London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
CATHARINA SENENSIS (1347-1380). Libro della divina dottrina, in Latin: Liber divinae doctrinae. Translated by Raimundus de Vineis. -Orationes Selectae. Edited by Marcus Civilis Brixianus. Brescia: Bernardinus de Misintis, 15 April, 1496.
Chancery 8° (150 x 102mm). Gothic type, initial spaces, some with guide-letter. (Title mounted, leaves remargined, marginal repairs at beginning and end, single wormhole in last quire, some staining.) Modern marbled paper boards, red edges. Provenance: stamp washed from title and second leaf.
FIRST EDITION OF THE LATIN TRANSLATION. With variant on fo.2r as GW. HC *4693; BMC VII, 990; GW 6226; Goff C-285.
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