 6502.

LCN: 13912334


Copy number: B-459(1)

Wanting n4, containing a woodcut and the device of Jean Petit. On a2r, l. 1: ‘ . . . Bonanēture . . .’

Binding: Nineteenth-century blind-tooled blue morocco.

Size: 130 × 97 × 14 mm.

Size of leaf: 126 × 90 mm.

Some initials are supplied in ink; running headings in ink throughout.

Provenance: Edmund Waterton (1830-1887); on the front endleaf a deleted note, followed by inscription: ‘Edmd. Waterton. Walton Hall. 1854'. Thomas Ryburn Buchanan (1846-1911). Presented by Mrs Buchanan in 1941.

SHELFMARK: Buchanan f.171.

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