27 - 28 June 2006
[PSALTER]. Psalterium Chorale. -- [Bound with:] Hymni fractrum Minorum S. Francisci. Venice: Heirs of Peter Liechtenstein, 1585.
2o (412 x 277 mm). Printed in red and black (some marginal worming, light browning and staining). 17TH CENTURY TOOLED SPANISH LEATHER, such as was used for walls and furniture, central large mythological figure with stylised wings and twisted legs and a complicated design of parallel curved and straight lines, small squares and discs, fixed with a metallic film and glue, painted in reddish gilt, blue and black, two pieces of leather sown together along spine (some rubbing and light wear).
BM/STC Italian p. 99.
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