London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
AEGIDIUS Columna Romanus (1-1316). De regimine principum. Edited by Oliverius Servius. Venice: Simon Bevilaqua, 9 July 1498.
Super-chancery 2° (301 x 209mm). Roman type, woodcut initial, initials in red over guide-letter, catchwords. (Light marginal dampstaining, corner repair in last two leaves.) Contemporary German blindtooled half-calf over wooden boards (stamps not in Schunke Schwenke-Sammlung or Kyriss), vellum ms. fragments pastedowns, modern black morocco-backed case, title in gilt (lacking two clasps, a little worn, lower board partly renewed). Provenance: [?Munich] 'Duplum' (in pencil).
H *109; BMC V 523; GW 7219; Goff A-89.
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