London, South Kensington
9 July 2002
BERNARDUS Claravallensis. Opuscula, [edited by Philotheus Brixianus], Venice: Simon Bevilaqua, 127 October 1495. 8° (149 x 120mm.). 346 leaves, 40 lines and headline, double column, roman and gothic letter. (Small wormhole in the text in the first 9 leaves, a few light stains). 19th-century vellum. Provenance: Biblioteca Sant'Anna, Bologna (2 library stamps on title), 17th-century inscriptions on A2 and A3 from Brothers Raymond, Convent of St. Stephen, and Convent of St. Christopher, Bergamo. HC 2922*; GW 3908; BMC V, 520; Goff B-365.
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