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Bod-Inc: L-144

Losa, Alphonsus De, commissary

Indulgentia 1497. For the benefit of the confraternity of S. Jacobus de Compostella.


Analysis of Content

Printed side Losa, Alphonsus De, commissary: Indulgentia 1497. For the benefit of the confraternity of St James of Compostella. Incipit: ‘[I]n dei nomine amen. Nouerint vniuersi christifideles qualiter ad perpetuam rei memoriam . . .’


Imprint: [Antwerp: Thierry Martens, c.1497]. Broadside.

Remarks: Sometimes found printed on the same sheet as Campbell–Kronenberg 141c (as in the Bodleian's second copy). Proctor, Campbell (followed by E) confused this setting with Campbell–Kronenberg 141e.


Illustrations: Woodcut and woodcut initial.


ISTC: il00287600

GW: E 868;

Hain: C 1726a;

Goff: Goff I‑126;

Proctor: Pr 9454;

Others: Campbell–Kronenberg 141b; HPT I 78-80, II 387; ILC 1478; Inventaris, 336; M. E. Kronenberg, ‘Aflaatbrieven, in 1497 door Martinus te Antwerpen gedruckt', Het Boek, 23 (1935/6), 337-43, at 343, with illustration opposite 338, the left of the two shown; Oates 3998 (II); Proctor, Campbell, 141b; Sheppard 7252. Facsimile: Zeitschrift für Bücherfreunde, 5 (1901-2), 68.

LCN: 14077459


Copy number: L-144(1)

Bound in a modern guard-book, assembled in its present form in 1954.

Size of leaf: 190 × 290 mm.

Traces of a seal.

With the notarial signature of A. de Losa. Manuscript note in Robert's(?) hand, humanist script.

Provenance: Robert (?) (fifteenth/sixteenth century); his name on recto. Date of acquisition unknown.

Former Bodleian shelfmarks: B 2.18(6) Art; Arch. Bodl. A IV.43; Arch. A d.10(6); Arch. A b.8(6).

SHELFMARK: Arch. B b.5(26/1).

Copy number: L-144(2)

Printed on the same sheet as L‑146A (see below). The left-hand margin and the lower part of the sheet badly damaged, with considerable loss of text, including (presumably) the woodcut and the initial, and any traces of a seal.

Binding: Kept in a modern document wallet of tan cloth.

Size of sheet: 286 × 208 mm.

Provenance: Albert Ehrman (1890-1969); armorial book-plate; purchased (perhaps from Leighton) in 1935 for £6 (pencil note ‘Leighton' in the Ehrman ledger may refer to this item or the one listed below it in the ledger; Kronenberg, ‘Aflaatbrieven', 343, notes a copy of this item owned by Leighton, with the date Nov. 1935, about the time of year, to judge from the Ehrman ledger entries, when this item might have been purchased by him); accession no. ‘1721'. Presented in 1978 by John Ehrman.

SHELFMARK: Broxb. 95.27(2).

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