London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
DURANTI, Guillelmus (1237-1296). Rationale divinorum officiorum. Edited by Joannes Aloisius Turcanus. [Treviso: Michele Manzolo], 1479.
Chancery 2° (289 x 199mm). Gothic type, initial spaces, some with guide-letter, quire catchwords. (A little worming in the first quire, light spotting, minor marginal repairs in 2 leaves, last quire lightly browned.) Modern red-brown calf tooled in blind to a gothic design (lightly rubbed at edges). Provenance: a few contemporary annotations -- Bologna, Libreria Fonini (stamp).
H *6481; BMC VI, 887; GW 9119; Goff D-419.
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