De mundi et sphaerae ac utriusque partium declaratione. Cum planetis et variis signis historiatis. (Venice: Melchiorre Sessa and Pietro Ravani, 24 March 1517)
4to (209 x 144mm.), woodcut illustration of an eastern astronomer on title-page, woodcut initials and illustrations, woodcut printer's device beneath colophon, with final blank leaf, modern half red morocco, title-page lightly foxed
The woodcuts were based on those in Sessa's 1502 edition.
Edit16 23026; Sander 3478
Thoma Landrani, early inscription at head of title-page; Walter Ashburner (1864-1936), inscription at foot of title-page dated Florence, 1921 and his armorial stamp at end