London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
BARTHOLOMAEUS DE CHAIMIS (d.1496). Confessionale. Augsburg: Erhard Ratdolt, 1491.
Chancery 4° (202 x 147mm). Gothic type, woodcut initials, bearer type on title, printer's device printed in red and black at end. (Some small wormholes mostly at beginning and end.) Contemporary blind-tooled calf-backed wooden boards (some loss at spine, without single clasp); folding box. Provenance: Regensburg, Episcopal library (book label).
H *2489; BMC II, 385; GW 6551; Goff B-164.
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