London, South Kensington
18 November 2003
ALBERTUS MAGNUS (1193-1280, formerly attributed to). Mariale. Corrected by Augustinus de Papia. Milan: Ulderich Scinzenzeler, for Aloysius de Serazionibus, 17 April 1488.
Super-chancery 4° (196 x 143mm). Gothic type. Some initials supplied in later ink. (A little staining in first 3 quires.) 19th-century pastepaper boards backed with 15th-century ms. in vellum, red speckled edges. Provenance: Joannes Antonius de ?Spislatis April 1543 (inscription) -- Trivulzio, unidentified college (17th-century inscription) -- Varallo seminary (19th-century inscription).
HC(+Add) *464; BMC VI, 763; GW 682; Goff A-275.
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