London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
BOETHIUS, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus (c.480-c.525). De consolatione philosophiae, with commentary ascribed in the text to Thomas Aquinas. - Compendiosa consolationis resumptio. Cologne: Heinrich Quentell, 2 September 1500.
Chancery half-sheet 4° (204 x 134mm). F2.3 misbound before E. (Title lightly soiled, some light dampstaining and spotting, last leaf trimmed and mounted.) 19th-century English blind-tooled calf (some rubbing at spine). Provenance: Ernest Drallius of Lunaburg (early title inscription) -- Edward Rowland Pickering (armorial bookplate) -- Phyllis Pickering Harpenden (ink inscription).
H *3396; GW 4568; Goff B-807.
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