112
112
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
OPERA RHETORICA, ORATORIA, & FORENSIA [EDITED BY JODOCUS BADIUS ASCENSIUS]; ORATIONES. (PARIS): JEAN PETIT AND JODOCUS BADIUS ASCENSIUS, (15 MAY 1527)
Estimation
2 0003 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT
112
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
OPERA RHETORICA, ORATORIA, & FORENSIA [EDITED BY JODOCUS BADIUS ASCENSIUS]; ORATIONES. (PARIS): JEAN PETIT AND JODOCUS BADIUS ASCENSIUS, (15 MAY 1527)
Estimation
2 0003 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Cicero, Marcus Tullius
OPERA RHETORICA, ORATORIA, & FORENSIA [EDITED BY JODOCUS BADIUS ASCENSIUS]; ORATIONES. (PARIS): JEAN PETIT AND JODOCUS BADIUS ASCENSIUS, (15 MAY 1527)
2 parts in one volume, folio (339 x 226mm.), title printed in red and black within a woodcut border, woodcut printer's device on title-page, criblé woodcut initials, a few early annotations, contemporary German stamped calf over wooden boards with owl and double-headed eagle stamps (Wedinghausen, Westphalia, EBDB w000295), metal shoes, two clasps, manuscript pastedowns (from a legal text, probably France, late thirteenth century), lacking both straps, binding slightly rubbed, lacking 2 shoes
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Provenance

"P. Tengnagel και των φιλων", late sixteenth-century inscription on flyleaf, i.e. Philipp Tengnagel, jurist in Speyer, his library (and his brother Gregor's) acquired by the Fürstenbergs of Donaueschingen; ES (Egon-Saal, Donaueschingen), purple ink stamp at end

Bibliographie

BP16 105347 & 105348; Renouard, Badius Ascensius II 298 & 308

Description

A LARGE CRISP COPY in a contemporary German binding; the Premonstratensian monastery at Wedinghausen plausibly had its own bindery. This volume contains two of the four parts of the complete works of Cicero issued by Ascensius in 1527-1528.

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