101
101
Bonaventura
OPUSCULA. STRASSBURG: [PRINTER OF THE 1483 JORDANUS DE QUEDLINBURG (GEORG HUSNER)], 1495
Estimate
4,0006,000
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101
Bonaventura
OPUSCULA. STRASSBURG: [PRINTER OF THE 1483 JORDANUS DE QUEDLINBURG (GEORG HUSNER)], 1495
Estimate
4,0006,000
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OPUSCULA. STRASSBURG: [PRINTER OF THE 1483 JORDANUS DE QUEDLINBURG (GEORG HUSNER)], 1495
2 volumes, Chancery folio (283 x 196mm.), Part I: 380 leaves, [*8] 2-46 a b8 c–f6.8 g h6 i–y8.6 z8 A–M6.8 N–Q6 R–Y8.6 Z8 AA6 BB8 CC DD6 EE8; part II: 370 leaves, 2A8 B C6 aa bb8 cc–qq6.8 rr–tt6 vv–zz8.6 2AA–QQ8.6 RR SS6 TT–YY8.6 ZZ8 Aaa–Eee6, double column, 52 lines plus headline and foliations "I-CCCLV" (I, fos a1-EE7), and "I-CCCXLIX" (II, fos 2A1-EEE6), gothic type, initial spaces, 4 woodcut illustrations, a few contemporary marginal notes, cancellation of lines of text, and nota signs (including maniculae) in brown ink throughout, contemporary blind-stamped Italian sheep over wooden boards, paper labels on spines, two clasps, bindings worn and repaired, lacking all straps
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Provenance

possibly the Franciscan Capuchins of the convent of Santa Margherita in Cortona, their late fifteenth-century inscriptions on title: "Iste liber fuit est et erit ad usum fratris Alexandri de Cortona [?]" (fols [*1r], 2A1r); "Iste liber pertinet ad locum sancte Margheritae de Cortona [--] / [--] fratris [Alexandri] [--]" (fos EE8v, EEE6v)

Literature

ISTC ib00928000

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