London, South Kensington
2 June 2008
THE PROPERTY OF A RELIGIOUS INSTITUTION
SOLD TO BENEFIT THE CHARITABLE WORK OF THE SOCIETY OF THE COMPANY OF JESUS
ALEXANDER Carpentarius. Destructorium vitiorum. Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 20 September 1496. 2° (294 x 208mm). 272 leaves, 62 lines and headline, double columns, gothic letter (a little browning, a few wormholes at end affect text slightly, most margins lightly foxed). Old vellum (new endpapers). Provenance: the Jesuits at Rome (stamps on title, label on front cover). HC 652*; BMC II, 443; GW 867; Goff A-393.
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