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Caesar, Gaius Julius
COMMENTARII. VENICE: NICOLAUS JENSON, 1471
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Caesar, Gaius Julius
COMMENTARII. VENICE: NICOLAUS JENSON, 1471
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Caesar, Gaius Julius
COMMENTARII. VENICE: NICOLAUS JENSON, 1471
Median folio (330 x 222mm.), 145 leaves (of 148), [a-b10 c-e8 f-i10 k-m8 n10 o8 p10 q12], 39 lines, roman type, 6-line initials in red, early annotations (washed), eighteenth-century Harleian-style red morocco gilt by Christopher Chapman, spine gilt in compartments, gilt edges, lacking [q]1 and both blank leaves, first half of book stained at upper corner, binding somewhat worn, joints cracked, edge of upper cover slightly defective
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來源

[Matthias Röver (philologist, 1719-1803), sale, Bibliotheca Roveriana, Leiden, Haak, 1806, bought by]; Carel Gerard Hultman (1752-1820), sale, H. Palier and sons, 's Hertogenbosch, 9 July 1821, lot 70, with sale bookplate and his bibliographical notes in French on flyleaf; Count Jan Pieter van Suchtelen (1751-1836), armorial bookplate, his library bought by; the Royal Library of St Petersburg, ink stamp on first 2 leaves, and printed shelf label on inside front cover, sale of the Tsarkoe Selo library, Gilhofer & Ranschberg, Luzern, June 1933, lot 311 [unsold; obtained by Jean Bannier, Paris, sold to]; Eduardo J. Bullrich, morocco booklabel, and his typed note in French attached to flyleaf, sale, Sotheby's, 17 March 1952, lot 97, £52, to; W.A. Foyle, morocco booklabel, sale, Christie's, 11 July 2000, lot 144

出版

Goff C17; H 4213; BMC v 169; Bod-inc C-005; GW 5864

相關資料

A very well-travelled book with extensive provenance. This is the second edition of Caesar, after the editio princeps printed by Sweynheym and Pannartz in 1469, edited by Joannes Andreae. Jenson's editor has not been identified.

中世紀與文藝復興時期手稿及歐陸與俄羅斯古籍

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