London, South Kensington
2 June 2008
PICO DELLA MIRANDOLA, Giovanni (1463-1494). [Opera], edited by Giovanni Francesco della Mirandola. Bologna: Benedictus Hectoris, 1496-95. 2 volumes in one (307 x 205mm). 319 leaves (of 320, lacks the final blank in vol.II), 40 lines, roman and a little greek letter, woodcut device at the end of each volume, 2 errata leaves at end of volume II, woodcut astrological chart in part 2 (a little worming at end affects text slightly, title of vol.I a little dustsoiled, a little light spotting). Modern half vellum. Provenance: the Jesuits at Rome (stamps and label on title). FIRST EDITION. HC (Add) 12992*; BMC VI, 843; Klebs 764.1; Goff P-632.
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