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Bod-Inc: D-180

Duranti, Guilelmus

Rationale divinorum officiorum.


Analysis of Content

[a2r] Guilhelmus Minatensis; [Duranti, Guilelmus]: Rationale divinorum officiorum. See D‑178.


Imprint: [Basel: Michael Wenssler, not after 17 Mar. 1476]. Folio.


Collation: [a12 b10 c d8 e6 f–h8 i10 k–m8 n o10 p–t8 v12 x y10 z12].


ISTC: id00411000

GW: GW 9110;

Hain: H *6464;

Goff: Goff D‑411;


Proctor: Pr 7493;

Others: Oates 2743; Sheppard 2325.

LCN: 14716693


Copy number: D-180(1)

Binding: Early nineteenth-century English green diced russia with gold-tooled border and spine; marbled pastedowns.

Size: 388 × 295 × 45 mm.

Size of leaf: 377 × 267 mm.

On [a1r] a faded inscription, possibly entries of births, dated 1516. On [z12v] an early Latin prayer to the Virgin Mary, incipit not read. On [a2r] a later note in French, signed ‘Trem[ ]t'.

Some headings, initials, and paragraph marks are supplied in red; yellow capital strokes.

Provenance: Robert A. Dundas (1804-1877); armorial book-plate. Purchased in 1922 from Thomas Thorp, Catalogue 345, no. 575; note on endleaf.

SHELFMARK: Inc. b. GS2.1.

Copy number: D-180(2)

Not in Sheppard.

Bound with A‑168(5); see there for details of binding and provenance.

Leaves [h5] and [i10] only.

Size of fragments: 370 × 239/40 mm.

Remains of glue on the recto of each leaf indicates that these leaves were fomerly used as pastedowns.

Three-line initials are supplied in red; capital strokes in red. Running part and chapter numbers are supplied in black ink.

SHELFMARK: Gibson 403(3/1-2).

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