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Bod-Inc: S-258


Speculum aureum animae peccatricis.


Analysis of Content

a1r [Title-page.] ‘Opusculum quod speculum aureum anime peccatricis dicitur'.

a2r Dionysius Carthusiensis [pseudo-; Jacobus de Gruytrode; Jacobus de Clusa; Gerardus de Schiedam pseudo-]: Speculum aureum animae peccatricis. See A‑569.


Imprint: [Memmingen: Albrecht Kunne, c.1490]. 4°.

Remarks: As dated by CIBN and BSB‑Ink; Sheppard dates [c.1490-1500], Sack [c.1495].


Collation: a b8 c d6.


ISTC: is00644000

Hain: HC *14899;

Goff: Goff S‑644;

BMC: BMC II 608;

Proctor: Pr 2804;

Others: BSB‑Ink I‑23; CIBN S‑333; Sack, Freiburg, 1951; Sheppard 2032.

LCN: 14459432


Copy number: S-258(1)

Binding: Nineteenth-century half brown morocco over brown cloth. The title, gold-tooled along the spine, attributes the book to Hugo de S. Caro.

Size: 199 × 141 × 12 mm.

Size of leaf: 189 × 129 mm.

‘2' in pencil on a1r. Some marginal notes, including pagination 1-30 only, copious extraction of quotations on b7v and b8r-v, a ‘nota' mark, and a correction, in the same fifteenth-century hand that wrote the ownership note in brown ink.

Provenance: Rottenbuch, Bavaria, Augustinian Canons, S. Maria; inscription on a1r: ‘Sum Religiosorum Fratrum in Rottenbuech'. Probably a duplicate from the Royal Library, Munich; ‘2648' in pencil on d6v. Purchased for 6 Marks, from Caspar Haugg, Catalogue 82 (1886), no. 504; see Library Bills (1886), no. 80.

SHELFMARK: Auct. 7Q 6.74.

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