London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
DURANTI, Guillelmus (1237-1296). Rationale divinorum officiorum. Strassburg: [Printer of 1483 Jordanus de Quedlinburg (Georg Husner)], 13 July 1486.
Chancery 2° (282 x 195mm). Gothic type, initials in red or blue, 2 with contrasting penwork, rubricated. (Blank last leaf partially detached, a few marginal tears, occasional stain or light spotting.) 19th-century sprinkled sheep, title in gilt on citron and green leather spine labels (a little worn, one corner torn). Provenance: early inscriptions on title -- N.J. Bartlett, May 4 1908 (purchase note in pencil) -- New York, Manhattan College, Paolino Cerli Collection (bookplate).
HC *6492; BMC I, 134; GW 9132; Goff D-430.
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