Sermones de sanctis cum vigintitribus Pauli Wann sermonibus.
Analysis of Content
A2r [List of sermons.]
A4r [Alphabetical list of subjects.]
a2r Lochmaier, Michael: Sermones de sanctis cum vigintitribus Pauli Wann sermonibus. ‘De sancto Andrea apostolo sermo de euangelio.’ Incipit: ‘ “[I]lli continuo relictis rethibus secuti sunt eum” Mathei .iiij [Mt 4,20.] Pro introductione nota quod . . .’ See Schneyer, ‘Winke', 240 no. 42. The 23 sermons by Paulus Wann are scattered throughout the book and bear a double number, that of the general sequence of sermons and their own. ‘Wann j. De sancto Valentino . . .' is sermo xxvj in the general numeration; Wann 2=29, 3=32, 4=33, 5=42, 6=46, 7=50, 8=52, 9=53, 10=61, 11=65, 12=69, 13=79, 14=82, 15=86, 16=87, 17=88, 18=91, 19=94, 20=98, 21=100, 22=105, 23=107.
Imprint: [Passau: Johann Petri, 1490-1]. Folio.
Collation: A8 B10 a–z aa–zz aaa–ppp6 qqq8 rrr10.
Hain: HC *10172;
Goff: Goff L‑270;
BMC: BMC II 617;
Proctor: Pr 2845;
Others: BSB‑Ink L‑216; Oates 1265; not in Sheppard.
Copy number: L-138(1)
Binding: Contemporary blind-tooled white pigskin over wooden boards; bound for the Carthusians of Gaming, with two catches and one clasp, four bosses, and the arms of the monastery on a raised lead shield as centre-piece on both covers. At the head of the upper cover, a contemporary manuscript title on a rectangular parchment label and contemporary manuscript shelfmark ‘Y. 19' on a square paper label. Seventeenth/eighteenth-century manuscript title and shelfmark ‘D' respectively at the head and tail of the spine. Triple fillets form an intersecting double frame. Within the outer frame, rosette and foliate stamps. Diagonal triple fillets divide the inner rectangle into lozenge-shaped and triangular compartments, decorated respectively with a foliate staff and a six-petalled flower stamp. Above and below the inner rectangle is a row of alternate rosette and foliate stamps; see Nixon, Broxbourne, no. 11.
Size: 288 × 200 × 100 mm.
Size of leaf: 276 × 192 mm.
A few marginal notes, extracting key words and correcting the text, in an early hand.
Initials, some with reserved white decoration, and paragraph marks are supplied in red. Capital strokes in red.
Provenance: Gaming, Austria, Carthusians; inscription on A1r: ‘Carthusiæ Gemnicensis nunc Loci Capucinorum [ ]'. Albert Ehrman (1890-1969); book-plate; purchased from Heinrich Rosenthal (1879-1960), Lucerne, in 1954 for £75; accession no. ‘R 1291'. Presented in 1978 by John Ehrman.
SHELFMARK: Broxb. 17.6.
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