London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
PETRARCA, Francesco (1304-74). Bucolicum carmen. Commentary by Benevenuto Imolensis. [Venice: Simon Bevilaqua, c.1503.]
Chancery 2° (297 x 204mm). Roman type, text with commentary surround, initials and paragraph marks in red or blue, pages ruled in red. (A few very minor stains.) Modern flexible boards.
Fifth separate edition, possibly printed about 1503 when this version also formed part of Bevilaqua's edition of Petrarch's works. HCR 12829; IGI IV, p.243 ; Goff P-370.
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