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16 February 2001
BERNARDUS CLARAVELLENSIS. Opuscula, edited by Theophilus Brixianus - THEOPHILUS BRIXIANUS. Carmen de vita S. Bernardi, Venice: Simon Bevilaqua, 17 October 1495. 8° (141 x 95mm), 342 leaves only (of 346, lacking x2.7 and 4.5, but with x1, 3, and 6 in duplicate), Roman and Gothic type, printed in double column, headline, guide-letters (first and final quires lightly browned, small marginal hole in A2), 20th-century vellum by Maltby, flat spine, maroon leather spine labels, red edges, modern archival box. Provenance: Bologna, monastery of St. Paul (17th-century title inscription), bookplate (4). Fourth edition. BMC V, 520; GW 3908; Goff B365, HC *2922.
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