London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
Epistola de miseria curatorum. [Leipzig: Konrad Kachelofen, c.1489.]
Chancery 4° (200 x 140mm). Gothic type, full-page woodcut on title depicting the town priest of the epistola and the devils that will visit him, with the date 1489. (One neat marginal repair, small marginal stab hole.) Modern boards covered with fragment of a printed leaf from De civitate dei.
One of four editions printed by Kachelofen in 1489. GW 9344; Davies, Murray German, 470; Goff E-51 (2 copies only).
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