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Gregorius I
A VOLUME OF 5 TRACTS MOSTLY PRINTED BY MICHAEL FURTER IN BASEL, COMPRISING:
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64
Gregorius I
A VOLUME OF 5 TRACTS MOSTLY PRINTED BY MICHAEL FURTER IN BASEL, COMPRISING:
Estimate
4,0006,000
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Gregorius I
A VOLUME OF 5 TRACTS MOSTLY PRINTED BY MICHAEL FURTER IN BASEL, COMPRISING:
Homiliae super Ezechielem. [Basel: Michael Furter], 1496, 102 leaves, A–Q8.4 R6, double column, 47 lines plus headline, gothic type, 4- to 9-line initial spaces [Goff G425; HC 7946; BMC iii 784; BSB-Ink G-313; Bod-inc G-216; GW 11427]

Dialogorum libri quattuor. Basel: Michael Furter, 1496, 58 leaves, a8 b–g8.4 h8 i6, double column, 47 lines plus headline, gothic type, 3- to 6-line initial spaces [Goff G407; HC 7966; BMC iii 784; BSB-Ink G-300; Bod-inc G-200; GW 11403]

Pastorale, sive Regula pastoralis. Basel: [Michael Furter], 15 February 1496, 42 leaves, A–F8.4 G6, double column, 47 lines plus headline, gothic type, 3- to 7-line initial spaces [Goff G441; H 7988; BMC iii 783; BSB-Ink G-328; Bod-inc G-228; GW 11447]

Commentum super Cantica canticorum. Basel: [Michael Furter], 13 March 1496, 22 leaves, a8 b-c4 d6, double column, 47 lines plus headline, gothic type, 3- to 7-line initial spaces [Goff G395; HC 7938; BMC iii 783; BSB-Ink G-307; Bod-inc G-207; GW 11415]

Homiliae super Evangeliis. Venice: Peregrinus de Pasqualibus, Bononiensis, 14 March 1493, 110 leaves, [✽2] aa–nn8 oo4, [Goff G421; HC(Add) 7951; BMC v 392; BSB-Ink G-311; Bod-inc G-212; GW 11422]

5 works in one volume, 4to (217 x 155mm.), contemporary German blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards by Johannes Rucker (Kyriss 62; active in southern Germany, c. 1477-1513), 2 clasps, paper lettering-piece on spine, modern folding box, some worming throughout (affecting text at end), lacking both catches, binding slightly wormed and rubbed


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Provenance

Tachov (western Bohemia), convent of Reformed Franciscans of Mary Magdalene and Elizabeth, inscriptions on first title-page and A2

Catalogue Note

The four tracts printed by Furter are often found bound together and were presumably offered for sale as a group as well as separately.

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