London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
JOHANNES GALLENSIS (fl.1283). Summa collationum, sive Communiloquium. Venice: Georgius Arrivabenus, 30 July 1496.
Chancery 8° (132 x 92mm). Gothic and Roman type, full-page woodcut printer's device at end, initial spaces, some with guide-letter. (Light marginal dampstaining and light spotting.) 17th-century vellum over wooden boards, remains of grey paint on spine, blue edges, 2 clasps. Provenance: Uldaricus Hannberg (near-contemporary inscription) -- Georgius Fiselius (gift inscription) -- Osterhofen, Franciscan convent, abbot Michael (inscription dated 1677) -- Balthasar Grimm 1842 (inscription).
H *7446; BMC V, 386; Goff J-333.
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