Speculum aureum animae peccatricis.
Analysis of Content
a2r Dionysius Carthusiensis [pseudo-; Jacobus de Gruytrode; Jacobus de Clusa; Gerardus de Schiedam pseudo-]: Speculum aureum animae peccatricis. ‘Opusculum quod speculum aureum anime peccatricis inscribitur'. See A‑569.
Imprint: [Paris: Philippe Pigouchet, c.1490]. 4°.
Remarks: Pr assigns to [Antoine Caillaut?]. This edition appears to be distinct from the Pigouchet Speculum of [c.1489], despite references by Goff (S‑643) and Oates (3063-4) to the present Pr number.
Collation: a b8 c6.
Types: Type: 80 G first state.
Goff: Goff, Supplement, S‑644a;
Proctor: Pr 7946;
Others: Pellechet 4317; Sheppard 6299.
Copy number: S-257(1)
Bound with A‑073; see there for details of binding and provenance.
Size of leaf: 205 × 133 mm.
Leaf a1, as described by Pellechet, contains a printed title but in this copy is blank.
Some marginal notes, mainly ‘nota' marks and some structuring of the text, in an early hand, brown ink, probably that of da Ponte.
On a2r a four-line initial ‘V' is supplied in red with reserved white decoration. Paragraph marks and chapter heading underlining in red, only on this leaf.
SHELFMARK: Douce 96(3).
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