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Hymni de tempore et de sanctis
DEVENTER: RICHARD PAFRAET, [C. 1486], 36 LEAVES, A8 B-C6 D-E8, FIRST SECTION WITH DOUBLE COLUMNS, 25 LINES, GOTHIC LETTER, 2- AND 3-LINE INITIAL SPACES, FIRST LEAF SLIGHTLY SOILED, FIRST TWO LEAVES NEATLY REPAIRED IN GUTTER
Schätzung
10.00015.000
ZU LOS SPRINGEN
76
Hymni de tempore et de sanctis
DEVENTER: RICHARD PAFRAET, [C. 1486], 36 LEAVES, A8 B-C6 D-E8, FIRST SECTION WITH DOUBLE COLUMNS, 25 LINES, GOTHIC LETTER, 2- AND 3-LINE INITIAL SPACES, FIRST LEAF SLIGHTLY SOILED, FIRST TWO LEAVES NEATLY REPAIRED IN GUTTER
Schätzung
10.00015.000
ZU LOS SPRINGEN

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Hymni de tempore et de sanctis
DEVENTER: RICHARD PAFRAET, [C. 1486], 36 LEAVES, A8 B-C6 D-E8, FIRST SECTION WITH DOUBLE COLUMNS, 25 LINES, GOTHIC LETTER, 2- AND 3-LINE INITIAL SPACES, FIRST LEAF SLIGHTLY SOILED, FIRST TWO LEAVES NEATLY REPAIRED IN GUTTER
Sequentiarius totius anni. [Cologne: Conrad Winters de Homborch, c. 1480], 40 leaves, 1-58(one leaf signed b1), gothic letter, 17 lines, 2-and 3-line initial spaces

2 works in one volume, Chancery 4to (203 x 142mm.), nineteenth-century marbled boards with modern calf spine and corners


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Provenienz

Bernardus Adelman of Adelmannsfelden (Baden-Württemberg), early inscription on first title-page; Dr Georg Kloss (1787-1854), his notes from Panzer on inside front cover though without his usual booklabel, and not found in his 1835 sale catalogue; Law Society, armorial bookplate

Literatur

1st work: Campbell 1012a; ILC 260; BMC ix 64; GW n0454; 2nd work: GW M4164710

Katalognotizen

The first work is rare - it is recorded in just five copies, two of which are imperfect. Pafraet also printed an edition dated 10 November 1489 which survives in only two copies.

This is the only recorded copy of the second work. Many editions were published around this time in the Low Countries and northern Germany, all of which survive in just one or two copies.

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