Advertisement for Brandis's edition of Rudimentum novitiorum (H *4996, 5 Aug. 1475).
Analysis of Content
Printed side [Brandis, Lucas: Advertisement.] Incipit: ‘Innotescat sciencie et sapiencie . . .’
Imprint: Lübeck: [Lucas Brandis, c.1475]. Broadside.
Types: Type: 120 G, final state.
Line number: 44 lines.
Type area: Type area: 160 ×265 mm.
Proctor: Not in Pr;
Others: Victor Scholderer, ‘Two Unrecorded Early Book-advertisements', Library, 5th ser., 11 (1956), 114-15; not in Sheppard. Facsimile: Graham Pollard and Albert Ehrman, The Distribution of Books by Catalogue from the Invention of Printing to A. D. 1800 (Cambridge, 1965), pl. 15. Microfiche: Unit 18: Printing in and for the Baltic Area Part I, BA 20.
Copy number: R-141(1)
Binding: Kept in a modern guard-book.
Size of leaf: 339 × 234 mm.
The text of line 21 is repeated in a contemporary hand at the tail of the sheet in brown ink.
Provenance: Alvensleben Library (1940). Albert Ehrman (1890-1969); armorial book-plate; purchased from Heinrich Eisemann in 1953 for £325; accession no. ‘R 1152'. Presented in 1978 by John Ehrman.
SHELFMARK: Broxb. 95.3.
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