London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
ALCHABITIUS (d.867). Libellus Isagogicus. Translated by Joannes Hispalensis. - JOHANNES DE SAXONIA. In Alchabitium, corrected by Bartholomeus de Alten. Venice: Erhard Ratoldt, 1485.
Super-chancery 4° (182 x 137mm). Roman and gothic types. 3 woodcut diagrams and tables, woodcut white-vine initials. (Lacking leaf aa5, stained.) Modern half calf, earlier red edges.
Third edition. H *617; BMC V, 290; GW 844; Goff A-363.
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