22 - 23 March 2005
BEUERBERG, Augustine Cloister Library -- Paul HUPFAUER (1747-1808). Druckstücke aus dem XV. Jahrhunderte, welche sich in der Bibliothek des regulirten Chorstiftes Beuerberg befinden. Augsburg: Conrad Heinrich Stage, 1794.
8o (202 x 128 mm). 23 woodcut illustrations. Contemporary green wrappers.
An annotated bibliography of 434 incunabula in the Augustine cloister Beuerberg, by Paul Hupfauer, compiled nine years before the secularization of that library. Hupfauer, honorary professor and Head librarian at the University in Munich was also member of the state commission that oversaw the collection of books and manuscripts from the dissolved cloisters, for the National and Royal Library in Munich.
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