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18 November 2003
CICERO, Marcus Tullius (attributed to). Rhetorica ad Herennium, commentary by Hieronymus Capidurus. -De inventione, commentary by C. Marius Victorinus. Venice: Guilelmus Anima Mea, Tridinensis, 1 September 1490.
Super-chancery 2° (305 x 210mm). Greek and Roman types, text with commentary surround, woodcut initials from several sets, woodcut printer's device at end. (A few sheets browned, a few minor wormholes, lightly washed.) Early wooden boards rebacked in modern blindstamped calf, remains of early title label on front cover.
First edition with these commentaries. HC *5081; BMC V, 412; GW 6729; Goff C-682.
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