London, South Kensington
12 November 2007
BARLETTA, Gabriel (d. after 1480). Sermones. Lyon: Etienne Gueynard, 3 December 1507. 2 parts in one volume, 8° (167 x 115mm). Title printed in red and black, double columms (a little, mainly marginal, worming at beginning, small wormhole affecting one letter of text in over half of book, stronger in last few leaves, last few leaves faintly waterstained, lower corner of L4 in pt.II repaired, burn hole in L6 causing loss of one or 2 works of a few lines). Modern old-style calf, sides elaborately stamped in blind, arms of the Duke of Arenberg on sides, small paper label on spine. Not in Adams.
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