London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
EUSEBIUS Caesariensis (-). De evangelica preparatione. Translated by Georgius Trapezuntius. Edited by Hieronymus Bononius. Venice: [Bartholomaeus de Zanis], 10 November 1500.
Super-chancery 2° (272 x 195mm). Roman type, woodcut historiated initials, occasional rubrication. (Without final blank, hinges strengthened in first and last quire, small wormholes affecting a few letters.) 19th-century pastepaper boards (paper tear at spine). Provenance: some contemporary annotations (trimmed) -- F. Popper (title inscription).
H *6707; BMC V, 435; GW 9445; Goff E-123.
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